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Hunting’s Greatest Threats

While some hunting threats are old battles that have raged for decades, others might surprise and even provoke you.

When and What Deer Scent to Use

The most effective scent strategies are also among the most simple to execute. You just need a system.

4 Tips for Early-Season Squirrel Hunting

Don’t wait until after big-game seasons for that low-pressure squirrel hunt. Go now while there are still plenty running around the trees.

Hunting the Rut: A 7-Day Guide

To get the most out of the rut: Spend your time where the does concentrate, hunt from the outside in and save the high-risk high-reward stands for the last two days.

Full Moon: Good or Bad?

Are you the kind of buck hunter who believes that the full moon absolutely destroys your chances of shooting a good deer?

5 Fall Turkey Hunting Tips

Fall birds got you baffled? Try these five strategies for fail-safe success in the autumn turkey woods.

Michael Waddell’s Rut Time Strategies

It may be the easiest time of the year to take a big buck, but let’s face it, you can still screw it up. Here’s how Michael Waddell approaches the rut.

Should You Move Your Stand?

During the whitetail rut there are two schools of thought when it comes to hanging stands.

Late-Season Waterfowl: The Final Countdown

As the last days of the season approach, now is the time to use every trick and strategy you know to make the best of remaining hours afield.

Coyote Mating Season Mayhem

A bitter conflict in the coyote community is escalating. From mid-January to mid-March, depending on where you live, coyotes are locked in a territorial battle for the right to breed. Mating season mayhem is upon us.

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