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 roar.  Hot tongues of flame licked along the edges of the roof, crawled along the sides, and finally engulfed the entire house. Within minutes the structure seemed to fold into itself.  Everyone inside the house, including the family pets, had escaped without injury.  But, everything inside the house was gone forever. If you’ve ever had to experience a fire, or know someone who has, you understand this kind of devastation. …
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Spend time scouting in the area you intend to hunt turkey and look for sign. With the resurgence in wild turkey populations across the country in the last 30 years, many states have opened fall turkey hunting seasons in addition to spring seasons. Although fall turkey hunting has not grown in popularity like the spring season, it is, according to turkey hunting guru Ray Eye, "the best time of the year to be in the turkey woods." However, a lack of information about fall hunting strategies is what holds a lot of hunters back. The following tips from Ray Eye…
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A crisp fall morning, a .22 rifle in hand and squirrels grating on nuts; what a way to spend the day in the woods! Ripe hickory nuts, plentiful acorns, aromatic walnuts and cool fall mornings set the stage for squirrel hunting across the Midwest. These, and other food sources, are the places to spend your time when pursuing squirrels during the fall months. Hunt squirrel around key food sources during the fall months to increase hunting success. 1. Hickory Nuts Hickory Nuts - A variety of hickory species thrive throughout the Midwest. Some, like the small pignut hickory, produce nuts…
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    When you need a super-bright, far-reaching light, a spotlight works best. Navigating a boat at night, viewing wildlife after dark, varmint hunting, frog hunting and emergency signaling are all tasks for which a spotlight is well suited. Before buying a spotlight, however, study these facts that will help you choose a product best suiting your needs. Power Options Power options are important considerations when selecting a spotlight. Some spotlights, like the Brinkmann Q-Beam Blue Max Spotlight and Bass Pro Shops' 3.5 Million Candlepower 12V Corded Spotlight, work only off 12-volt systems, with a plug adaptor for hookup in…
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Practice bowhunting in real life hunting situations to help you be more successful when something goes wrong. It’s happened to us all.  Countless hours of planning, scouting, and bow practice boil down to this moment.  Here he comes, not just any deer, the buck that you have had trail camera photos of for two years.  That buck that keeps you up at night trying to second guess his every move, where does he bed, where does he feed, what is his travel corridor?  He is now walking right at you closing distance with every step.  The wind is perfect, hitting…
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Where I live, there's less than three months to the bow hunting season for deer. It's probably not too different where you hunt. With that in mind, here are some basics every bow hunter should be considering now. Licenses. Do you have the licenses required? Have you entered the appropriate game draws? If not, get on it, before it's too late. This determines how and where you hunt. Bookings. If you plan on booking hunt, get on it. We're now entering the last minute period. The right broadhead and arrow. By now you should have settled on your broadhead and…
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  The Prime Total Archery Challenge, where Grant and friends try fun-but-difficult shots. A monster bull elk at 160 yards. Can you make the shot? It's The Prime Total Archery Challenge, where Grant and friends get to unleash their Prime Bows on fun-but-difficult shots! Then, join Pro Staff Adam Brooke on a turkey hunt as he puts a Long Beard XR to work on a Missouri gobbler. (start 4:54) For all you viewers putting in spring food plots, Grant shows a real world example of proper soil structure on food plots and techniques to keep it that way. Better soil.…
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  Keep your spring food plots growing strong. Bass Pro offers a wide selection of tools and products for land and wildlife management. The turkey hunting is intense in this episode with the Pro Staff team of Heath and Lindsey Martin tagging 3 birds -- a successful hunt in Kansas followed by another great double on opening morning in Arkansas! After the excitement of the hunt, we've got tips for planting spring food plots - spacing of the rows on the no-till drill, soil temperature, etc. Stay tuned and see how to reduce the browse pressure from deer and groundhogs,…
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Red Hot Turkey Hunting!

Wednesday, May 14 2014 5:00 pm - for Turkey Hunting
  Grant and his father Glen Woods. The turkey hunting action heats up in this video with four more Long Beard XR loads hitting their mark! It's an absolutely legendary day for  Adam, AJ, and Chad as their morning quickly went from bust to boom! Three turkeys in one hunt! Then, Grant's father, Glen Woods, keeps his streak going with a beautiful Missouri Gobbler. Join the fun by watching now! Join the conversation with other hunters and land owners on Growing Deer Tv's facebook page. See more of Grant Woods videos and information useful for deer hunters. From GrowingDeer.tv Grant…
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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 the highest grade, and the selection of calibers, along with bullet weights and styles, was not the greatest either. Handloading is still very popular, especially for those who do a lot of shooting and are looking to save money by reusing the brass shell casings and buying the other components of ammunition in bulk, but fortunately the quality and variety of factory ammunition available today is no longer an issue.…
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