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Trail Camera Review: The Spartan Go Cam

Cellular trail cameras are extremely beneficial for scouting whitetails. They might just be the most revolutionary scouting tool ever invented. Here we discuss the Spartan Go Cam in Realtree camo. Check out what we have to say on the new product. Don't Miss: 13 Crazy Trail Camera Photos Are you...


How to Hunt Big Woods Whitetail Deer

Big-woods deer hunting can be a monstrous task. There are certain things to do and things to avoid when pursuing whitetails in expansive stretches of timber. In this video, we break down the topic and hit some of the more important to-do's when chasing deer in this tough terrain. Don't...


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6 Reasons Your Turkey Hunting Buddy Won't Kill a Bird This Spring

There are turkey hunters and there are turkey hunters. Some are deer or duck hunters looking for something to do in spring. Some prefer bass or trout over gobblers, but go out to do "something" other than sitting on the couch watching The Walking Dead reruns. That's cool. It's all...


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Tungsten Super Shot (TSS) for Turkey Hunting

I killed my first turkey with an old Savage double-barrel 20-gauge shooting a 2¾ inch, No. 6 high brass pheasant load. Following a 70-yard standoff where the tom strutted, gobbled, and finally began inching closer after what seemed like an eternity, I pulled the trigger and killed him dead as...


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5 Quick Tips for Hunting Merriam's Turkeys

Eventually, most hardcore wild turkey hunters venture out West in pursuit of the Merriam's subspecies. Check out these turkey blog tips on how to make the trip successful.


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2019 ATA Show: Best New Hunting Clothing Apparel in Realtree Camo

Bill Jordan revolutionized the hunting culture when he introduced Realtree camouflage more than 30 years ago. Since then, it’s only gotten better with each new pattern he created. Today, Realtree patterns can be found on virtually all of the big-name hunting clothing and apparel brands. Here is but a small...


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2019 ATA Show: The Best Treestand Safety Harnesses

Treestand harnesses are arguably the most important piece of gear when hunting from elevated positions. Treestand falls account for more injuries than any other in hunting. It doesn’t have to be dangerous, but you inherently increase your risk of injury or death by not wearing one. Do yourself and your...


Waterfowling Optimism: They're Coming

Seventy degrees in December. I thought this had to be some sort of record. “ Duck season ain’t happening this year” is a phrase heard in diners from Stuttgart to Tunica. I always attempt optimism, but after a while, it becomes difficult to argue with fact. Somewhere sitting in limbo...


Avoid These Waterfowl Shooting Mistakes

You can make countless shooting mistakes while hunting ducks and geese . Some are fairly innocent. Others, however, can cause friction in the blind or hamper your performance. Let’s look at some often-overlooked fails and how to fix them. Shooting While Sitting When You Don’t Have To Sometimes, you cannot...


Waterfowl Action Slow in Mississippi Flyway

Date: Jan. 10 Location: southern portion of the flyway Major Weather Trends Unseasonably wet and warm conditions have Southern Mississippi Flyway duck hunters in a late-season funk. Many birds remain north of their usual January haunts, and abundant water has spread out the already stale ducks in the South. “I...


Ways to Scout for Waterfowl When You Can't Be in the Field

There’s no substitute for in-field scouting. Keeping tabs on waterfowl movements and knowing exactly where to be each time you hunt is more than half the battle of being successful. But jobs, families and other obligations prevent most people from hunting every day or driving around each evening to locate...


Shoot More Mallards

From Minnesota to Louisiana, most duck hunters want mallards. Oh, they don’t mind other ducks. In fact, they welcome swift teal, eager gadwall and twisting, turning divers. But if you polled everyone with a duck stamp, a clear top duck would soon emerge: Anas platyrhynchos , the mallard. Degree of...


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