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The DIY Guide to Hunting Big Bucks Out of State

by Mark Kenyon 0

“You’re an idiot.” Those were the words from a commenter on my personal blog when I made the claim that… more »


The Basics of Shed Dog Training

by Mark Kenyon 2

“We give dogs time we can spare, space we can spare and love we can spare. And in return, dogs… more »


The Whitetail Addict’s Guide to Hunting Extreme Weather

by Mark Kenyon 0

Most times when we whitetail addicts dream of hunting season, we picture a crisp cool morning and a sparkling autumn… more »


How to Recover from a Missed Shot

by Mark Kenyon 0

It was almost as if someone had torn open a dozen goose down pillows and turned on an industrial-size fan… more »

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10 Most Overlooked Mistakes Every Deer Hunter Makes

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

Hunters who bag big bucks every year tend to be the ones who make sure they don’t make simple mistakes…. more »


NAW’s Guide to Public Land Deer Hunting Etiquette

by Jason Herbert 2

For many, the thought of hunting public land sends icy shivers down their spine. They’ve heard stories of truck windows… more »


Biggest Threats to Deer Populations in 2013

by Jason Herbert 14

As if hunters didn’t already have enough to worry about with things like scheduling time off work, finding a place… more »


Success in the Rut: How to Turn Failure into Fortune

by Thomas Allen 1

Due to the graciousness and support of my loving wife, I was able to achieve a dream of mine during… more »


8 Tricky Deer Hunting Regulations

by Jason Herbert 14

Across the nation, every state has its own department of government to oversee the wildlife. In my home state of… more »

Large, open food plots are ideal for yielding substantial amounts of forage for whitetails, but smaller, more secure food plots can produce greater results in terms of luring mature bucks into the open during hunting hours. Photo by Brad Herndon/

Plotting The Kill: Buck Harvest Plot Tactics

by Travis Faulkner 1

In most cases, hunters and land managers view food plots primarily as a tool for attracting and holding more deer… more »

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