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Food Plot Tips and Strategies

Contributor Mike Roux gives readers some tips on food-plot planning and planting to stay productive this offseason.

Why You Should Hunt Low-Odds Elk Units

Don’t ignore elk locales that offer low odds of success. You’ll find the hunting pressure in them is nil, and when you do find elk, you can usually kill them.

Blindsided: How to Build a Hunting Blind

Want to tag a lovestruck tom this spring? Betray his keen vision with a blind.

Decoying Gobblers: The Top 4 Questions Answered

Everyone knows decoys can bring in the toms, but some setups are more efficient than others. Mike Roux brings his experience to bear in answering some common questions hunters have on how to run their decoys.

A Beginner’s Guide to Turkey Hunting

Learning how to hunt turkeys is easier than you think. Here is what you need to know to jumpstart your journey.

Hunt Out of Your Comfort Zone for Eastern Turkeys

Eastern wild turkeys, found in 38 states, are our most widely distributed subspecies of wild turkeys—and also perhaps the most confounding bird to hunt. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Try these tactics to avoid frustration.

Pre-Season Turkey Scouting with the Professionals

With spring turkey season only a few weeks away, now is the time to get out and locate a tom or two. Follow along with Mike Roux as he gathers tips from experts on the turkey topic.

How to Hunt Coyotes in Low-Visibility Conditions

If you’re left with nothing to show from your last couple of predator hunts, key on these environmental factors to hunt coyotes in low-visibility conditions.

Turkey Hunting: Make a Plan for Merriam’s

The frosty white-tipped tom of the West lures many turkey hunters from other regions. But the bird that roams the Rockies can’t necessarily be hunted the same ways as birds in Eastern forests.

Tips and Tactics for Bowhunting Turkeys

Start your spring early by hitting the turkey woods with a bow.

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