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Fur-Friendly Bullets

Killing is your missile’s first job. Saving the pelt comes next.
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Late-Season Gear

Must-Have Late-Season Bowhunting Gear

Chasing deer with a bow in bitter temperatures requires tough equipment. Here's what you'll need.
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Rifle Review: Precision Reflex Tactical Operator

Parts maker turned gun maker offers “Combat Ready” MSRs that can take on four-legged predators as readily as they can the two-legged kind.
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Use Fox Calling Research To Take More Fur

A fox-calling study conducted in the 1950s can help you call in more fox today.
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What If There's No Food?

Where To Find Winter Bucks When The Food's Gone

It's the late season and your hunting land doesn't have food to draw deer in. How do you find the bucks anyway?
It's the late season and your hunting land doesn't have food to draw deer in. How do you find the bucks anyway?
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Airguns Are A Great Choice For Small Game

If you’re looking for a small-game airgun without the worry of filling extra tanks and bottles, then check out these spring-piston airguns.
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Velocity Defiant

Crossbow Review: Velocity Defiant

Short, lightweight and accurate, and with a price tag under $500, the Defiant is a worthy hunting crossbow.
Short, lightweight and accurate, and with a price tag under $500, the Defiant is a worthy hunting crossbow.
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Wisconsin’s Vernon County Giant

Monster Buck From Vernon County, Wisconsin

For three long seasons “Picket” eluded a family of hard-hunting Wisconsinites. That was about to change.
Wisconsin deer hunter Jared Thiede and his family hunted a buck they called "Picket" for three years before Jared finally killed the whopper in Vernon County.
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Coyotes: The Winter Predator

Coyotes Vs. Deer: The Predation Effect

What effect do rising coyote populations have on deer herds?
Do coyotes eat a lot of deer? If you could remove coyotes from an area, would deer numbers go up?
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Why Not Hunt Bedding Areas?

Why Not Hunt Deer Bedding Areas?

Are you brave enough to venture into these “forbidden” areas to hunt rutting bucks?
Conventional deer-hunting wisdom says you should never enter a buck's bedding area. But during the rut, sometimes you have to break the rules.
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