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Nikki Boxler

GOING IN BLIND – HOW TO BEST SET AND PREPARE A BLIND FOR DEER SEASON


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Have you ever been so close to a deer or turkey that you could reach out and touch them while out hunting? I have had serval of these experiences when hunting from blinds, there is nothing quite like being “one with nature” and seeing animals up close and personal in their natural habitat! Hunting blinds […]

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Ron Spomer

HOW TO TAKE AND MAKE ODD SHOOTING ANGLE SHOTS


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If you’re angling for the solution to that perennial uphill/downhill shooting dilemma, keep reading. We have a simple solution. Most hunters understand that steep shooting angles alter where bullets strike. If your rig is zeroed at 200 yards on the level and your target stands 200 yards up a steep mountain slope, your bullet will […]

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Scott Leysath

MIXED BAG STEW POT FOR FALL


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2007 marked the 400th Anniversary of the first English-speaking settlement in the New World. I know…it seems like only yesterday. Back then, I was invited by National Geographic and Virginia Tourism to Jamestown to see what I could do with some of the cooking ingredients that were on hand 400 years ago. My utensils included […]

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Live the Legend

5 TIPS FOR HUNTING THE RUT


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The air is turning crisp, leaves are falling and deer movement is picking up. This is the time of year most hunters live for and with white-tailed deer hunting still the king of all hunting in North America, that makes the whitetail rut one of the most anticipated times of the year. Don’t miss out […]

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Melissa Bachman

BLIND SIDE – WATERFOWLER’S FAVORITE AMMUNITION


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When it comes to choosing ammunition, Winchester has made it a snap for everyone. They are constantly innovating and finding ways to make each and every hunter as successful as possible in the field. Take Winchester Blind Side for example. The amount of time, energy and innovation that has been put behind ways to make […]

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Nikki Boxler

TIPS TO PREPARE YOUR DOG FOR A LONG WATERFOWL SEASON


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Day in and day out many of us have hunting season on our minds while we spend time preparing for whatever our future hunts may have in store. This same mentality should also be used for man’s best friend who also needs the proper preparation for peak performance once hunting season arrives. Being new to […]

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Scott Leysath

THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY TO SLICE


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For some, the tough meat solution is as simple as learning how to slice it both before and after it’s cooked. For those folks who insist on cooking their game meats until they are grey, tough and chewy…well, keep the Crock Pot on the counter and use it often. How you slice any hunk of […]

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Ron Spomer

LIGHT BULLET VERSUS HEAVY BULLET: WHICH TO CHOOSE


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Selecting hunting bullets is something like ordering restaurant meals: do you want the heavy meal or “lite”? Heavy bullets have been trusted for hundreds of years for obvious reasons: dropping a bowling ball on your foot hurts a lot more than a golf ball! Ah, but whack that golf ball with a 100-miles-per-hour club swing […]

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