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Buck Fever: Will We Ever Get Used To It?

Bob Robb
Buck fever hits all hunters when a deer walks into view. But the shakes and adrenaline rush aren't necessarily a bad thing.
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Bowhunting Question: What Exactly Is "Arrow Spine?"

Bob Robb
The term arrow spine is thrown around a lot, but do you know what it actually means and how it affects your hunting bow and arrows?
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Time For A New Retriever: Puppy, Started Or Finished Dog?

Brian Lynn
When it’s time to add a new hunting dog to the household, how do you decide where to start?
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The Benefits Of Food Plot Blends

The Benefits Of Food Plot Blends

David Hart
Food plot blends can be an ideal choice for deer-hunting plots you plan to hunt over.
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Researcher Says Hunting, Male Sex Drive Connected

GVO Staff
A researcher proposes that the same neurophysiological process causing male orgasm produces the uncontrollable shaking of the leg during buck fever.
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Knife Talk: Quality Knives And Sharpeners

Mark Kayser
Other than your firearm, a knife is one of the most important tools a predator hunter uses, especially if collecting furs. Here are some tips on quality knives and sharpeners.
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The Fur Harvester’s Field Guide

Duayne Epling
If you’re interested in turning your fur into cash, here are a few tips that will get you the most money for your harvest.
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Five Steps To Prepping Your Food Plots

5 Steps To Preparing Food Plots For Deer Hunting

Planting season may be a month or more away, but if you want a bountiful food plot that draws deer and keeps them on your land, it’s time to get to work.
David Hart
If you want a bountiful food plot that draws deer and keeps them on your land, now is the time to get to work.
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Coyote Hunting Can Drive You Crazy

Richard Reavey
A coyote hunter stares at a frozen deer carcass for a week in the north woods of Maine. The solitude chips away at sanity and social skills. How long could you last?
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Conservation Success Story: The Common Eider

Hilary Dyer
Brought back from astonishingly low numbers in Maine, the common eider is a true conservation success story.
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