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Top 6 Waterfowling Boating Fails

Many days, waterfowl hunters are boaters. We use all types of crafts — skiffs, canoes, jon boats, deep-Vs and more — to access hotspots. Shoot, some days, we hunt from those rigs and stay in them all day. But now and then, we seemingly forget many cardinal rules of boating...


Tested: Realtree's Tyler Jordan Reviews the BOG CLD 3 Camo Shooting Tripod

Realtree's Tyler Jordan reviews the BOG CLD 3 Camo Shooting Tripod he used this spring while turkey hunting. This product frees your hands while the shotgun is mounted against your shoulder. Buy now: BOG CLD 3 Camo Shooting Tripod Also seen in the video: New Remington V3 Turkey Pro in...


Spring Thunder: Tough Late-Season Gobblers

It's the bottom of ninth as spring gobbler hunts go. Late-season hunting can be tough, but Phillip Culpepper and Michael Pitts stick with it and bag two Georgia longbeards. Go here for all Spring Thunder episodes this season . More Realtree turkey hunting . Follow Realtree on Facebook .


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5 Excuses and the Truth: Why You Missed Turkeys This Season

Missing turkeys is part of the game. All veteran turkey hunters have been there, and if you haven't yet, brace yourself. It hurts. Memories of that strutter stepping up into range – and the 10 inches of swinging beard running off after you pull your shotgun's trigger – will haunt...


Manitoba Trust Grant Will Help Delta Produce More Ducks

Delta Waterfowl was recently awarded $100,000 from Manitoba’s new Conservation Trust to build and install 500 Hen Houses in the province during Winter 2019-’20. The grant is one of the first round of projects approved through the $102 million trust. Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister and Sustainable Development Minister Rochelle Squires...


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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...


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...


5 Reasons You're Not Killing Ducks on Public Land

Public land: Those words carry a special weight when describing a hunt, especially in sometimes high-pressure world of waterfowling . Finding success at spots open to everyone — public water, wildlife areas, walk-in properties and others — can be challenging. (Thanks, Capt. Obvious.) Birds have been harassed, spots are burned...


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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Build Your Own: 7 Tips for an Ultimate Home Shooting Range

The old saying “practice makes perfect” is never truer than when it comes to shooting. But who has time to load up and run to the closest shooting range a few times per week? And once there, you get to deal with the constant crowds, the tactical Range Rambos, the...


Spring Thunder: 3 Merriam's Afternoon

The Realtree crew heads from Wyoming to eastern Montana with Michael Waddell and has one heck of a first afternoon of turkey hunting. Find more Spring Thunder videos here . Learn more : Top 5 Merriam's Turkey Hunting States Realtree turkey hunting . Follow Realtree on Facebook .


7 Tips to Lease Hunting Land on a Budget

Some hunters prefer to hunt public land. Others gain permission to hunt private. And some choose to hunt with outfitters. If you don’t like those three options, and you prefer to do the work yourself, you’ll have to lease or buy land. Maybe buying your own piece of hunting land...


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