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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.

Rake Path of Least Resistance
After reading the February 11, 2014, Tip of the Week, "Rake Away Crunchables," I thought of a similar tactic I've used for many years to help put whitetails in front of me. I use a rake to create a path for the deer in strategic areas around and le...

No. 1 Tip for No. 2
Although we don't often see the subject of going to the bathroom in the woods as a topic for hunting magazines, TV shows or websites, it's still an issue every hunter must face from time to time.

Choose Kids' Mentors Wisely!
My tip is for hunters to surround themselves with good people. Choose friends who challenge you to be an ethical hunter, a better sportsman, as well as people who give back to hunting so our great sport will be there for future generations.

Old Timer's Bag o' Tricks
If you are like me, you enjoy saving and eating the heart and liver from your deer. The problem is getting these tasty parts out of the woods without losing them or making a mess.
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