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Hawke Sport Optics XB1 SR Crossbow Scope Review

  By Nancy Jo Adams Not so long ago, the topic of crossbow hunting was met with controversial discussion and was often debated among hunters. Many states only allowed the elderly or those with a physical impairment to hunt with a crossbow by permit. It took several years for crossbows …

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Taurus Raging Bull Revolver Review

  By Pete Rogers Several years ago, I read an article about hunting with a pistol. I was intrigued. Until that time, I never thought of a pistol, or handgun, as a weapon used for killing animals. I always saw them as a personal protection gun and one for the …

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GHG Jekyll & Hyde Decoy by Avery Outdoors Review

  By Nancy Jo Adams If you are an avid turkey hunter, you are sure to own several turkey decoys, if not your own large flock. Every season, new decoys hit the market; some new and improved, and others just a little different. I have always been drawn to the …

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Chasing The Turkey Grand Slam

  By Pete Rogers Turkey Hunting is one of America’s greatest challenges. Found in 49 states, the wild turkey is one of the most addictive and challenging game animals to pursue. Currently, the National Wild Turkey Federation recognizes five subspecies in the continental United States: The Eastern, Osceola (Florida), Merriam’s, …

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TruGlo Turkey Hunting Shotgun Sights Review

TruGlo® Fiber-Optic Shotgun Sights are Ideal for Turkey Hunting. By Nancy Jo Adams If you purchase a new field or sporting series shotgun from any reputable brand, it will most likely come equipped with a fiber-optic bead or a fiber-optic front and rear sight. Fiber-optic sights work well in improving …

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Planning An Out Of State Hunt – Part 2

  By Pete Rogers Continued from Planning An Out Of State Hunt – Part 1. Plan each meal and how it will be prepared The first year a group of us went out west, we brought home more food than we take now. The learning curve was expensive and vast. …

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Planning An Out Of State Hunt – Part 1

  By Pete Rogers Every autumn, vacation days are cashed in, and thousands of dollars are spent by hunters traveling to distant lands in pursuit of game. Whether you are traveling to a neighboring state or across the country, there are certain things to consider when making these plans. The …

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Planning A Hunt With An Outfitter

  By Pete Rogers For years, you have dreamt of hunting far away places for species you’ve never seen in person. Money is saved and research has begun. Now the real work begins. How do you choose an outfitter for your hunt of a lifetime? What is the process? For …

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Hunting Javelina

  By Tony Martins Excellent subjects for limited range weapons, javelina hunting is a blast! Some may question why anyone would drive 400 miles round-trip to hunt javelina. My neighbors certainly have – particularly when the little “pigs” as they are affectionately called, can often be found rooting up our …