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  • Did You Know Spotted Skunks Do This?

    Did you know that spotted skunks stand on their hands and dance around when they feel threatened? One spotted skunk was caught on camera displaying this behavior last week. According to the Smithsonian website , the spotted skunk has anal scent glands that can emit a foul-smelling spray just like...


  • Hard Cider-Braised Squirrel and Mushrooms Recipe

    Here in Kentucky, squirrel season is just around the corner. Potroast and I will be out on our traditional opening-morning hunt. Should our hunt be successful, this recipe for Hard Cider-Braised Squirrel and Mushrooms will be one of the first we cook. Acorn-fed squirrels are woodsy and rich, with just...


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    5 Tips to Overcome Target Panic

    Target panic is something that practically all archers go through at some point. Even the best shooters go through it. World champions like Levi Morgan and Travis “T-Bone” Turner have experienced it. So, don’t feel like you’re alone if you are too. It happens. And there’s certainly nothing to be...


  • What Your Waterfowl Hunting Journal Should Reveal

    Waterfowl hunting journals let us relive our days afield, reveling in previous success, laughing at past folly and mentally transporting us to treasured places. But if that’s all they accomplish, we might have missed a great opportunity. A complete waterfowl journal should document the facts and circumstances behind every hunt,...


  • Waterfowl Taxidermy: From the Field to the Wall

    Good waterfowl mounts immortalize birds and extend our memories of special days afield. Bad taxidermy, however, only serves to embarrass a substandard artist and perhaps a hunter who wanted to save money. No serious waterfowler wants to be that guy, of course. When we save a bird for taxidermy, we...


  • Duck Hunting in Vermont

    Picture Vermont and you might think of maple syrup. Or Ben and Jerry’s ice cream. Or, if you’re a total outdoorsman, you might think of deep-woods black bears and reclusive whitetails. What you probably won’t think about are ducks and geese, which is just fine with the handful of avid...


  • Duck Hunting in New Hampshire

    It’s a tiny state, but for the waterfowler searching out something unheard of these days — uncrowded public hunting opportunity — The Granite State is definitely worth a look. There’s not much coastline to New Hampshire ; a mere 18 miles of Atlantic Ocean waterfront. However, that coast offers some...


  • Duck Hunting in Maine

    Maine has much to offer. Eiders, scoters and long-tailed ducks on saltwater; black ducks, buffleheads and goldeneyes on the edges. Wood ducks on wandering, tree-lined freshwater creeks. Is it Arkansas? No, but can you get fresh lobster in Arkansas? I don’t think so. Have a taste for saltwater? Maine’s eider...


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