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Bear Charge Makes For Memorable Spring Bowhunt

Far-northern Canada in springtime can be a bear bowhunter's paradise. Lightly hunted, remote areas mean lots of big, mature boars that have little fear of humans.
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11 Rules For Public-Land Duck Hunting

Public waterfowl hunting is a grand tradition of fist fighting, blind burnings and tire slashings. But it wouldn’t have to be if folks simply minded their manners.
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VIDEO: Spot And Stalk Rams At Dos Plumas Ranch

A trip to hunt Texas hogs begins with an unexpected spot and stalk for rams.
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Gerald Swindle Is All Class After Frustrating Bassmaster Classic

Gerald Swindle reflects back on this year’s Bassmaster Classic. For starters, he’ll be the first to tell you that the only thing his Alabama zip code guarantees him on Lake Guntersville is that the fish will be wet.
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Should Suppressors Be Legal For Hunting?

A powerful wave of suppressor legalization for hunting is sweeping the nation. Should suppressors be legal for hunting?
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11 Ways To Save Money On Food Plots

Managing your deer herd doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Here’s how to do it on the cheap.
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Hunt Coyotes This Turkey Season

Be ready to roll a coyote when out calling turkeys this spring. It’s not uncommon for the canine predator to come charging into a gobbler setup.
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Five Land Management Tools You Should Be Using

Food plots for deer are terrific, but there are other management tools you will need to maximize your hunting opportunities.
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Diamond Archery By BOWTECH New Bows For 2014

With a new carbon-riser bow weighing just 3.3 pounds, and super-fast single-cam touting 343 fps, Diamond is making a splash in 2014.
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Use Social Media To Find Public Land Hot Spots

Social networking is a plug—a channel that if used correctly can help lead you to your next public land deer hunting adventure.
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