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Selecting the right weapon for bear hunting is important, and knowing how to skillfully use it is even more important.   Black bears often weigh 300 pounds or more; so…
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Now that you purchased a game camera, how do you best use it? Well, it depends on the game you are scouting. Trail cameras can be used year around to…
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A successful hunt falls on lessons learned and how you apply that to the next hunt. It's also about preparation, whether scouting or talking with land owners early in the…
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For many, bow hunting for deer is not just a passion, it's a way of life. If we're not trying to fill tags, we're reliving the glory days or remembering…
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Once you've made all the purchases to complete your bow, you'll need to consider all the other accessories to go along with your new purchase. RedHead carries a selection of…
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  The first thing to know about a caribou bull's antlers is that it may not be a bull! Caribou are the only member of the deer family in which…
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    Caribou inhabit some of the most deceptively rugged country in North America. From a distance, the tundra looks flat and featureless, but as soon as you set foot…
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In the minds of big game hunters, there is perhaps no greater icon of the Far North than the caribou. If you've ever dreamed of braving the last frontiers of…
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He arrived like a ghost. One second there was nothing; the next he was there. I was hunting squirrels in woods behind my east Arkansas home. Chickadees and kinglets buzzed…
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When I first started big game hunting, most serious hunters handloaded their own ammunition. This was because the quality of the factory ammunition that was available was not always of…
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