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Do You Remember Your First Deer?

This sucks.  The words rattled around in my head in sympathy with my kidneys which were tossed unmercifully by the mil-spec seat in the old Willys Jeep.  My second year as a hunter showed every sign it would end as Read More

Not Hitting What You Aim At? 5 Things Women Should Consider When Choosing a Hunting Rifle.

.300 WSM (L) next to .300 Win Mag. I have a love-hate relationship with my rifle.  It has put meat on the table, but I’ve missed a fair share of deer to the point where I questioned my shooting.  I’m Read More

The Best Camouflage

“There’s turkeys on the hill.” The words snapped my attention from an article I needed to finish; predatory adrenaline propelled me up from my desk. I grabbed the old Stevens 20-gauge single-barrel shotgun from its storage place along with three, Read More

Finding the Right Hunting Boots: Cabelas to the Rescue

In desperate need for new warm weather hunting boots last year, I settled on a some Cabelas Outfitter Series specimens, after a months long, frustration filled search.  It’s no secret I am a slavish Cabelas customer, have been for decades, Read More

Talking Turkey (Learn the Secrets to Identify a Gobbler from a Hen)

I love wild turkeys.  Not just because they’re good eating, (which they are), or they’re gorgeous birds (which they are), but because they’re wily, smart, and well adapted to the forest. They’re so well camouflaged, you may have trouble identifying Read More

5 Secrets to Sight-in a Rifle with Ten Rounds or Less

  Sighting-in a rifle is a process surrounded by myth and misconception.  Many people believe it takes hours on the target range and ammunition by  the case full. Nothing is farther from the truth. Whether you have just  mounted a Read More

5 Unexpected Places to Hunt Game Animals for City Dwellers

“Did you know you can hunt outside of Los Angeles?” Larry asked me the other day. To be perfectly honest, I had no idea.  But I wasn’t too surprised. But if you live in an urban area and are new Read More

Use Enough Gun: Why You Should Bring a Big-Bore to a Bear Hunt

One early May morning, something caught my eye on a logging road five hundred yards across a drainage as I hunted bear on a ridge complex not far from home. A quick look through the binoculars revealed an immense cinnamon Read More

Five Secrets to Spotting Game Animals

It’s no secret that if you can’t find game animals, you can’t shoot them. Which is why having a good game spotter in your party is imperative. Don’t despair if you hunt alone — there are ways to improve your Read More

Are You a LocaCarnivore?

What is a LocaCarnivore? In its simplest form, locacarnivores are hunters who rely on their immediate geographical area for game meat.  While horse-packing a week into the backcountry, setting up camp, and hunting for days on end is a time Read More

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