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August 2014

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Melissa Bachman

Hearing Protection Advancements


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Many people do not know or realize that all it could take is one gunshot to permanently damage their hearing for the rest of their life. This is something very serious that is often overlooked, especially in the field. Not only would hearing loss be a huge detriment as a hunter, but also no one […]

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Choose The Best Gun For A Young Hunter


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Choose the Best Gun for a Young Hunter Hunting seasons are fast approaching, hunter education courses are full and soon there will be a new crop of young hunters taking to the field with their fathers, mothers, grandparents and mentors. But as a parent or grandparent looking to share their love of hunting and shooting […]

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Grant Woods

Equipment To Create Small Food Plots


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Today we started preparing a small food plot. We didn’t use a dozer, track hoe, or even tractor. We started by using our lawnmower. The area was waist tall in various weeds, grasses, and a few small saplings. It was a thick mess. There was no way practical way to get seed to the soil […]

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Melissa Bachman

Keeping Your Gun Dry In The Elements


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As a hunter who finds myself out in the rain, snow, wind, and wide variety of elements, I am always looking for the best gear on the market to keep me warm and dry. Over the years I’ve accumulated some amazing products for myself, but recently ran across one to help protect my gun in […]

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Get Your Deer Fix


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The midday sun may still be beating down in all its summer ferocity, but with the first cooler air of evening it’s a good bet at this time of year, thoughts of deer hunting and the excitement that comes with approaching season are creeping into the hunter’s mind. Hunters around the country are now focusing […]

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Grant Woods

When Do Antlers Stop Growing?


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This time of year I receive a lot of questions about when antlers stop growing. Folks are eagerly checking their trail cameras. They want to know if the bucks will keep adding inches until the velvet is shed or if the rack is as big as it will get. Like humans, bucks are all unique […]

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Melissa Bachman

Predator Calls For Bear


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When preparing for your fall season, have you ever thought about throwing a predator call in your backpack for your next bear hunt? Growing up in central Minnesota, calling coyotes was a major part of my hunting in the winter months. However, I’ve now been calling black bear in close for several years and truly […]

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Winchester Rooster Dream Hunt Sweepstakes


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Apply Now For 2014 Winchester Rooster Dream Hunt Fast-flying pheasants. Sky-busting chukar partridge. Easy to miss bobwhite quail. All this and arguably one of the finest lodges in North America await the winner of the 2014 Winchester Rooster Dream Hunt. Go online today to Winchester.com and fill out an application to win. The drawing will be held […]

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