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First Look: Flextone Thunder Chick Breeder Decoy

The new Thunder Chick Breeder, from Flextone, features blow-molding for an appearance that is true-to-life in size and posture to that of a breeding hen.

How to Find the Right Gundog Breeder

While most breeders of sporting dogs are in it for the right reasons—namely to benefit their chosen breeds—anytime an endeavor involves the exchange of money, not everyone will operate above board. So, here’s how to find and vet potential breeders to ensure your goals and expectations align with their puppy program.

NRA Show Offering Hunting-Dog Training Seminars

NRA members who want some help training their new Lab or pointer won't want to miss the standing-room-only dog-training sessions during the NRA show.

Why Do Mallards Nest in Town?

What would drive a duck to nest in the middle of a town? Kyle Wintersteen explains.

How to Train Your Dog to Blood-Trail Deer

There are breeds that specialize in just about every task, but almost any dog can learn to blood-trail wounded game.

South African Blog Post Urges Nation’s Hunting Community to Put Its Best Foot Forward Through Social Media

A member of the South African hunting community issues a wake-up call explaining the way to beat the antis at their own social media game is to take control--and take advantage--of today's online social media tools.

Gundogs: Puppy Primer

Take these pieces of puppy-parenting advice, and you'll be well on your way to raising a dog worthy of praise.

Know-How: Pup Prep

New pups don’t become good hunting dogs overnight. You have to set up yourself and your puppy for success, and it starts with the right mind-set and gear.

Know-How: Dinky Dogs Hunt

Small dogs take up less space. They are easier to house, easier to haul in cars and planes, easier to control, cheaper to maintain and easier to conceal when the neighbors complain about high-pitched barking. A small dog can squeeze into an apartment, a kid’s bedroom, the backseat floor of a subcompact car or a large coat pocket. But can they hunt?

5 Must-Attend Seminars at NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits

If you’ve been to NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits before, you know how much information is packed into a single presentation—let alone an entire weekend’s worth of them. There is a wealth of information to be garnered at this year’s conference, for hunters old and new. But with so many opportunities and so little time, how do you decide which seminars to attend? We’ll make it easy: Here are five you can’t afford to miss.

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