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With duck populations at the peak of long-term averages, expectations for every hunt are always high. The reality is, even when ducks are plentiful, hunts can fall short of expectations.…
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 “Dr. Babcock will be sick all next week,” the University of South Carolina bulletin board note read in the fall of 1926. The famous author and USC English professor predicted…
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Dr. Grant Woods takes his shot at a big doe he processes that night. When Grant discovers a pattern of does that have been feeding in a food plot, he…
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Archery season opened September 15th in Missouri. Dr. Woods hunts this hidy-hole food plot. Pro-staff team member Seth Harker decides it is time to “sit down, shut up, and hunt”…
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You can improve your odds of tagging a big buck this season by practicing the following low impact deer hunting tips.  Once you've tagged your buck, try not to forget…
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Converting a food plot in a shady area not ideal for soybeans to a clover wheat field provides deer with two food sources. After a fun week of bow hunting…
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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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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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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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RedHead Pro Hunting Team captain Jerry Martin shares his personal experience and tests the RedHead 1856 Collection Fire-Resistant Gun Safe The heat from the fire was unbearable.  The sound—a deafening…
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