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pheasant hunting

Pheasant Hunting Guide 

When fall rolls around hunters start to get excited about exploring the woods to hunt for game. For many, that excitement is about big game hunting, they can envision deer coming to their stands, or the sound of an Elk bugling back to their calls. However, there is a small percentage of hunters, like myself, […]

Scoring A Buck

Scoring A Buck

You don’t have to spend time scoring a buck to impress your pals. Just meet them at the bar, buy them a round of drinks, and tell themhow you brought home that trophy-winner. Even if they’re not excited over your accomplishment, they’ll feel obligated to go with you on the journey in consideration of the […]

duck hunting

Duck Hunting Guide

It’s a Saturday morning, about 6:45 AM. I’m sitting in my homemade duck blind. It’s basically a lean-to made from an uprooted tree, some dead limbs, and evergreen branches. Ahead of me are a dozen or so duck hunting decoys, to the left of me is a thermos full of coffee. I have my dog […]

rabbit hunting

Rabbit Hunting Guide

In most parts of the country rabbit hunting is the longest game season; going from early fall into the winter months. So, you are able to bag some game long after you hang up your bow and pack out your treestand.  Rabbit hunting is a two-fold sport to me. I am an avid hunter and […]

handgun hunting

Introduction To Handgun Hunting

By Guy J. Sagi Consistent success when hunting with a handgun takes an unusual orchestration of skill, knowledge, and patience. However, decades of expertise are not a prerequisite for handgun hunting. Thousands of first-timers fill big-game tags annually with their shorter-than-traditional guns and, for many, the attraction is more than just the added challenge. Handgun […]