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Outdoor Journals Soothe March Madness
In Robert Ruark's beloved outdoor classic, The Old Man and the Boy, he describes March as 'a fine month for remembering.' With the 2011 deer season gone and 2012's so far away, March is the perfect time to reflect on the highs and lows of the past...

To Feed or Not to Feed?
It's been a mild winter throughout much of the East and Midwest, but that doesn't mean whitetails are free and clear when it comes to nutrition.

Finding my tree stand in the dark
Like most hunters, I want to minimize the light I use when entering the woods in the dark. A couple of years ago I purchased those thumbtacks with the reflective tips.

The Best Caliber
This is a time of year when many gun hunters are looking back on the season and thinking about the “what ifs.” “What if I had gone to stand A instead of stand B?” “What if I had taken the shot sooner?”

End of the Season Teardown
Save your tree stands and the tree in which it lives. Safety in the woods using lock-on stands is paramount. At the end of the season if you are leaving your lock-on platform attached in the tree along with your climbing sticks, make sure and loos...

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.
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