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Partridge and Grouse Hunting Gear

  By Luke Brandenburg The best partridge and grouse hunters always bring the right gear to the hunt. Taking unnecessary items will weigh you down, but forgetting the essentials can ruin your hunt! Of all the upland game birds, partridge and grouse are definitely some of the most challenging to …

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Pheasant Hunting Gear

  By Luke Brandenburg While you don’t need a ton of gear for pheasant hunting, choosing the right shotgun, shells, chokes, clothing and more will make a big difference out in the fields! When compared to many other hunts, the pile of gear you need when pheasant hunting is significantly …

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Intro Guide To Stalking Whitetail

  Stalking is an important skill in any hunters arsenal, especially when they are hunting keen animals like whitetail. Deer have a superior sense of smell and razor sharp eyes (in some regards), and their hearing is just as good as ours. All this adds up to a formidable animal …

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Hunting Deer From The Ground

  Many hunters spend deer season in tree stands, especially those in the Midwest and Eastern US. It’s the most widely accepted method of hunting whitetails, and it provides a superior vantage point while removing the hunter from the deer’s immediate vision. If hunters don’t use a tree stand, a …

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Best Gear For Alligator Hunting

  By Pete Rogers Since the popularity of the television show Swamp People, hunters all across the country have become enamored with hunting alligators. In my home state of South Carolina, hunting alligators is a lottery, and getting drawn is pretty much sketchy at best. In the nine years we …

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Early Goose Gear

  By Jason Herbert “Hold tight boys… here they come… OK take ‘em!” “BOOM! Boom Boom Boom…” Out of the seven geese we killed four, and I know two of them fell to my shotgun. After several hoots hollers and high-fives, we nestled back into our makeshift blinds for what …

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Ditch The Concealed Carry Purse – Part 3

  Bra, Waist, Thigh and Ankle Holsters By Linda M. Gilbertson www.ladiesdayllc.com Well, I still haven’t ditched the Concealed Carry Purse.  I determined in Part I and Part II that even though there are many different methods for women to conceal firearms on their person, very few of those methods …

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Handling Game in Extreme Heat

  By Pete Rogers My heart was beating so hard I could hear it in my inner ear. Breathing was difficult as the buck kept getting closer and closer. Sweat was pouring down my face and into my eyes making it difficult to see the pin on my bow sight. …

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Bear Hunting Tips And Strategy

  By Robin Follette Bear hunting is my all-time favorite hunt. Preparation starts a month prior to opening day. I study game cam pictures carefully. When the bears begin to visit our barrels, I start studying scat to find out what they’re eating. Sighting in our rifles, moving tree stands …