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February 2015

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Grant Woods

Baiting Coyotes


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Deer season is closed in most states and its prime time to coyote hunt! Coyote hunting is fun and can be a great deer and turkey management tool if predators are putting too much pressure on prey species where you hunt. Coyotes often have large home ranges. They can and often will respond to calls […]

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Melissa Bachman

2 Unique Ways to Process Your Venison You May Not Thought Of


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As an avid deer hunter, it’s no surprise that over the years my family and I have come up with some really great ways to cook and process venison. We have lots of hamburger, steaks, chops, roasts, etc. in the freezer, but my two favorite ways are a little less traditional. We always make a […]

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Live the Legend

Coyotes – Get After ‘Em!


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One of the fastest growing hunting sports in the US is coyote hunting. The main reason for this is that coyotes have expanded their range and numbers to the largest levels in modern times, if not ever, so they are more available to hunt for more people. One of the best things about coyote hunting […]

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To a Shed Hunting Ethic


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In a slightly-more-perfect world, I would not have to blog about this topic. But we’re stuck in the place we live, and I have to be honest; the behavior that some people exhibit in their zeal to find shed antlers is shocking. One of my dear friends—a passionate deer hunter and owner of 300 acres […]

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Melissa Bachman

Getting Women Involved in Hunting


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Coming from a woman who absolutely loves to hunt, I think one of the top questions I’m asked is how on earth do I get my girlfriend or wife into hunting? It’s a great question and there are many different approaches one can take. However, I believe there are some very key points to keep […]

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Project Childsafe


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Recreational shooting is great fun. But gun ownership also carries with it many responsibilities, key among them, keeping people safe when around firearms and keeping guns out of the wrong hands—particularly out of the hands of young children. In an effort to better educate the public about safe, responsible firearms ownership, the National Shooting Sports […]

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What it All Boils Down to – Meat in the Freezer


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Like most deer hunters, I get a lot of questions from the non-hunting public—and sometimes even those who hunt—about why I spend the better part of the fall chasing whitetails. Deer hunting is a deep and intense experience for me, and defining it can sometimes be difficult, if not maddening. But just a few days […]

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Melissa Bachman

Family Predator Hunting Traditions


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For as long as I can remember, my dad has been a predator-hunting fanatic. He would rather go after coyotes than a big buck, and that’s a fact. We were introduced to predator hunting at a very young age because my dad took care of us all winter since he was laid off from his […]

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