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Clean your rifle, even if it is brand new
Most deer hunters know how important it is to thoroughly clean their guns following rough weather, multiple shots, or at the end of the season.

All Fogged Up
These past few years I have learned from experience that wearing a neck scarf, gator, or face guard over my mouth can save your hunt.

Hunting Season over in your state?
Just because your state's hunting season has ended doesn't mean you should head for the recliner. Late winter is one of the very best times of the year to scout and unlock the mysteries of your hunting land.

New Year's Deer
Hunters who live in states with whitetail seasons extending into January are fortunate. Deer are very easy to pattern this time of year. Their regular food supplies are scarce or gone, and they key in on food plots of winter wheat, ryegrass, clove...

Are You Guilty of Plan-itis?
I had the pleasure of bowhunting with Buckmasters field editor Bob Humphrey in Illinois this past fall. I've hunted with Bob several times in the past, and he's one of those guys who gets it done. In other words, if he gets an opportunity, he makes...

Steady Your Shot With A Rope
See that small opening about 90 yards in front of you?" the young guide asked. "Keep an eye on it because deer like to cross there, and sooner or later, one will show up."

Identical Release Aids
I love bowhunting and have complete faith in my equipment, but the bottom line is there are a lot of things that go wrong.

Observing the Habits of Others
In northern Minnesota there are vast areas of boreal forests, but many of the productive areas are often on the fringes of these big woods. Our deer adapt well to transition areas (agriculture to woods) and these areas have an abundant number of h...
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