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Trouble on the Tundra
The morning at our Farnie Lake caribou outpost had started out normal enough. But as I shoved the bullets into my buddy Harold Pirsig's .30-06, a scene from the movie "The Ghost and the Darkness" flashed through my mind. The mental blur dealt with...

Rock Climber's Tips for Hunters - Part II
Last week, I shared a tree-climbing tip I learned from my days of training as a rock climber. This tip dealt with the standard rock climber’s rule of always keeping handholds above your head at ALL times during a climb.

Breakfast with Whitetails
One of the benefits of being an outdoors writer is the bonus of hunting and wildlife photography – deer in particular – as part of the job. Most of my whitetail encounters are made from fall into spring, which is why I decided to have breakfast wi...

Kill 'Em All
Left unchecked, weeds can choke out your food plot and waste a lot of effort and time. You can get rid of them, but it takes more of that effort/time combination.

Care and Cleaning of Binos
A hunting binocular is a bit like a hunting dog. You have to take care of it to get top performance. Fortunately, binos are more easily trained in basic obedience like sit and stay. Lay one on a stump, and it’ll stay there through rain, snow, cold...

2015 Kawasaki Mule Pro-FXT
The all-new “King of Mules” is the 2015 Kawasaki MULE PRO-FXT. This highly capable unit mixes SxS versatility with class-leading torque, making it the fastest and most powerful MULE ever.

More Than They Bargained For
Eric Arnette sat on the Alaskan tundra in a nerve-wracking bubble of fog, staring for an hour and a half at the spot where he'd last seen his guide, who had disappeared into an alder thicket in pursuit of the huge, possibly-wounded, possibly-dead ...

Rock Climber's Tips for Hunters - Part I
Back in my younger days, during the off-season from chasing whitetails, I spent some time scaling rock walls, mountain climbing and rappelling off mountainsides for fun.

Tricks of the Trade
There’s nothing magical about being a successful whitetail bowhunter. Like everything else in life, there is no shortcut to success. The individual who applies himself will be the most successful. Learning the tricks of the trade is a process that...

We're Having Triplets!
It’s pretty common to see a doe with two fawns, but how often do they have triplets, and can you predict what sex they’ll be?

Yamaha Raises $15,000 for Charities
Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A., is donating $15,000 to two of the company’s charitable organization partners: Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) and Feed the Children (FTC).

Let Your Subconscious Be Your Guide
You look up to see a pheasant coming. In a flash, it’s going to cross right in front of you. Are you going to take that second to think about swing, angles and lead, or are you going to just shoot? “Shotgun shooting is all about disengaging the c...

How to Survive a Venomous Snake Bite
Snakes may be the most misunderstood wildlife, no matter what part of the country you call home.  A high percentage of people are both fascinated by and fearful of snakes. While not all snakes are venomous, you should take caution when outsi...

Pittsburg Eaglets Ready To Fly
During the third week in June, the oldest of three new bald eagles should fledge—fly from the nest—nearly 12 weeks after the first egg hatched. As summer settles in, leaf growth surrounds the 6 to 8 foot wide nest. A bird’s-eye view into the nest’s a...

Summer Grillmasters!
Now that summer has officially arrived, many of our Buckmasters members are firing up the grills and using up what remains of last season’s venison tenderloins.

No Sandbags Required
I am very fortunate in that my wife and I own our own real estate business, which means I get to spend a lot of time deer hunting. My wife says she doesn't get to spend any time with me from November to mid-January. It helps, too, that we special...

King of the Hill
Last September, my wife changed my computer screensaver to read, “Tim, you are awesome and I hope you score big on your hunt this year! Love you, SK.” So when the alarm buzzed at 4:30 a.m. on the cool, crisp morning of Oct. 28, 2005, I was confide...

When In Rome
If you try to manage deer on a lease, sooner or later you’ll run across a slightly abnormal whitetail. What should you do?

One for the Can
-- Three generations of my family hunt on my father’s farm — my father, myself and my son. Until Ohio’s 2013-14 deer season arrived, none of us were aware of the huge, 196 1/8 inch buck with the 25 1/2-inch spread that my father would take before ...

Are You Using Too Much Scope?
Winter was setting in along the Utah-Colorado border. It was two days before Thanksgiving, and I was slogging slowly through a foot of snow blanketing the Dolores Triangle. I’d drawn a late-season permit for the area. Hunting had been spotty here ...
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