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6 Ways to Keep Your Archery Skills in Check During the Off-Season

Unless you live in a place where you can bowhunt hogs or exotics during the winter months, you’re likely all too familiar with the off-season void left between the fall and spring hunting seasons. While hunting opportunities may not be abundant during this part of year, there’s no better time...


Doe Management: Antlerless Removal with Bows, Muzzleloaders and Shotguns

Here we talk about doe management. It's an important part of deer population management and conservation. Follow along as I proceed to remove several does from properties I hunted during the 2018-19 season. This video is full of muzzleloader, shotgun and bowhunting. Don't Miss: The Largest Free-Range Velvet 8-Point Taken...


Reminder: Equipment That Pope and Young and Boone and Crockett Won’t Let You Use

Fair chase — it’s a common term that we hunters often refer to. High-fence vs. free-range. Dogs vs. no dogs. This weapon vs. that weapon. It’s an age-old discussion. Nothing new. What is (relatively) new is technology. And according to both Pope and Young and Boone and Crockett, some technology,...


Why Chronic Wasting Disease Shouldn’t Scare You Away from Deer Hunting

You’d think the sky is falling, the earth is crumbling, and the walking dead have risen with the way people are currently behaving. Recent articles deeming whitetails as “zombie deer,” have the uninformed and easily convinced both confused and scared. Should people allow CWD to scare them away from deer...


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10 Post-Season Deer Scouting Tips

Post-season scouting is an important part of preparing for the next one. What you do now has an extensive effect on your success next fall and winter. That’s why it’s important to get out and do the work now so you can enjoy the rewards later. Here are 10 tips...


Shed Hunting Tips 101

Bonnie led Bill Healy to his first shed antler. He was a graduate student at Penn State, studying the food habits of deer in Pennsylvania's Allegheny National Forest. Bonnie was a guinea pig — really, a tame, whitetail doe. She wore a harness as Healy followed with a clipboard and...


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Great Tips for Turkey Hunting Rio Grande Gobblers

Tips for turkey hunting Rio Grande gobblers follow in this photo essay.


Spring Thunder: Opening Day, South Florida Osceola Gobbler at 7 Steps

Realtree's Phillip Culpepper meets his buddy Casey in southern Florida just in time for the "South of State Road 70" opener. Watch as they call a fired-up Osceola gobbler in to seven steps. More on Florida turkey hunting . More Realtree turkey hunting . Follow Realtree on Facebook .


NEW Season | Spring Thunder: Lessons Learned

The 2019 spring turkey season is finally here. Watch as Realtree's Phillip Culpepper and Tyler Jordan pattern the new Remington V3 Turkey Pro. Both analyze the missed opportunities, lessons learned and the times gobblers read the script over last year's season. Don't Miss : The Remington V3 Turkey Pro in...


How to Call the Hen and Tag Your Gobbler

Some springtime longbeards take their marching orders from the boss hen. At times, the only way to get him in range is to call her in. How do you sell yourself to the lady turkey in charge in order to pull that dawdling strutter into range? Read on. Payback Okay,...


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Best New Budget Compound Bows for 2019

Budget bows — the compounds that are under $1,000. We all like to save a little money when we can. The good news is you can save money on bows, too. You don’t have to spend over $1,000 on a bow if you don’t want to. Plenty of great options...


How to Process and Age Wild Hog Meat

Southern Boyz Outdoors' Kinion Bankston is one of the most prolific hunters in the South. A big part of his hunting plans each year involves wild hogs. A massive conservation, habitat and economic problem for the region, extensive trapping of this invasive species is needed to help keep their numbers...


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