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Melissa Bachman

Wishes and More Dream Hunt


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As a hunter, a big part of the enjoyment comes not just from the hunt itself, but the experiences we have in the outdoors with friends and family. It’s about being close with nature, putting down your cell phone, and just enjoying some of the little things that our busy everyday lives cause us to […]

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shed hunting
Melissa Bachman

Tis’ the Season to Shed Hunt


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Depending on where you live, shed hunting may be in prime time right now…however as I write this blog from the Minnesota tundra, I’m lucky to find my truck with all the snow, much less a set of shed antlers!  If you’re a little further south and the snow is minimal, shed hunting can be […]

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predator hunting
Melissa Bachman

Predator Hunting Gear and Tips


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Growing up in central Minnesota, hunting fox and coyotes during the winter was a common occurrence in our family. My dad would take my brother and me out hunting with him throughout the winter months. Our legs were too short to keep up, so he would pull us in a sled behind him as he […]

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coyote hunting
Live the Legend

Varmint Calibers


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Wintertime is the time for predator hunters looking to cash in on quality pelts. As more sportsmen take to the snowy woods and plains with firearms rather than traps, there is often a lot of debate over which calibers are best for the plentiful canines. For newcomers—and there a lot of them as predator hunting […]

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shed hunting
Grant Woods

Finding Sheds 2014


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I’ve shared about shed hunting during the past two entries for this blog. During those two weeks the weather has been abnormally cold and many areas have received lots of snow. There’s no doubt that deer throughout most of the whitetail’s range are under tremendous stress. Deer will have trouble maintaining their body heat and […]

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shed hunting
Grant Woods

Second Season Shed Hunting Part II


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Last week I shared why and when bucks shed their antlers. This week I wish to share where my family and I have the most success finding sheds. As I explained last week, antlers are not knocked off. Rather they shed due to a rapid decrease in testosterone levels.  So the old theory of finding […]

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coyote hunting
Live the Legend

Late Season Predators & Dressing Like An Onion


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While deer hunter numbers remain the highest of all with over 10 million strong, participation numbers of hunting ‘other’ species is on a sharp incline. The ‘other’ in this statement includes wild turkey, wild boar, and coyote hunting. These ‘other’ species enable many deer hunters to hunt for longer periods of the calendar year. Coyote […]

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rabbit hunting
Live the Legend

Winter Time Small Game


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Grab a gun – be it small caliber rimfire or .410 or 20 gauge – and hit the woods for some fast-paced squirrel and rabbit action this winter. Both are fun to hunt with family or friends, and make for great table fare. Be it with dogs or just on foot, small game hunting is a blast. “If you […]

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