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Articles by Mark Kayser

Summer Coyote Hunting Advice

With thick vegetation and soaring temperatures, summer coyote hunting poses different challenges then in the winter.
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Hunting Varmints Will Keep Your Skills Sharp

Varmints are the ultimate targets; so get out in the field this summer.
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Mountain Deer Hunting, Western Style

Whitetail hunting in high mountain country is serious business — no tree stands or food plots in sight. But if you’re tough enough to take the challenge, big bucks can be found in the mountains.
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Three Ways To Hunt Black Bears

Spring black bear hunting can be a blast, but a treestand isn’t the only way to do it.
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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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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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Mountain Lion Hunting Is Good

From big horn sheep predation, to mountain lions attacking tranquilized elk, to Californians dealing with the family dog being dragged from the backyard, there is a real need for hunting mountain lions.
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Use rodent squeaks for coyotes

Many hunters overlook the low-volume attractiveness of a squeaker call for predators. Try one and you'll stand a good chance at bagging more predators.
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VIDEO: Build your own shooting sticks

Follow these steps to an economical set of shooting sticks.
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Unconventional tactics for late-winter coyotes

If you still hope to tag a coyote or two before the end of winter you may want to try an off-the-wall strategy or step outside of the box. Here are a few to mull over.
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