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Getting Tricky For Ducks


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Duck season is in full swing across the country, and as the birds travel down the flyways, they have seen and heard a lot of hunters working their calls and throwing shots skyward. To fool them into your setup, you’ll need to stay sharp in your decoy presentations, in your calling and in any trick […]

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Melissa Bachman

What Kids Can Learn From Hunting


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Taking your kids and irstamily hunting makes the entire experience more enjoyable. What better way to spend your favorite past time than with your own family and friends! Although hunting may be fun there are actually a ton of benefits to taking your kids hunting that you many never thought of. Being a kid who […]

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Open Ground Muiles – An American Legend


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There is nothing like a dark antlered Rocky Mountain mule deer emerging from the timber on a snowy morning to get a hunter excited, but quite honestly over the past decade or so, some of the best mule deer hunting in North America has been found in more open or prairie type regions. Alberta and […]

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Melissa Bachman

Essential Gear For Tree Stand Sitting


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  Ammo/Gun- When it comes to hunting the rut, there are a few states that allow gun hunting and one of them happens to be my home state of Minnesota. If you’re lucky enough to hunt deer during the rut one of the most important choices you can make is your choice in ammo and […]

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The Often Overlooked Elk Season


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When elk hunting is mentioned, most hunters envision golden aspen leaves gently blowing in the September wind, cool mountain mornings and the haunting sound of bull elk bugling as they round up harems of cows during the breeding season. That is certainly a great time to hunt elk, but in most states, those early seasons […]

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Melissa Bachman

Melissa’s Yukon Installment III – The Hunt Comes To A Close


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After battling sub zero temps, high winds, rough water and tough hunting conditions, my Yukon moose hunt had come to an end without filling any tags. It surely wasn’t for lack of effort, but that’s the way it works sometimes. Many people get the illusion that everything always works out perfectly when you’re hunting – […]

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Getting Up Close And Personal With Mule Deer


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So there I was standing with my rifle on a set of shooting sticks in the middle of a patch of cholla cactus with my friend and outfitter Hunter Ross a couple of steps behind me. We were in Sonora Mexico hunting desert mule deer, and Hunter had been telling me about his unorthodox mule […]

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Melissa Bachman

Installment II – Hunting The Yukon


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There are certain views that are truly priceless to wake up to; every morning in the Yukon had one of these views. As we were floating down the river we would find a good area of visibility to hunt for moose, setup camp and hunt in that vicinity for a few days. The river was […]

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