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September 2015

Melissa Bachman

The Importance Of Range Time


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First, remember to think about temperature. One day I sighted in my guns at my parents house and it was close to 100-degrees. Not only does this make for a hot day, but your barrels get very hot and your gun may shoot different when you head up to the mountains in 20-degree weather. I’m […]

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Outdoor Television At Its Finest – Winchester Style


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Then came along the likes of the Outdoor Channel, the Sportsman Channel, the Pursuit Channel, the former Nashville Network (TNN, remember that one?) and others such as NBC Sports and even ESPN for awhile. Today, sportsmen have a wealth of programming at their fingertips to entertain them and help them learn new tactics or see […]

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Grant Woods

Grunting – Sweet Music To A Deer Hunter’s Ear by Grant Woods


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If hunters can avoid alerting the bucks, grunting can be a fabulous tool during mid to late October! I always have and use a grunt call during this time of year! Growing Deer together, Grant

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Melissa Bachman

Film Your Own Hunt – In Heart Pounding Fashion by Melissa Bachman


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This way, when you’re filming you can actually get a readout of exactly what your heart rate was doing at that time! I know there are times I feel like my heart is beating out of my chest, and now you can capture the moment right in the moment and include your heart rate as […]

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A New Winchester Rifle – Check It Out


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Winchester has long had a reputation for building rifles that were accurate, reliable and handsome, legendary examples of the gunmaker’s art that have been passed down through generations with simple, iconic names like the 1873 and, the rifleman’s rifle, the Model 70®. With the introduction of their newest rifle—the XPR™—Winchester continues that tradition of building accurate, […]

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Grant Woods

Uh Oh – Predator Survey


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First, is there more quality forage than deer where you hunt? If there is then the deer herd could be allowed to expand. If the local harvest by hunters isn’t significant enough to keep the deer population from increasing and there’s plenty of quality forage then predators may be limiting the fawn and/or adult deer […]

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Melissa Bachman

How To Have a Amore Successful Early Season Antelope Hunt


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Old Tires= Broadside Shot. Antelope are naturally wary when coming to water because predators often attack at this vulnerable time. Needless to say, they are very skeptical before coming in. They also have a habit of coming in at the furthest point away from your blind often giving you only a frontal shot. We’d all like […]

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


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  One thing these hunts have in common is you will do a lot of glassing, and likely you will not see high numbers of bears. If you are there fairly early, you will likely see more boars as they tend to come out of the dens first. The best thing about spring hunts (again […]

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