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Jan 21st

2021

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Duck Hunting Boats: What to Look for in a Good Waterfowl Vessel

Here’s some duck hunting boat info for those on the look for a new waterfowl vessel. A good duck hunting boat can open up a whole new world of hunting opportunities for waterfowlers that have always wanted one, but for one reason or another haven’t pulled the trigger. With a great many options for both […]

Jan 15th

2021

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4 Ways to Recover a Deer Without a Blood Trail

You know you made a solid shot, but you can’t find a drop of blood. Now what? It happens to everyone at least once. Whether you’re bowhunting or rifle hunting, going after mule deer or whitetail, any deer hunter knows this is a risk they take. For one reason or another, you will eventually find yourself […]

Dec 20th

2020

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Extremely Rare Black Bobcat Caught on Video in Vermont

Facebook Video: Melissa Patnoe  Black bobcats are exceedingly rare. The bobcat is a shy and solitary creature that often likes to avoid humans at all costs. Most people have never seen one in the wild because they are so talented at avoiding people. What could be rarer than seeing a bobcat? How about seeing […]

Nov 28th

2020

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10 Most Famous Bear Hunters There Ever Were

With a cast of characters that includes a Confederate General, a former slave, and a President of the United States, the most famous bear hunters in American history were a pretty diverse group. To an even greater extent than other big game animals, it takes a great deal of skill as a hunter to match […]

Oct 27th

2020

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5 Reasons Hunters Become Totally Anti-Social During the Fall

It’s a fact of life: Hunters need some space in the fall hunting season. Don’t take it personally. We’ve got a message for all the loved ones of hunters out there, so listen up. We mostly get to hunt once a year, and we can’t be having people interrupt this process for anything. It may […]

Oct 17th

2020

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The Sika Deer: Everything There is to Know About This Exotic Species

Here’s what hunters and other outdoorsmen need to know about the Sika deer. What exactly is a Sika deer, and more importantly, how can you hunt this unique ungulate? Most veteran sportsmen and women already have some understanding of this interesting game animal, but there’s still a lot of unknown surrounding the Sika deer, or […]

Oct 9th

2020

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Pronghorn Antelope: Species Facts About the Speed Goat

The pronghorn antelope is fast, wily, and has eyes like a hawk. Here are some pronghorn facts for hunters and everyday sportsmen alike. The pronghorn antelope is the fastest land mammal in North America. In fact, it’s the fastest in the entire western hemisphere. Sportsmen and women have been giving chase to these wily “speed […]

Oct 5th

2020

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Poacher Who Killed Over 500 Elephants Gets 30 Years

The Congo’s most notorious elephant poacher will serve 30 years in prison. One of the more frustrating aspects about wildlife crime is when violators get away with a slap on the wrist for their crimes. Prison sentences are exceedingly rare, but one poacher in the Republic of Congo has been ordered to serve 30 years […]

Sep 19th

2020

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What Are the Best Deer Hunting Times Throughout the Day?

Once the season is on, you need to know the best time of day for deer activity to have the best chance of success. Let us start by quickly making a point here: we’re talking about the best time of the day for deer movement, not the best time of the year. Obviously, with the […]

Aug 6th

2020

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Largemouth vs. Smallmouth: The Game Fish Species Battle for America’s Favoritism

Which bass species is America’s favorite? When it comes to freshwater fish, arguably no two game fish species are more popular than the largemouth bass and the smallmouth bass. These two iconic fish are probably near solely responsible for the recreational fishing industry being as large and successful as it is today. Both bass species […]

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