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Use a hitch to speed up dog training

The basic concept is that a dog will stop — and stay stopped — when he feels pressure on his flank. The hitch applies it.
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Lipless crankbait tips from a Bassmaster Classic champ

The time-proven truth that it works is reason enough for Jones to throw a lipless crankbait. Like most pros, though, the 2008 Bassmaster Classic champion has theories about what makes a Rattle Bait such an important part of the late-winter/early-spring arsenal.
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Inside the Outdoors with Angie Watkins-24

Frigid, lengthy, winter takes a toll on Wisconsin deer, Field-testing Winchester Blindside and Double A Tracker shells, Russia gears up for the Olympics by feeding bears, silly Russians.
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A survival plan is something every hunter should have

We might be able to tough it out with our survival skills when lost, but at some point wouldn't it be great if someone came looking for you? A survival plan will boost the chances you'll be found.
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Aggressive strategies for hunting the deer rut

When bucks are chasing, sometimes the best way to get a shot is to aggressively attack them. Here’s how to make it happen.
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From the Readers: Using rodent squeaks for coyotes

Rodent distress call equals nice kill for this coyote hunter.
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Deer hunter shot, left for dead

In 1965 in the northern Minnesota wilderness, Gordy Olson was shot by another hunter who came to his aid … and then left him for dead. Almost 50 years later, the complete, never-before-told story is just as harrowing as the day it happened.
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From the Readers: Calling southern coyotes

Slow and quiet approach to the stand leads to a successful hunt for a Tennessee coyote hunter.
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VIDEO: Coyote triple in north central Kansas

Geoff Nemnich heads to north central Kansas and scores big with a coyote triple.
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Keep deer from patterning you

Hunters aren’t the only ones monitoring movements in the woods.
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