Articles by Mark Kayser

Why September Is Better Than The Rut—Part 2

September 21, 2012
September hunting can be (almost) as hot as the peak of the rut, if you play it right and don’t make dumb mistakes.
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Why September Is Better Than The Rut—Part I

September 19, 2012
If you think the rut is the only time to tag a mature buck, think again. September hunting can be just as good — if you know what to do.
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Hunt Coyotes All Day Long

September 5, 2012
Study the coyotes in your area and before long you’ll have your own all-day hunting game plan.
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Are you ready For The Running Shot?

August 20, 2012
Try a couple of these exercises to increase your success when predators are on the run.
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Catlike Moves For Bobcats

July 26, 2012
This elusive, yet widespread feline has been bringing in big bucks for nicely spotted northern pelts.
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Warring With Wolves

July 23, 2012
The legal battles over hunting wolves seem to be a thing of the past, at least for now.
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Calling Mountain Lions

July 13, 2012
Adaptable, mountains lions inhabit a variety of environments including deserts, mountains, foothills and rain forests, plus suburbia.
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Summer, Sunscreen, And Calling Coyotes

June 22, 2012
If you don’t mind the heat, bugs and humidity, summer coyotes can be as challenging and rewarding.
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Woodchuck Wars, A Challenging Hunt Between Seasons

June 4, 2012
Shots can vary, but 200 yards is probably the norm. You’ll need to be sneaky and make one-shot kills.
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Varmint Hunting—Don't Ignore The Small Stuff

May 29, 2012
Engage a variety of rodent targets with the .17 and .22 if you really want to challenge your shooting skills at a reduced cost.
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