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    DIY Turkey Hunting: How to Build a Corn Cob Striker

    Look back at photos of the early pioneers of turkey hunting. In a great many of them, the hunters are running a slate call with a corn cob striker. Over the years, these strikers gradually gave way to solid hardwood or plastic and wood models. These newer strikers held up...

  • The 2018 NWTF Convention and Sport Show Highlights

    The 2018 NWTF Convention was a success. Turkey calls, decoys and piles of other Realtree gear lined the aisles. Calling contests, seminars, auctions, concerts and many other events were packed into the schedule. And the Realtree family came out in force there in Nashville. Get an inside look here. Go...


The 5 World Record Caribou By Subspecies

The great migration. It’s something thousands of hunters have witnessed and enjoyed as they chased these mammals in the great Far North. Fascinating creatures, caribou captivate hunters, yet remain off the grid due to their secluded nature. Few humans go where these critters live. And even fewer see the trophy...

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The Top 7 Threats to Deer Hunting

Deer hunting is my absolute favorite pastime in the world. There is no greater thrill than chasing whitetails. It’s fun . It gets in your blood. And it stays there. Sadly, there are a lot of things that threaten our way of life. Deer hunting faces more opposition and challenges...

A Story of a First Bow Kill

Editor's Note: Stephanie Mallory, who pens the renowned Realblog , tells her story. Do you remember your first bow kill? I know I'll never forget mine. My recent Texas bowhunt with Yamaha Outdoors and Wade Middleton of Whitetail Diaries was filled with both frustration and elation. I blundered, fumbled and...

The History of the Broadhead

Mechanical broadheads are a new thing, right? Nobody hunts with flint arrowheads anymore, do they? Take a look -- chances are there's a whole lot you don't know about the history of the broadhead. Click here for more bowhunting articles, galleries and videos. Follow us on Facebook .

10 Trees That Will Hold Deer on Your Hunting Property

Mention planting for deer, and most hunters automatically assume you are talking about food plots. While there is no doubt that a nice food plot will attract and hold deer in an area, planting trees and shrubs can also be an excellent way to improve the hunting on your property...

How to Hunt Open Country Turkeys

Turkey hunting is a pretty fun thing to do. But it’s also a very aggravating deal when you can’t close in on them — especially when you can see them from a mile away and can’t do anything about it. Hunting open-country turkeys can be really easy. And it can...

6 Ways for Turkey Hunting Multiple States on the Road

There are turkey hunters, and there are turkey hunting addicts. My wife Jill Easton and I fall into the latter category. We learned long ago the hunting opportunities provided by a single state just don’t quench the fire. So we travel. Boy, do we travel. In 2016, we hunted turkeys...

10 Questions You Should Ask Before Buying Hunting Land

Land. It’s the one common denominator between all hunters. You can’t hunt without access to it. One surefire way to have access — buy some land. I’ve always wanted to buy land, but haven't — yet. I’m currently in the process of studying up on what I need to know...

7 Pieces of Archery Gear That Will Improve Your Accuracy

Bowhunting is a growing sport. Men, women and kids are flocking to the archery scene. And for good reason, too. It’s fun. It’s educational. And it’s a way to put some healthy meat on the table. My question — who wouldn’t want to do that? And for those of you...

Realtree Camo Babies

Welcome to the most adorable Realtree photo gallery we've ever published. Even the toughest of hunters won't be able to keep from oohing and ahhing over these cuddly camo-clad cuties. We received numerous reader submissions for this Realtree Camo Baby photo essay, and while all of the babies pictured were...

10 Off-Season Archery Tips from the Pros

Archery isn’t a skill that comes to you overnight. It takes practice—even year-round — to get good at it. Try these 10 tips from Realtree pros to help you increase your archery abilities during this off-season.

10 Reasons You Suck at Shed Hunting

Throw an antler over your shoulder in the middle of a brush-covered forest and see how long it takes you to find it. Go on. Give it a good chuck. Then set that timer. You might get lucky and spot it right away. Or you might not (even with the...