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Dr. Grant Woods shows you early in deer season the appropriate way to cap out a trophy buck in case you are travel hunting. It’s the first bow hunt of…
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When walleye fishing gets tough, it’s often to an angler’s advantage to slow things down. One tactic that is great at catching “tough-bite” walleyes is what I like to call…
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ESCANABA, Mich. - Sept. 23, 2014 - It was a telling sign of how well Mercury pro Jacob Powroznik fished during the 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series season: 2004 Bassmaster Classic…
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Hackney is AOY Champion at Last

Saturday, September 27 2014 3:40 pm - for Fishing Tournaments
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Hackney is AOY champion at last Mercury pro Greg Hackney has long been considered one of the top-tier bass pros, yet many felt he didn't live up to his potential.…
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Arrive at any trailhead, even popular ones, on a rainy day and your vehicle will likely be the only one there. Rainy days on the trail can be uncomfortable while…
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Most hunters understand the importance of scent control and how to practice it when it comes to your body and hunting clothes. However, many hunters overlook their various pieces of…
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When planning my weekend fishing trips, I make a mental rundown of the essential items that I need to pack. Fly rods, fly boxes and my fishing waders are always…
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About a year ago, I booked three days of fishing in the Louisiana Marsh with New Orleans’ Captain Greg Moon for the fall of 2014. This was a departure from…
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3 Reasons to Use a Drift Sock in a Kayak

Wednesday, September 24 2014 11:00 am - for Boat Rigging
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When kayak fishing, using an anchor trolley kit and a drift sock means less time paddling and more time catching! Let’s face it. Boat position is a chore no matter…
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Whether you hunt deer, bear, pronghorns, turkeys, elk, quail, ducks or squirrels, the following eight hunting tips will up your chances of success. Whether you're a veteran hunter or a…
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