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Summer Scouting to Prepare for Muley Mojo

Mule deer bucks you scout in the summer heat may disperse miles as the mercury...

Tune Your Shooting with Summer Varmints

A summer varmint shoot may be just the ticket to not only help farmers and...

Summer Chore List for Fall Whitetail Preparedness

If you want your neck of the woods to be ready for deer hunting this...

Turkey Tactics: Calling the Same Ground Again and Again

Not all of us have the luxury of multiple hunting spots to choose from. If...

Know-How: Be Bossy With The Boss Hen

Logic dictates we play the tom to kill him. However, riling up the dominant hen...

Predator Hunting: How to Deal with Multiple Coyotes

One coyote can be hard enough to fool, but add two or more and your...

Join the Hunt: 5 Ways to Help Your Hunting Heritage

Supporting the next generation of hunters is crucial to our sport. Along with taking a...

Change the Rules for Coyotes

By this time of year, coyotes have seen it all and heard it all. The...

Jump Into Predator Hunting Without Breaking The Bank

If you’re new to predator hunting, you should know you don’t have to spend a...

How to Hunt Coyotes Without Calls

Don’t quit the hunt when coyotes get call-shy. Instead, use these methods to find out...

Trail Camera Tricks for Predator Scouting

Think your trail cameras have no use after big-game season? Think again. Try these tactics...

Deer Hunting: Win the Lockdown Battle

Here are three ways to ensure you don’t get locked out when bucks and does...

Heat-Wave Strategies for Pre-Rut Bucks

Pre-rut whitetails can be as fickle as the early-fall weather. When your hot spots are...

The Ins and Outs of Public-Land Hunting

For new hunters looking to venture out, public land may be the only option. And...

How to Drive Pheasants Where You Want Them to Go

You can nudge pheasants into directions benefiting you and your hunting partners by devising a...

Elk Hunting: The Mental Game

You can shoot a can off a post at 400 yards, you hike 5 miles...

Know-How: Set Your Watch For Nonstop Pronghorn Action

Pronghorn can be hunted from dawn till dusk. But it helps to know their schedule...

How to Control Scent in Elk Country

These tips, as simple as they may seem, will help you minimize your scent signature...

Field to Table: How to Care for Game Meat

When you eat what you kill, it’s your job to ensure your prime cuts stay...

Join the Hunt: Save Money, Eat Game

It’s true out-of-state tags aren’t a cost-effective way to fill the freezer, but there are...
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