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Melissa Bachman

10 Spot and Stalk Tactics Sure to up Your Game


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Spot & stalk hunting for mule deer can be super-rewarding, but also incredibly frustrating! Some days it feels like every decision made is wrong, yet one must adapt and learn from mistakes.  Many of these tips can be used for any type of spot & stalk hunting, but I find them especially effective on mule […]

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Fall Turkey Hunting – Tips & Tactics


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Although turkey hunting today is most associated with the warmer weather of spring, sportsmen who count themselves among this select group, have the added benefit of pursuing their game in the fall as well. In fact, more than 40 states permit some sort of either sex turkey hunting in the fall and winter providing abundant […]

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Melissa Bachman

Hunting – Make it a Family and Friend Affair


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With fall drawing near, many states offer incredible youth hunting opportunities. If you’re a hunter I hope each and every person will consider taking a kid out hunting at some point this fall.  The tags are generally cheap, the hunt will be an experience, and the memories are sure to last a lifetime.  This is […]

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Fall Turkey Hunting – How to Locate Birds


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One of the best things about hunting wild turkeys, except for the fact that it’s a heck of a lot of fun, is that in most states, you can also hunt them two different times of the year. Where deer, waterfowl and many other large beasts such as elk and pronghorn can only be hunted […]

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Melissa Bachman

Poison Ivy Prevention – Avoid the Scratch Scratch


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When you’re out spot and stalk hunting there are always obstacles along the way.  The weather, terrain, animals, and yes even the vegetation. On my recent mule deer trip to the Nebraska Sand Hills we ran into more poison ivy than I’ve ever seen.  The ivy literally covered the ground in some locations for as […]

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A Great Way to Sharpen Skills for the Coming Season – Squirrels


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Hunting seasons are opening around the country and while the bulk of whitetail firearms seasons are still better than a month away, hunters shouldn’t wait until the last minute to sharpen up their marksmanship skills. But while trigger sessions at the range are a fine way to make sure your big game gun’s scope is […]

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Melissa Bachman

How to Hunt in High Winds


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With hunting season upon us, there is no doubt that you will probably be faced with hunting in high winds at some point this season.  We all know that game is often spooky in high winds and many people think it’s the end of a good hunt when the winds pick up.  This can be […]

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Dove Season is Here: Let Your Fall Season Take Wing!


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Few hunting traditions are as rich as the opening day dove shoot. In the South, it can be a badge of local honor to be invited to a top-notch shoot. In many places, hunters plant fields of sunflower, millet and corn and can charge up to a $100 a day or more for hunters to […]

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