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December 2017

Nikki Boxler

New Year – a New You – Here is a Simple and Effective Way to Begin


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  Progression 1: Machine Assisted Pull-Ups  I find machine-assisted pull-ups beneficial if you’re new to pull-ups and need to start building a strength base. If done properly, I think machine assisted pull-ups are a better option than the lat pull-down for introducing and learning proper pull-up form. Begin by selecting a weight that will ensure […]

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Scott Leysath

Easy-to-Make (Left-Overs) Goodies for New Year’s Day


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Anything marinated and wrapped with jalapeno, cheese and bacon is going to be the first to go at the party. And, really, what’s not to like? Best of all, you can put anything inside and it’ll pretty much taste the same. You know those snow geese your friends say they don’t like? Well, I once […]

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Live the Legend

Quick-Hitting Tips for Late Season Waterfowl


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Dial Down the Calling—Ducks have heard everything by this point of the season and will be suspect of excessively loud or aggressive calling. Call only when they are coming or when they are leaving and stay quiet as they circle checking out the source of the calling. Choke Up—Go to a tight patterning full choke […]

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Melissa Bachman

Winchester Deadly Passion Season 6 Highlights by Melissa Bachman


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We flew out together, spent the week hunting, and on the last day she made a great shot on the biggest buck we had seen all week! She hadn’t been hunting in years, and to spend that time together was truly priceless. The best part is we filmed the entire hunt so others could watch […]

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Nikki Boxler

Sometimes Your Best Hunt is Near Your Backyard


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New York bow season came with unseasonably warm temperatures which made it feel more like summer than fall. Thankfully the temperatures began to cool the second week of November and the rut was kicking in. I began getting pictures of bucks moving during daylight hours and was able to get a video of my buck […]

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Scott Leysath

Bird Leg Stew – Surprisingly Good!


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As with just about any critter, some body parts are more tender and others more tough. But they’re all good, I mean really good, when cooked properly. If you cut up a couple of pheasants and stick the parts in a slow-cooker with some vegetables and a can of cream of mushroom soup, you’ll eventually […]

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Live the Legend

Some Tips on Choosing the Best Varmint Caliber


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For most hunters, they begin predator hunting with whatever rifle they may already have. Certainly, most calibers suited to deer-sized game will easily take down a coyote or similar creature. But often, it may also be overkill and certainly not offer the best performance. So, it isn’t long before they start looking for a better […]

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