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What Time of Day You Should Hunt Deer

What time of day you should hunt deer is an important consideration when hunting. I’ve seen a lot of hunters ruin chances of bagging deer by moving around during prime shooting time. A lot of time and effort goes into getting into the field and you don’t want it to be wasted. I was talking with a […]

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Ten Goals for Hunting in 2015

Successful people have goals, and I want to be a successful hunter. Not just a deer hunter, but a successful overall hunter. Deer season is only a short part of the year, and I want to be a good hunter the year round. So here are my goals for 2015, and I think you might […]

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Essential Gear For Coyote Hunting

I hate unnecessary baggage in the woods, so I wanted to figure out what the essential gear for coyote hunting is. I’ll be the first to admit, I’m pretty new to coyote hunting, and predator hunting in general, but I’ve always felt that going back to the basics is the best way to go. So, from the […]

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Deer Scouting For Beginners

Deer scouting for beginners can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be that way. I’m going to break down the process to make it as easy as possible. Deer season has been over for a couple weeks now, and many hunters have retired for the winter, to only get ready for the next deer season […]

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Be a Better Hunter- Take a Break From Hunting

Be a better hunter and take break from hunting? What’s that supposed to mean? Whether you are hunting whitetails or cottontails, sometimes you can hunt so much that you get hunted-out. You spend all day in the cold, sleet and snow, sometimes you see something but most of the time you don’t. But you keep […]

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My Favorite Outdoor Writers

Books have always been a big influence on my life. And thanks to my parents encouragement, I’ve read profusely throughout my life. Outdoor books have had a huge impact on my outdoor lifestyle. When I’m not living it, I’m reading about it. So here are a few authors, and some of their books, that I’ve read […]

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Eight Ways to Introduce Your Family and Friends to the Outdoors

Let’s face it, for us die-hard hunters we laugh in the face of cold weather, rain, sleet, snow, mosquitoes and many other ailments of life in the outdoors (ok, we laugh on the outside; inside we have mental breakdowns). But for those new to the outdoors, extreme weather conditions, sitting for hours and not seeing […]

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A Simple Fire

Anybody can start a fire Being able to start a fire in the woods, even after a rainfall, is an essential skill to have. Not only does it cheer the woodsman on a lonely night, it can save your life from freezing temperatures. The teepee style is the easiest and quickest, and everyone headed to […]

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Nine Sayings on Forecasting the Weather

Nowadays when we want to see what the weather’s going to be we simply pull out our smart phone and check the forecast or radar. Nothing wrong with that, but it is nice to move away from technology dependencies, especially when you’re hunting, camping or hiking. Plus, you never know when you might not get […]

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Don’t Stink in the Woods

You don’t want to stink in the woods, and thousands of dollars are spent every year on soaps and sprays to help eliminate human odor. Animals can smell really well, so here’s a step by step procedure of eliminating your human scent from you and your cloths. 1) Buy a scent eliminator kit such as […]

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