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Should Shoot-N-Scoot Turkey Hunting Be Allowed

Should Shoot-N-Scoot Turkey Hunting Be Allowed?

If you’re a hunter, one of the most anticipated sounds of spring is the thunderous gobble of a mature tom turkey. The hunter would call seductively, trying to imitate a hen to lure a bearded bird into range.
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How to Stay Safe in Turkey Hunting on Public Land

How to Stay Safe in Turkey Hunting on Public Land

Discover how to stay safe in public turkey hunting. Ranging from knowing boundaries, asking questions, and keeping distance, to becoming a weekend warrior, this post will show you effective techniques to keep you safe. Use these tips to start a safe and successful turkey hunting on public land!
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Hunt with a Partner in Spring Turkey Season

Why Hunt with a Partner in Spring Turkey Season

Learn why hunt with a partner! Including receiving help, building camaraderie, mentoring young hunters, and sharing with family, this post will demonstrate the benefits of a partner, though we also need to pay attention to maneuvering. Read our post now and start your turkey hunt with a partner!
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How To Hunt Turkeys from A Ground Blind

Just getting into Turkey hunting and need some tips on hunting these birds from the ground? In this blog I will go through some tips and tricks I used learning how to hunt these sometimes tricky birds.
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Planting Food Plots for Whitetail Deer

Five Tips for Planting Food Plots for Whitetail Deer

Any serious whitetail hunter will tell you that chasing trophy whitetail is a year-round job. From mineral sites to keeping tree stands prepped, there is a lot to do in the off-season. One of the most important things you can do is provide your local herd with a quality food source year-round.
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Tips to Use a Grunt Call for Deer Hunting

Tips to Use a Grunt Call for Deer Hunting

If you hunt deer long enough, you will come across a time when you have a buck just out of range and would do anything to get him to come your way.
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How to Train My Puppy to Waterfowl Hunting Retriever

How to Train My Puppy to Waterfowl Hunting Retriever

Most waterfowl hunters know that a well-trained hunting dog can be a real asset and make waterfowl hunting both easier and more rewarding. However, there is a lot that goes into training a puppy for them to be a great hunting dog.
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How to Stay Warm When Hunting During Cold Sits

How to Stay Warm When Hunting During Cold Sits

Late-season hunting provides one final opportunity for deer hunters to punch their tags and fill their freezer. It is no secret that the more time you can put in the woods, the more likely you will fill that tag. One problem is the late fall and winter can be cold, bitter cold.
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Five Great Tips for a New Whitetail Hunter

Having a love and a passion for the outdoors goes a long way to having success in the field. In fact, the more time you spend in the field, the less you gauge your success upon harvesting an animal.
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Ethics of Waterfowl Hunting You Should Learn

Be Courteous at the ramp and show up on time; this can delay and spoil other people's hunts! If another person invites you and they take you to a spot on public land, don't go back to their spot unless you ask first. Know your rules! Last, remember you're an ambassador of the sport, and one bad apple can spoil it for us all!
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5 Lessons I Wish I Had Learned in Bowhunting

I've shot bows since I could hold one. However, it wasn't a passion until 12 years ago. That thought still crosses my mind from time to time. I've learned a lot of lessons the hard way. Overall, there are five lessons I've learned that stand out.
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The Perfect Decoy Spreads: On The X or Not

Have you ever put out a decoy spread and thought to yourself, this is the best-looking spread ever? I think every waterfowl has at least once in their life. There are many spreads to run: big water, potholes, fields, shore, combos, rivers, creeks, open water, and many more!
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