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September 2015

Melissa Bachman

The Importance Of Range Time


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I generally like to use the summer months to sight in my guns and get all my hunting gear in order so everything is set for the day season opens. One of the most important things I do is spend a significant amount of time at the rifle raange to ensure that I have an […]

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Outdoor Television At Its Finest – Winchester Style


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It was little more than 20 years ago that outdoor television programming was largely relegated to a handful of local stations with no national presence short of the long-running and once popular American Sportsman program, which aired on ABC from 1965 to 1986. The programs were often pinched into early Saturday morning time slots or Sunday afternoons. […]

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Grant Woods

Grunting – Sweet Music To A Deer Hunter’s Ear


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Grunt calls can be a tremendous tool! They will work throughout most of the deer season, but they may work best during mid to late October throughout most of the whitetail’s range. Buck grunts communicate to other bucks in the area there is a receptive doe close by. During this time of year most bucks’ […]

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Melissa Bachman

Film Your Own Hunt – In Heart Pounding Fashion


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With more and more people getting into filming their own hunts, it is truly amazing how far the small camera has advanced. We all like to get video of the animals when we are hunting. If you get as excited as I do, it’s pretty fun to see your reaction as well. I like to […]

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A New Winchester Rifle – Check It Out


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Winchester ammo and Winchester Repeating Arms are two of the most iconic product lines in all of shooting sports. Coinciding with the introduction of Winchester’s Deer Season XP line of ammunition, Winchester Repeating Arms debuted a new rifle, one that select members of the outdoor media first got to try last season. One of those writers, David […]

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Grant Woods

Uh Oh – Predator Survey


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There’s been much press about the number of deer decreasing throughout the whitetail’s range. These reports are certainly accurate in some areas. Declines in deer populations have been caused by outbreaks of E.H.D. (Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease) and predators. There’s no known prevention or cure for E.H.D. However, excessive predators can be removed and a proper […]

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Melissa Bachman

How To Have a Amore Successful Early Season Antelope Hunt


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Over the years I’ve become very fond of doing early season antelope hunts out west. The weather is usually hot, and often times the long days are spent in a blind sweating it out hoping for a thirsty goat to come on through. Although, some people may think that when an antelope comes to water […]

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An Explanation Of The Difference Between A Spring And Fall Brown Bear Hunt.


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It is like the question of the chicken and the egg: is spring or fall hunting for brown bears best? I have to admit I don’t know which is best, but I know they are two completely different hunts. Both can be incredible, and both can be miserable. Let’s look at each, – you decide […]

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