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Grant Woods

Scouting The Rain


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The forecast includes a good chance of rain. Some of my buddies are excited to scout based on the assumption that the rain will wash away their scent and bucks will never know they were in the area. This might be true if my buddies don’t begin scouting until its raining and deer don’t see […]

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Melissa Bachman

4 Tips When Early Season Elk Are Silent


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There’s not much more fun than hunting bulls during the rut. But let’s face it, they’re not always screaming, and when bulls are quiet it can make hunting much more difficult and even seem impossible at times. Elk season opens the first of Sept in Colorado and more times than not, bulls are silent during […]

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Live the Legend

Hunting Coyotes Can Improve Your Whitetail Herd


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Chomping at the bit to take rifle in hand and hit the woods this fall, but deer seasons are still a month or more away? There’s a great way to tune-up both your marksmanship skills and your hunting prowess, and even benefit the overall health of the local deer herd, each time you hit the […]

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Melissa Bachman

Winchester’s new AA TrAAcker load


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As a young girl growing up in Central Minnesota, most of my time in the fall was spent hunting public ground for duck, pheasants, and deer. My love for hunting hasn’t changed one bit. However, these days I spend more time hunting big game than ducks or pheasants and, unfortunately, I have fallen out of […]

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DIY Hunts – Plan Your Own Big Game Adventure


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This week the Winchester blog offers a guest post from renowned hunter and outdoor television host, Bob Foulkrod, who having traveled the world in search of some of the most prized big game trophies, knows a thing or two about planning your own adventure. One of my most recent hunting adventures was a do-it-yourself river […]

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Melissa Bachman

Hearing Protection Advancements


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Many people do not know or realize that all it could take is one gunshot to permanently damage their hearing for the rest of their life. This is something very serious that is often overlooked, especially in the field. Not only would hearing loss be a huge detriment as a hunter, but also no one […]

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Get Your Deer Fix


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The midday sun may still be beating down in all its summer ferocity, but with the first cooler air of evening it’s a good bet at this time of year, thoughts of deer hunting and the excitement that comes with approaching season are creeping into the hunter’s mind. Hunters around the country are now focusing […]

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Melissa Bachman

Predator Calls For Bear


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When preparing for your fall season, have you ever thought about throwing a predator call in your backpack for your next bear hunt? Growing up in central Minnesota, calling coyotes was a major part of my hunting in the winter months. However, I’ve now been calling black bear in close for several years and truly […]

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