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August 2013

walking to deer stand
Grant Woods

Approaching the Food Plot


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For many hunters, tagging a mature buck is the result of coincidence. For others it is lots of steps performed correctly. So – what are those steps? In this blog I’ll share the steps I practice and follow that have allowed me to tag a mature buck year after year rather than occasionally happening to […]

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Weighing hunting gear
Melissa Bachman

Tips for Traveling with Your Hunting Gear


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As many of us begin preparing for fall hunting trips, unavoidably there may be airline travel in your near future. If so, there are a few things you can do to help make things easier when traveling with your firearm and hunting gear. When it comes to air travel, you will need a good and […]

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Winchester Ballistics Calculator
Live the Legend

Winchester’s Cool Digital Tools


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Winchester has always delivered dependable, accurate and cutting edge products to shooters around the globe. As a result, it has become a favorite and trusted brand to millions of consumers. It’s a relationship Winchester values and continues to develop, but in this modern age, relationships have taken on new ways of taking place. Key among […]

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Food plot
Grant Woods

How to Plant Killing Food Plots


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Last week I described a killing plot – a source of lush forage that is attractive to bucks located in an area bucks don’t associate with fear. Remember – fear or avoiding danger is the strongest motivation for mature bucks. Creating a food source in an area bucks don’t associate with danger combines the attractive […]

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Trail Camera Looking Down
Melissa Bachman

Trail Cameras as Scouting Tools


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Scouting can be one of the most powerful tools in your arsenal as a whitetail hunter – especially during early season. Many bucks will continue with their summer feeding patterns, however unless you’re available to watch the fields and spend hours scouting, it can still be difficult to figure out the exact trails they’re using. […]

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Kim Rhode
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Bust More Clays – Tips from a 5-Time Olympic Medalist, Kim Rhode


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Some people can lay claim to competing among the best, Kim Rhode has the hardware to prove she is the best. The only person in any sport to ever medal in five consecutive Olympic games, Rhode set another record shooting at the London Olympics in 2012 crushing 99 out of 100 clays during the competition. […]

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Hidey Hole
Grant Woods

Hidey Hole Food Plots


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I really enjoy planting food plots and watching them grow.  However, truth be told, I plant food plots to help me see and kill deer.  I really enjoy watching deer, learning about deer, and eating deer.   For food plots to be successful, they need to be designed with a mission or missions in mind. On […]

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Spraying clothes for ticks
Melissa Bachman

Staying Tick Free


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As hunters, we’re all out in the field during various times of the year, but unfortunately most of us have encountered our fair share of ticks. Not only are they a pain in the butt, but the diseases they carry can be downright nasty! Interestingly, the lone star tick that has white spot on the […]

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