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Last-Minute Plays for Late-Season Bucks

It’s the bottom of the ninth, you’re down by one and you’ve got runners on base. Step up to the late-season plate with these tactics in hand to give yourself a fighting chance at bringing home a buck.

Quick Tips for Last-Minute Whitetails

The rut may be over, but your season doesn’t have to be. If you’re still looking to fill a tag before the bell tolls, these tips can help.

5 Worst Places to Deer Hunt in the Late Season

Want to come away with a buzzer-beater buck? Here are five things to not do, along with alternative choices to go with instead.

First Look: ArcticShield Realtree EDGE Classic Elite Gloves

Hands in need of a discreet warmup? Check out the Classic Elite Gloves from ArcticShield, decked out in Realtree EDGE.

First Look: Black Gate R2K Scouting Camera

Looking to upgrade one or more of your game cameras? Look no further than the R2K Scouting Camera, from Black Gate Hunting Products.

First Look: ThermaSeat Two Man Tree Stand Seat

ThermaSeat has unveiled a Two Man Tree Stand seat with an ultra-plush construction, designed for comfort in any ladder or lock-on stand.

First Look: Fore Runner Ground Blinds

With a portable, soft-side design, Fore Runner ground blinds are created to stand up against harsh, late season elements, while still retaining a user-friendly interface.

Tips and Tactics for Late-Season Dove Hunting

Primarily hunted in September, dove seasons generally extend well beyond those for popular big-game species. To maximize your chances of success, however, you’ll need to reconsider your gear and techniques.

Predator Hunting: How to Deal with Multiple Coyotes

One coyote can be hard enough to fool, but add two or more and your chances at clearing the field decrease drastically. Here are some tricks to help you handle multiple coyotes when seconds matter and eyes and ears are everywhere.

Change the Rules for Coyotes

By this time of year, coyotes have seen it all and heard it all. The standard rules—how far to walk before setting up, how long to stay on a set, what calls to use—do not apply. If ever there were a time to throw the dogs a curve, it is now. It’s time to change the rules.

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