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How to Make a Turkey Food Plot

Food plots aren’t just for deer, which means they certainly aren’t just for fall hunting seasons. You can make them work for you in spring to keep turkeys in your ZIP code if you keep in mind a few factors.

5 Ways to Get More Out of Your Shed Antler Hunting

While searching for a big buck’s discarded headgear this spring, you can accomplish other missions in your deer-hunting woods. Shed hunts can also be used for trail-cam updates, treestand maintenance, herd and habitat inventory and even a “bedroom check” of the deer population’s most tight-knit haunts.

Top 8 New Hunting Guns Under $800

You don’t need to break the bank to own a great rifle or shotgun. Here are eight new firearms you can add to your collection for less than $800.

Journal This Year: How to Record Recent Adventures and Plan Upcoming Ones

Keeping a handwritten journal and reading through old field notes is a great way to preserve hunting memories and helps in planning exciting future adventures. Here are a few ideas and inspiration for creating your own.

How to Field Judge a Mule Deer in 30 Seconds

How do you determine whether the buck you’re looking at is good, great or a monster? Here are a few tricks you can use to quickly and confidently judge a mule deer’s real proportions.

How to Prep for Elk Hunting: Physical Fitness, Mental Toughness, Shooting Skills and Shot Placement

Elk hunting is physically and mentally challenging, but you can minimize these challenges by being fully prepared. Here’s a comprehensive guide to becoming confident in your elk-hunting abilities.

Summer Chore List for Fall Whitetail Preparedness

If you want your neck of the woods to be ready for deer hunting this fall, start taking care of these essential chores now.

In Search of The Lonesome Whistle

Prairie Wildlife, a 6,500-acre property in West Point, Miss., is an epicenter of habitat and species management focused on the return of the bobwhite quail.

Head to Head: 6.5 Weatherby RPM vs. 6.5 PRC

The 6.5mm craze shows no signs of slowing down; in fact, it’s looking to be the bore diameter of the 21st century. Which of these two new cartridges is the better choice for the hunter? Contributor Philip Massaro examines the pros and cons of each.

Tested: Modern Reloading Powders for the .30-30 Win.

Handloading for Grandpa's old .30-30 can greatly improve it's effective range. Here's why it's worthwhile, and how to go about it.

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