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    You hear hooves in the leaves. Where is he? There! There he is! A buck is ghosting in. Is he the one in the trail camera photos? Is…
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    Squirrel and other small game seasons are opening throughout the country, giving hunters a chance to enjoy some of the finest opportunities for woodsmanship, fellowship and shooting skills…
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    Face it. You stink. To a white-tailed deer, you're the olfactory equivalent of decaying fish innards, skunk spray and chicken manure. And don't ever forget it, especially when…
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    Geese, both Canadas and Snows, are big, tough birds built to take the harshest weather conditions Mother Nature can dish out. To hunt them successfully, you need a…
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  Cinnamon teal ducks in flight. Photo credit: Magnus Manske, commons.wikipedia.org   Hunters often look forward to early teal season as the first opportunity to hunt ducks for the year.…
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Sitting with my compound bow in a treestand, a pair of fine bucks appear in front of me. I raise my bow... draw... release and — miss. Perhaps I didn't have…
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  If you can master the shot, you'll find success in hunting pronghorn.   If you were casually belly crawling across the prairie without reason, you'd think of crazy stuff.…
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Early teal season is a time for wiping sweat, slapping mosquitoes and popping shells at some of the testiest targets in the marsh. It's also when special know-how must be…
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    Ready to spice up your bowhunting with an antelope spot and stalk hunt? Then be ready to boost your skills up a notch by preparing months in advance…
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    It's a sad yet true fact: many upland and waterfowl hunters meticulously pore over hunting gear in preparation for a hunt, only to load their hunting dog into…
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