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November 2013

Waterfowl hunting
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The Blind Side Advantage – Get ready for Waterfowl


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Waterfowlers looking for that edge this season that will put more birds in their brace will find that advantage with Winchester’s Blind Side shotshells. Since Winchester introduced these loads several years ago they have become a favorite in blinds, and among the flooded timber. But what makes these “Stacked. Fast. Deadly.” loads so lethal on […]

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Buck chasing doe
Grant Woods

Timing of the Rut


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I’ve heard many theories about what determines the timing of the rut. Most of these theories are based on assumptions that whitetail breeding is triggered by a specific phase or characteristic of the moon’s orbit. However, the “timing of whitetail breeding is related to a phase of the moon” theory was brutally murdered by a […]

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Cold Weather Hunting
Melissa Bachman

Staying Warm Late Season


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Growing up in Minnesota, I’m no stranger to cold weather. However, it will never keep me from going out hunting. I have learned a few easy tricks to help you stay warm. Here are my top 5 ways to stay warm in the field… 1.Neck Gator – There are a couple things you will always […]

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Myth Busters: The Wasted Energy Myth


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A lot of talk is spent among hunters regarding the benefits of bullets that don’t pass all the way through game so that bullet energy isn’t wasted, and game is killed more efficiently. But in challenging that theory, outdoor writer Ron Spomer poses the question: How dead is dead enough? Common thought has it that […]

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buck chasing doe
Grant Woods

The Rut


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Just the mention of November causes excitement throughout most of the whitetail’s range! This is probably because the peak of the whitetail’s rut occurs in November where most folks hunt deer. Hunting during the rut can be extremely exciting! This is a time when hunters are likely to see bucks chasing does, bucks fighting, and/or […]

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