Tips and Tactics

Party Item Scope Cover

Party Item Scope Cover

By John P. Mason

When hunting season winds down, I get busy cleaning my gear, packing up my camouflage and giving my hunting vehicle a wash after months in the mud. One of the most important things I do is clean, oil and store all my firearms for storage until next hunting season. If you are like most hunters, several of your guns are topped with scopes. And if you...

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Recent Tips and Tactics

Add Rocks to Your Bag of Tricks
Add Rocks to Your Bag of Tricks

By Kevin Snyder

I’m an avid bowhunter and have traveled all over North America on hunting trips. I’d like to share one of my tricks with Buckmasters fans. It’s helped me take game on many occasions. Even though rocks add a little bit extra weight to my gear, I always carry... READ MORE


Use Your Hunting Skills for Fishing
Use Your Hunting Skills for Fishing

By Tim H. Martin

Because so many Buckmasters fans love fishing, and because it’s summertime, I thought I’d share a philosophy on angling you might not have considered. Angling is a form of hunting, especially if you are fishing from the bank. My grandfather taught me this way of ... READ MORE


Pre-seasoned Venison Trick
Pre-seasoned Venison Trick

By J. R. Reisinger

I really enjoyed the venison tip and memories in Harley Trumbo’s “A Venison vs. Deer Meat Story.” The funny stories about how his father field dressed, handled and cooked their venison brought back memories of my own father. Dad did many of the same things ... READ MORE


Second Chance Deer Mounts
Second Chance Deer Mounts

By Dale Rehm

Mounting a deer can be pretty expensive these days, and sometimes we shoot a buck that’s decent, but doesn’t quite have what it takes to spend the money for a taxidermy bill. So, what do we do? Nearly always, we boil the skull, or maybe spend a little money to ha... READ MORE


Blood Trailing: Beware the Double-back!
Blood Trailing: Beware the Double-back!

By Jeff Gardner

After 36 years of bowhunting and following blood trails, you’d think I’d seen everything. But during Oklahoma’s 2017 archery season, I learned a new lesson I’d like to share with Buckmasters fans. I’d settled into my ladder stand around noon on ... READ MORE


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