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Know How: Why Motion Kills

Know How: Why Motion Kills

Waterfowlers love wind. Because birds typically land into it, wind helps to channel ducks and...
Gardening for Wildlife and Preparedness

Gardening for Wildlife and Preparedness

Preppers work to preserve the knowledge and skills needed to survive and prosper, no matter...
How to Fight Decoy Frost

How to Fight Decoy Frost

When temperatures fall, the water in the air has a nasty habit of forming a...
How to Call a Mule Deer

How to Call a Mule Deer

Mule deer and whitetails share a way with words. If you need to persuade a...
How to Take Better Trophy Shots

How to Take Better Trophy Shots

With our annual “Members’ Best” photo contest gearing up, we thought we’d give you a...
No Wind? No Problem

No Wind? No Problem

No hunter relies on good wind quite like the waterfowler. So what do you do...
Know How: Carry These No-Fail Fire-Starters

Know How: Carry These No-Fail Fire-Starters

The last thing you need is another writer telling you that dryer lint with a...
How to Read Mirage to Estimate Wind Speed

How to Read Mirage to Estimate Wind Speed

No wind estimation method is better than using mirage. Let John Antanies explain.
Know How: Be a Deadly Shot

Know How: Be a Deadly Shot

There are great archers, and then there are deadly ones. Great shots might stack a...
Know How: Red or White?

Know How: Red or White?

In much of the eastern U.S., acorns are at the top of a deer’s menu...
How to Choose a Riflescope

How to Choose a Riflescope

Here's a little sage advice to think over before choosing your next optic.
How to Choose the Perfect Crossbow

How to Choose the Perfect Crossbow

Here’s what you need to know to make an informed crossbow purchase.
How to Make Summer Pay Off During Deer Season

How to Make Summer Pay Off During Deer Season

Dreaming of the deer woods is all we are left to do for the summer....
How to Remain a Happily Married Hunter

How to Remain a Happily Married Hunter

Even though hunters are the marrying type, they often spar with their spouses each autumn...
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