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New Duck Decoys for 2014: Part 1

It's that time of year again. The waterfowling catalogs are hitting the mailboxes, and new displays of duck hunting gear are showing up on store shelves. In the upcoming weeks here on the Duck Blog, I'm going to be checking out as much new-for-2014 gear as possible to give the...


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Hunting White - Necked Ravens in Zimbabwe


Corn Growers Push for More Ethanol in Fuel

A recent press release came across my desk and got my blood pumping. The Missouri Corn Growers Association released a statement calling for more ethanol in fuels to combat the high cost of gasoline at the pumps. According to the release, “the cost savings from blending competitively priced ethanol are...


Wild Boar Hunting In Central Europe

This week, Realtree Pro Hunter Ian Harford is back in Dobris, Czech Republic for a day of driven hunting. All manner of game can be found on Count Leonhard Collerado-Manfeld's estate, and careful management in key to its preservation. Ian Harford is armed with his trusty Merkel RX Helix, and...


Kool Camo for Kids

Seeland cater for shooters large and small with the Coby Kids Fleece Jacket, a warm practical jacket for shooting or playing in the great outdoors. Designed for active, outdoor children; the fleece jacket features a nylon liner for changing weather and two side zipped handwarmer pockets for cold days or...


Logger Uses Forwarder to Rescue Bear with Head Stuck in Milk Can

This has to be one of the most unique animal recues ever filmed. An unfortunate black bear managed to get its head stuck in an old-fashioned milk can. Unable to free itself, it wondered aimlessly into a Wisconsin cornfield. A report from local news station WEAU said logger Garrett Smith...


Anti-Poaching in Mozambique

In this weeks episode of Realtree Global Hunting, Ian Harford is in Mozambique, out in the African bush. It's no walk in the park out here, whilst being breathtakingly beautiful, the wilderness of Mozambique hides numerous dangers around every corner. Mozambique is a relatively young country, gaining independence in 1975,...


The Fowl Life Premiers on Outdoor Channel

As hunters, we all share a common bond. It’s been said time and again: if you don’t hunt, you just don’t understand. The outdoor lifestyle, camaraderie and the obsessive pursuit far outweigh the kill or the trophy. Unfortunately, such core values are often difficult to convey to the non-hunting public,...


Jamaican Jerk Fallow - From Field to Fork

This week on Realtree Global Hunting, we have something a little different for you. We are joined by British hunter, master chef and business owner Cai Ap Bryn, as he looks to take a fallow deer, so he can later take us through his delicious Jamaican Jerk Fallow dish. No...


Team Realtree at the 2014 Swedish Game Fair

This week on Realtree Global Hunting on we have a very special episode, we are joined by Realtree members Clare Harford and Kindra Fisher as they drive 2,800 miles across Europe to the Swedish Game Fair at the Castle of Tullgarn to launch the Hunters Hunt Down Cancer Campaign. Realtree...


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Hunting Guinea Fowl in Zimbabwe

Intrepid international hunter Ian Harford hunts another unusual quarry species – the helmeted guineafowl with Sparks Outdoors in Zimbabwe. The Genus Numida or ‘Helmeted’ Guinefowl is the best known and most widely recognized of the four species of guineafowl and can be found across sub-Saharan Africa. Helmeted Guineafowl have black...


Airgun Safari in Zimbabwe

I’m sad to say that recently I’ve been neglecting my airguns. It’s not that I’m a bad person, or that I’ve been maliciously avoiding them with the intent to cause misery and suffering, I’ve just been a bit busy! January through March is International show ‘high season’, with a number...


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