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Angry Birds Can Help You Get Deer
Many common North American birds are quick to scold humans when we cross into their territory. In the wild, they just as apt to sound off at animals that venture too close, including white-tailed deer, alerting you to their presence.

Give Rain the Boot
Last spring Missouri's turkey season was an unusually wet one. Two days in particular, it poured heavily all day. I am a bit of a diehard turkey hunter, so I stayed out in the downpour.

One Handed Fog-lifter
Even though I live in the Deep South where it’s often too warm for gloves during rifle season, I wear a lightweight cotton glove on my right hand (because I’m right handed) no matter how hot it is when I go hunting.

Safety Harness Deer Drag
Have you ever shot a deer that took off running and died in a place so inaccessible you couldn’t even get to it with an ATV?

Reflective Tape Tricks
Here is a great tip for still hunters and hunters who use treestands. This simple trick will allow you to easily see which way the wind is blowing and, for only about five dollars.

Sneaky Quadruped Trick
This tip might sound outlandish, but as someone who prefers to hunt on the move rather than sitting and waiting, I’ve learned a unique way to sneak up on white-tailed deer.

Misery and Mind Games
Through my experiences in sports and hunting, I’ve learned successful people are those who remain clear-headed, calm and patient under pressure. I’ve also noticed they remember to enjoy each and every moment God gives us, no matter the circumstanc...

Slingshot Scent Mortars
For years I’ve tried to weigh the risk of putting out my favorite scents versus the risk of adding my human scent around the area I’m about to hunt.
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