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Sometimes it's the bow.
When I first started working for Buckmasters in 1997, it didn't take long to realize I was going to learn a lot from the people around me. One of the first really great tips I picked up was from former Buckmasters editor Russell Thornberry.

Chicken & Buttermilk Dunklins
Seems like most chicken and dumpling recipes are too thin and soupy for my taste. And they leave guests fighting for their fair share of dumplings. Not my recipe! When proportioning it out, I accounted for those common shortcomings and created the be...

Ripleys' Believe-It-Or-Not Buck
The first of two scheduled bowhunts at Camp Ripley, Minn., last season could be described as organized chaos. Yet South Haven archer Scott O’Konek isn’t complaining. The vast 53,000-acre military reservation about 90 miles northwest of Minneapoli...

A Buck for Grandpa
The 1976 Virginia firearms season was soon to open and, for the first time, Grandpa wasn’t going hunting with us. He was dying of black lung disease. Grandpa had worked in the coal mines for years, but now they were working on him. Grandpa had be...

How Long Have I Got?
All the talk about whitetail age classes begs the question: What’s a normal life span for a deer?

Turkey for Two
-- I love it when a plan ... falls apart. It just makes it that much sweeter when you make a new plan, get busted twice and still manage to bloody up the tailgate. As planned, we started the morning on the ground in front of a long narrow food pl...

Five Favorites for Deer
Shivering in the pre-dawn darkness, I burrowed even deeper into my down jacket. Opening morning of Utah’s mule deer season meant snow and near-zero temperatures. The crackling stars began to fade as the sky took on an orange tinge. Aspen trees gra...

Cheap Camo Face Paint
I'm a frugal guy and will find ways to cut corners any way I can when it comes to hunting supplies. One great tip I'd like to share is that makeup is makeup, whether it's marketed as camouflage face paint for hunters or as standard women's facial mak...

Missouri spring turkey harvest
From Missouri Department of Conservation -- Missouri’s 2014 turkey harvest reflects favorable weather and improved turkey production as hunters posted the third spring turkey harvest increase in a row, bettering last year’s number by more than 1,...

To Live and Breathe Big Bucks
The 2009 season was my second back in the saddle following an eight-year hiatus from bowhunting. Not only was I eager to make up for lost time, but I was also determined to take my game to the next level. My biggest priority was to acquire hunting...

Evesdropper
The rusted barbed-wire fence was as good a stopping point as any, and it was closer than the road. I dragged the buck right up to the bottom strand, let go of it and leaned my bow against an adolescent oak. In one burst of uncharacteristic effort,...

What's a Noob To Do?
A majority of us were taught how to hunt when we were little, but what if you didn’t come from a hunting family?

Gamo Outdoor USA
The leading manufacturer of high quality air guns, optics and laser designators, is pleased to announce the release of the new and powerful break barrel pistol, the P-900 IGT™ air pistol, both perfect for target practice and varmint control.

Mathews Monster Chill Series
Mathews® Archery, Inc. is excited to announce a line extension to the Monster® Chill Series. Two new bows – a Hybrid 3D Target/Hunting Bow, as well as a short-draw bow for women archers. Both of these models will be available at Authorized Mathews...

A Prayer Answered
-- The Missouri archery deer season began like many others. I had seen several deer, but the best part was just spending quality time outdoors. Things took an interesting turn at the end of September when my daughter Allison asked me to take her b...

The Versatile Scope System
Hunters are rather like bears. There are the polar bear types who specialize in a steady diet of one thing. For the bears, it’s seal. For the hunters, it may be whitetails in heavy woods or across open fields, for which one scope at one magnificat...

Dealing with Anti-Hunters
The restoration of the wild turkey due to sound management practices is a wildlife success story. Let anti-hunters know about this, and other positives about our lifestyle.

He Who Walks Behind the Rows
In Nov. 5, 2009, Ohio archer Rod Stumbo stalked his way into the BTR record book by successfully putting the sneak on a giant irregular whitetail. Call it what you will, fate or divine intervention, but after making the 10-mile drive to his huntin...

Maine's 2013 deer harvest up 15%
From Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife -- Hunters during the 2013 deer season killed 24,795 deer, an increase of 15 percent over the 2012 harvest of 21,552 deer.

Just Do It
For far too long, we’ve listened to our guys plan all the exciting adventures and book all the hunts. We go — often with their friends or work buddies — because we want to hunt, too. But how many ladies have ever considered turning the tables to p...
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