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Articles by Bob Robb

Kansas: a whitetail mecca — part 2

March 27, 2012
When it comes to hunting big whitetails, Southwestern Kansas isn’t on anybody’s radar — yet. But it should be.
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Kansas: a whitetail mecca

March 23, 2012
When it comes to hunting big whitetails, Southwestern Kansas isn’t on anybody’s radar — yet. But it should be.
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Bear Hunting Stand Setups to Avoid

February 16, 2011
The lessons learned by making mistakes have helped me become a much more efficient bear hunter in future years.
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Bear Hunting Stand Setups to Avoid

February 14, 2011
The lessons learned by making mistakes have helped me become a much more efficient bear hunter in future years.
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Doe Harvesting - Which One Do You Shoot?

December 2, 2010
Doe shooting is great practice, is helps with the local game management program, and helps fill my family’s freezer to the brim as well as allows me to donate lots of meat every year to Hunters for the hungry programs.
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Tracking Deer

October 27, 2010
Understanding what the blood on the ground is telling you is the first step in finding a wounded deer. Here’s what different kinds of blood usually mean:
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Scouting Deer During the Season

October 20, 2010
Weekend deer hunters do not necessarily have the time or resources to scout hard well in advance of their days afield. Here are some tips to get the most of your time afield.
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Blood Trailing Deer Tips

October 13, 2010
Blood trailing can be one of the most important skills a hunter can possess. Here are a few hunting tips to hone your skills in the woods.
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Off-Season: Top Pin, Part 1

June 14, 2010
Early summer is prime time for setting up a hunting bow. So what is the perfect yardage for your top pin?
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