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Tested: Realtree's Phillip Culpepper Reviews the onX Hunt App

Realtree's Phillip Culpepper gives a few tips on how and why he likes to utilize the onX Hunt app when in the turkey woods. Buy now: onX Hunt App Watch all Spring Thunder videos here . More Realtree turkey hunting . Follow Realtree on Facebook .


Aim with Confidence: 5 Tips for Rifle Shooting Accuracy

Editor's note: Guns and Camo guest blogger Joe Arterburn is a self-proclaimed "Plainsman," living and writing on guns, shooting and hunting from his home in Nebraska. Confidence in your rifle – and yourself – goes a long way toward shooting proficiency. Here are a handful of tips to help build...


Congressman Introduces Bill to Ban Grizzly Bear Hunting

According to a recent press release from the Sportsmen’s Alliance, Congressman Raul Grijalva (D-AZ), recently introduced legislation (HR 2532) that would ban grizzly bear hunting. It would affect every state except Alaska. It completely forbids hunting by sportsmen. “Grijalva, who chairs the House Resources Committee, is a frequent author of...


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Realtree United Country Spotlight: New York, Tennessee, Missouri, Idaho and Arizona Hunting Land for Sale

Realtree United Country Hunting Properties is pleased to announce a new partnership that will provide a resource to the hunter seeking hunting land of their own. This is the second installment of a bi-weekly spotlight. Check out the showcasing of properties below. You may also go to RealtreeUC.com to see...


Mess Hall Mixtures: 5 Food Plot Combos for Full-Season Attraction

Who doesn’t like seeing – and shooting – more and bigger deer? Ultimately, that’s the purpose of a food plot. Holding deer on your hunting ground throughout the season protects them from neighboring hunting pressure, and that helps to improve the herd’s age structure and increases your own odds of...


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10 Archery Mistakes That Can Result in Injury or Death

Mistakes. We all make them. But these are the types of mistakes you don’t ever want to make. Sure, you or whoever is affected might come back from it. But you (or they) might not. Take precautions and use common sense to prevent these 10 things from happening to you...


Midwest Whitetail: Micro-Plot Update, Camera Tips

Ever planted a poor man's plot? Want to know more about it? Bill Winke gives insight on it in this episode of "Midwest Whitetail." He gives specifics on fertilizer, pelletized lime and the details on planting a micro plot. Jared Mills discusses different trail-camera tips. He then goes into detail...


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5 Things You Need to Know Before Introducing a Woman to Bowhunting

Of archery’s recent popularity surges, perhaps the most prevalent is women joining us on the archery range and in the bowhunting woods. It’s a powerful movement and one the hunting industry needs. In the past decade, I’ve had the privilege of introducing my mother, sister and wife (then girlfriend) to...


Whitetail TV: Blades and Flyers Confirmed Dead

"Whitetail TV" welcomes Owen Reigler to the team. Hailing from southern Iowa, he knows big deer. He lives in an area where they're very common, and his footage shows it. In his debut, he discusses some of the bucks that made it through the 2018-19 season. He also talks about...


Is Your Budget Ready to Buy Hunting Land?

It’s gotten harder to find the perfect piece of hunting property, but it’s far from impossible. Realtree United Country’s land pros are here to represent avid hunters and prospective land buyers, but investing in property is a big decision – and there some gut-check questions to ask of yourself before...


Find Land: 7 Ways to Get Permission to Hunt Private Property

One spring turkey season ends and another will begin soon enough. Deer. Duck. Fall turkeys. You name it. One common complaint by those who hunt less or even quit is the lack of hunting access. Truth is, you might have to work for it these days. Stay humble, put in...


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Backpack Hunting Public-Land Turkeys

Eastern hunters sometimes view terrorized turkeys as a net positive. Egos are inflated by the belief that “my gobbler is smarter than yours.” Truth is, turkeys are turkeys, and whether or not they’re “call-shy” is influenced more heavily by repeated conditioning than genetics. But I’m not too proud to admit...


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