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  • Online auction site pairs hunters with hunting grounds - Omaha World-Herald

    HUNTING NEWS - Google News
    20 Dec 2014 | 11:07 pm
    Online auction site pairs hunters with hunting groundsOmaha World-HeraldThe site uses software originally designed to auction farm leases, an idea that didn't pan out. But it works well for the tricky process of matching hunters with viable hunting grounds. It's a small part of Farmers National's business but one that
  • All Outdoors: Muzzleloader deer hunting in full swing

    Hunting News
    21 Dec 2014 | 2:49 am
    Stage three of the whitetail deer hunting season, primitive weapons, or muzzleloaders if you prefer, is in full swing with deer sightings and shots taken becoming more frequent. The age and rack size of Massachusetts bucks downed still leads New England and New York when compared to land mass available, but the total harvest will be minuscule in comparison.
  • Friday Morning Mashup 12/19/14

    Wired To Hunt
    Mark Kenyon
    19 Dec 2014 | 10:03 am
    By Mark Kenyon We’re moving into the final days of the 2014 whitetail season and it’s a strange feeling. There’s such a build up through the year and then the season arrives and then passes in a seeming flash. And here we are, on the back side, with 2015 staring us straight in the face. Crazy. […]
  • 18 Dec 2014 | 10:32 am

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    zenhunter
    18 Dec 2014 | 10:32 am
    Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas, and hope that the holidays find you in happy places, whether at home with family and friends, or out in the field enjoying the generous wonders of nature.
  • How to identify the best property management firms for your estate

    Hunt Smart
    Rowan
    15 Dec 2014 | 6:55 pm
    When investors put up investments, they look forward to getting the highest returns from them year after year. The anticipation has always been for the investment to appreciate fast, break even, and generate as much profitability as possible. However, these expectations can easily be curtailed if you fail to select the right management firm. Here are some of the most useful tips that you should use to select property management firms. Look for a firm that is run professionally. Because you have very many houses, the method of monitoring rent payment, countering defaults, maintenance, and cost…
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    HUNTING NEWS - Google News

  • Online auction site pairs hunters with hunting grounds - Omaha World-Herald

    20 Dec 2014 | 11:07 pm
    Online auction site pairs hunters with hunting groundsOmaha World-HeraldThe site uses software originally designed to auction farm leases, an idea that didn't pan out. But it works well for the tricky process of matching hunters with viable hunting grounds. It's a small part of Farmers National's business but one that
  • New York high school senior prevails in fight to pose with gun in yearbook photo - Fox News

    20 Dec 2014 | 10:52 pm
    Fox NewsNew York high school senior prevails in fight to pose with gun in yearbook photoFox NewsAnd they are like, 'Because there's a gun in it,' And I'm like, 'But it's a hunting rifle. I'm wearing camo. I have my dog with me,'” Rorick told WTEN-TV. “I was ready to cry. I didn't know what I was going to do. The only thing I thought to do was High school student gets portrait with hunting rifle into yearbook despite Yahoo NewsA High School Student In Upstate New York Fought To Pose With Her Rifle In A Uproxxall 10 news articles »
  • Deer hunting provides excitement for MSU's Demi Blaker - SunHerald.com

    20 Dec 2014 | 9:38 pm
    SunHerald.comDeer hunting provides excitement for MSU's Demi BlakerSunHerald.comDeer hunting has become a favorite hobby for Mississippi State softball player Demi Blaker. The former Our Lady Academy standout harvested a 100-pound, anterless doe in Stone County, using a 7 mm-0.8. Blaker began deer hunting last year with her father
  • With Black Wolf Hunting Club, Eric Morris tries to introduce sport to more ... - Kansas City Star

    20 Dec 2014 | 8:23 pm
    With Black Wolf Hunting Club, Eric Morris tries to introduce sport to more Kansas City StarMoments like this are what Eric Morris had in mind when he founded the Black Wolf Hunting Club. He set out with the goal of attracting African-Americans to hunting, an ambitious goal considering that federal surveys show that less than 5 percent of all ...and more »
  • Hunting guide accidentally shot by 12-year-old in Cache County - KSL.com

    20 Dec 2014 | 8:06 pm
    Deseret NewsHunting guide accidentally shot by 12-year-old in Cache CountyKSL.comPARADISE, Cache County — A Willard man was badly injured after he was shot while helping a group hunt pheasants Saturday at the Sportsman's Paradise Hunting Club. It is the second hunting accident in the area this week, as a Syracuse man was killed ...Willard hunting guide shot while accompanying hunters in Cache CountyDeseret News12-year-old boy accidentally shoots hunting guide, police sayfox13now.com12-year-old boy accidentally shoots hunting guideWGN-TVSalt Lake Tribune -Cache Valley…
 
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  • All Outdoors: Muzzleloader deer hunting in full swing

    21 Dec 2014 | 2:49 am
    Stage three of the whitetail deer hunting season, primitive weapons, or muzzleloaders if you prefer, is in full swing with deer sightings and shots taken becoming more frequent. The age and rack size of Massachusetts bucks downed still leads New England and New York when compared to land mass available, but the total harvest will be minuscule in comparison.
  • Driftwood outdoors: State explores allowing high-powered rifles

    20 Dec 2014 | 10:06 am
    A caveat of hunting in Indiana with a firearm is that it's primarily a shotgun and muzzleloader state, with certain short-range rifles also allowed. This may change in the near future, though, as the Indiana Natural Resources Commission explores the option of legalizing high-powered rifles.
  • Police log - Dec. 19, 2014

    20 Dec 2014 | 5:46 am
    An arrest is merely an accusation. All suspects should be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
  • Texas Game Warden Notes: 'I'm Sure Glad to See You'

    20 Dec 2014 | 1:27 am
    The warden searched several deer camps and found evidence of blood at an unoccupied camp. There, the warden observed that the hunter had made an effort to rake up the remaining debris and place it in a nearby burn barrel.
  • WIlmington teen kills second-largest bear ever in North Carolina

    19 Dec 2014 | 9:17 pm
    David Honeycutt Jr. killed this 784-pound black bear -- the second-heaviest ever killed in North Carolina -- on a Thursday morning hunt in Hyde County. A 16-year-old Wilmington hunter took the second-largest bear in North Carolina history on Thursday in Hyde County on his first bear hunt.
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    Wired To Hunt

  • Friday Morning Mashup 12/19/14

    Mark Kenyon
    19 Dec 2014 | 10:03 am
    By Mark Kenyon We’re moving into the final days of the 2014 whitetail season and it’s a strange feeling. There’s such a build up through the year and then the season arrives and then passes in a seeming flash. And here we are, on the back side, with 2015 staring us straight in the face. Crazy. […]
  • The Wired To Hunt Podcast – Episode #36: Expert Late Season Hunting Tactics w/Don Higgins

    Mark Kenyon
    18 Dec 2014 | 10:32 am
    Today on the show Dan and I are joined by avid big buck hunter and outdoor writer Don Higgins and we’re discussing late season hunting tactics. Additionally, we’re also announcing our biggest giveaway of the year, for which there will be 17 winners! So be sure to listen to that announcement at the end of […]
  • A Fascinating Look At How Compound Bows Are Made

    Mark Kenyon
    18 Dec 2014 | 8:24 am
    By Mark Kenyon I’m guilty of being sucked into the rabbit hole of Facebook far too often, getting further and further distracted until I finally look at a clock, realize an hour has passed, and then can’t remember what I was trying to do in the first place. Facebook is the place that productivity goes […]
  • Gear Review: Nose Jammer

    Mark Kenyon
    17 Dec 2014 | 3:00 am
    By Mark Kenyon It had to be a scam. At least that’s what I figured when I first heard about Nose Jammer. I mean seriously, an aerosol can that sprays a substance that would supposedly “jam” up a deer’s nose? Unlikely. It seemed to me that Nose Jammer was just another in a long line […]
  • Gear Review: Redneck Outdoors Portable Hunting Chair

    Mark Kenyon
    16 Dec 2014 | 6:09 am
    By Mark Kenyon At first glance, a chair might not seem like an exciting piece of new hunting gear, surely not something worth devoting ink to. I mean, come on, it’s a chair. But today that’s not the case. Unlike most other three or four legged platforms for our butts, the Redneck Outdoors Portable Hunting […]
 
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  • 18 Dec 2014 | 10:32 am

    zenhunter
    18 Dec 2014 | 10:32 am
    Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas, and hope that the holidays find you in happy places, whether at home with family and friends, or out in the field enjoying the generous wonders of nature.
  • Home for the holidays

    zenhunter
    25 Nov 2014 | 11:01 am
    Our house amid the oaks is a wonderful place to be always, but especially during the holidays. The candle holders made from my little Iowa 8-point will add a special glow this year. I’m thankful for so much this Thanksgiving – Danielle, our boys, the wild boar meat in the freezer and the venison that’s on the way, work that I love, the better wisdom and reason that comes with age (that reminds me it’s not my circus, not my monkeys, not my clowns when drama both near and distant threatens to feng up my shui). I’m also thankful for the 6,000 who have viewed…
  • The Candelabra of Justice

    zenhunter
    16 Nov 2014 | 11:16 am
    Today I woke up in my own bed in Northern California, the first time in 12 days that a 5am alarm didn’t go off with 20 acres of Iowa clover fields and woods right outside. It was good to be home with Danielle and the girls – our two dogs and a cat – but part of me was still wanting to pull on two pairs of thermals, long-sleeve T-shirt, down vest, multiple pairs of socks, insulated boots, gloves, fleece headgear, heavy Scentblocker® jacket and pants and go climb a tree. The other part of me was happy to hit the snooze button and ponder recipes for the venison coming my way in three…
  • Shih-tzu as a hunting dog?

    zenhunter
    26 Oct 2014 | 3:05 pm
    Are you thinking what I’m thinking? I was lavishing some attention on Schatzie, the family duck dog, when the little Maltese/Shih-tzu mix puppy Abby intruded into our moment. Pet me! Aren’t I cute? Rub my belly! She demanded. Yeah, cute…but mostly useless. I was thinking of what a live wire she is, always wiggling and bouncing around, streaking around the yard, back and forth, never seeming to tire. She’s easy to spot out back, even in the dark, the bright white fur, contrasted with the rich black of her ears and mask… And then it hit me. A field of lifeless…
  • 9 Oct 2014 | 10:05 am

    zenhunter
    9 Oct 2014 | 10:05 am
    Most realistic deer decoy I’ve ever seen, and ScentBlocker® spray…we are ready for November!
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  • How to identify the best property management firms for your estate

    Rowan
    15 Dec 2014 | 6:55 pm
    When investors put up investments, they look forward to getting the highest returns from them year after year. The anticipation has always been for the investment to appreciate fast, break even, and generate as much profitability as possible. However, these expectations can easily be curtailed if you fail to select the right management firm. Here are some of the most useful tips that you should use to select property management firms. Look for a firm that is run professionally. Because you have very many houses, the method of monitoring rent payment, countering defaults, maintenance, and cost…
  • Why Residential property Development Is on Demand

    Rowan
    20 Nov 2014 | 5:40 pm
    In the recent past, property business has become lucrative. Many people are buying property and developing them. As a consequence of such development, they make high profits in form of capital gains. In most countries capital gain is not taxed and as a result, such investors make high profits and become rich overnight. Many people have come to realize this and as a result, they have made considerable investment in this area in order to ensure that they take advantage of the billions of dollars that are being exchanged every other day. For project marketing Melbourne, just clik the…
  • The Process of Finding and Buying A Home

    Rowan
    29 Sep 2014 | 11:13 pm
    You might be looking to buy your first home or you could be buying your third or fourth, whatever the case may be moving into a new home is an exciting time. But with that excitement can come a lot of doubts and questions that need to be answered. A lot has to happen to go from dreaming of a home to finishing the deal and this article will look at the main phases every buyer has to go through. Before you can buy a home you have to find out about it. That seems so simple that it doesn’t need to be explained but the search for homes has changed a lot over the years. There once was a time…
  • The Property Game

    Rowan
    24 Sep 2014 | 7:50 pm
    This is what owning properties means to some individuals, it is all one big game, playing around with millions of dollars and having more real estate than an actual agency has on their books. The amount of money involved so large that it makes a fortune in interest every half hour or so and just to speak to the person in charge means that you are wasting thousands of dollars a second, this type of money means they are used to getting their own way and sincerely believe that if they come across a problem that they can’t negotiate out of then throw enough money at it and it will go away.
  • Taking Care of your Elders

    Rowan
    23 Sep 2014 | 9:53 pm
    If you have elderly relatives, you usually want them to live in as much comfort as possible. After all, they raised your parents and may have raised you if your own parents wereincapable of caring for you. You owe them the right to live out the rest of their days in relative relaxation. Some less generous people may prefer to shove them in an ‘old folks’ retirement home and be done with them. That is to say, let the appointed caretakers deal with them until their demise. It’s a rotten way to treat family members but sometimes that’s just what…
 
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  • Hunting Shows 2015

    Hunting Legends
    3 Dec 2014 | 1:54 pm
    SHOWS 2015 It is show time again and as always Hunting Legends Africa is hard at work making sure your next hunt is more memorable than ever before. For the 2015 season we will be attending quite a number of Hunting Shows. The following shows is a must attend: January      8 – 11 Garden ...read more The post Hunting Shows 2015 appeared first on Hunting Legends Africa - Hunting in Africa.
  • New Merger Announced

    Phillip Mostert
    2 Dec 2014 | 2:59 am
    Over the past 8 years Bushmans Quiver has been fortunate in establishing a solid, valued relationship with some of the best, most highly-qualified individuals, and businesses in the safari industry. Our growth has been enhanced by these associations, and we have built a solid reputation for the Bushnmans Quiver brand that is well-respected on the ...read more The post New Merger Announced appeared first on Hunting Legends Africa - Hunting in Africa.
  • Scouting Pro

    Hunting Legends
    12 Mar 2014 | 6:47 am
    Hunting Legends is now the official distributors for the Scouting Pro in South Africa. The post Scouting Pro appeared first on Hunting Legends Africa - Hunting in Africa.
  • Buffalo Hunting

    Hunting Legends
    13 Dec 2013 | 11:16 pm
    Ever considered Buffalo Hunting in Southern Africa? click here >>BOOK YOUR BUFFALO HUNT TODAY!<< click here The African Buffalo (Syncerus caffer) was first described scientifically as a Boss caffer by Sparrman in 1779 and later in 1847 the genes Syncerus was created for it. The name caffer refers to the Arab word kafir and based ...read more The post Buffalo Hunting appeared first on Hunting Legends Africa - Hunting in Africa.
  • Buffalo Hunt with Sakhr Almulhem

    Hunting Legends
    4 Nov 2013 | 1:12 pm
    When Sakhr made his inquiry for a Buffalo Hunt with Hunting Legends, we got excited about him wanting to bring his kids along for their first African hunting Safari. The kids were awesome and even with their first time handling a rifle, they were perfect hunters. Dressed up and ready for the hunt they shot ...read more The post Buffalo Hunt with Sakhr Almulhem appeared first on Hunting Legends Africa - Hunting in Africa.
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  • Getting Rid of the After Turkey Dinner Blaahs

    Sue Sorenson
    3 Dec 2014 | 8:12 am
    Sitting around most of the morning feeling bogged down after overeating the past couple of days, I suddenly remembered I had a special cow elk permit burning a hole in my pocket. It was rather late in the morning when we decided to drag these old, out of shape bodies up the mountain and try to put some elk meat in the freezer! The day ended up being spectacular!… We are very thankful to live where we do… where country like this is right at our backdoor! I have till the end of the year to fill my tag… so the rest of the story is to be continued! The post Getting Rid of the…
  • Hunting Success

    Sue Sorenson
    15 Nov 2014 | 8:23 pm
    There have been some happy hunters out there this fall! Here’s a few pictures of our sons, Todd and Tom and their successful hunts…   Todd with his nice buck shot the last day of the season                   Tom with his first Nebraska Pronghorn                   Tom with his first Nebraska deer               Gary with his tender buck for the freezer!                 Sue is still looking for her first successful…
  • First Deer… Priceless

    Sue Sorenson
    15 Nov 2014 | 7:49 pm
    It was a special experience to be with our young friend Seth, when he killed his first deer. The excitement and sense of accomplishment is priceless! The cold rain and fog didn’t dampen this young man’s enthusiasm!               Seth had reason to feel good about his accomplishment… the weather was miserable, visibility was poor, the terrain was vertical… but the hunt was awesome! Here’s the video that tells the story   [vimeo]112092246[vimeo/]   The post First Deer… Priceless appeared first on Base Camp…
  • Final days of September

    Sue Sorenson
    12 Nov 2014 | 3:00 am
    Final day on the mountain                 This would be our last hunt of September 2014… so it was with a mixed feeling of sadness and anticipation that we made our way up the mountain. Things had gotten pretty hectic for Gary at work, and we didn’t know if it was going to work out for one more hunt… but last minute, on Monday September 29th after Gary got off work, we threw our gear together and headed out. There was just no way we could spend the last day of September moping around at home! Daylight was going fast by the time we…
  • Mama bear and cubs encounter

    Sue Sorenson
    6 Oct 2014 | 4:00 am
    I hunted hard during my Spring Bear hunt and never saw hide nor hair of a single bear. I did see a lot of elk… so it is a given that during our elk hunts we see a lot of bear! Here is a little footage of the mother bear and her two yearling cubs that we encountered as we were hiking out from our elk hunt on September 13th. Sure is a thrill to be so close!   The post Mama bear and cubs encounter appeared first on Base Camp Legends.
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  • Hunt Report – Stan Wiliamson, Ph.D.

    Marc Warnke
    18 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    Got Hunts? We do. - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Stan Wiliamson, Ph.D. Truly full-service hunt with absolutely great food, knowledgeable guide who paced the hunt well. Great accommodations. A great adventure. [Read more...] Hunt Report – Stan Wiliamson, Ph.D. Got Hunts? We do.
  • Hunt Report – Texas Scimitar Oryx

    Russ Meyer
    17 Dec 2014 | 1:27 pm
    Got Hunts? We do. - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Jared Griffith It was a great hunt and an awesome chance to Bowhunt with the legend Russ Meyer! [Read more...] Hunt Report – Texas Scimitar Oryx Got Hunts? We do.
  • End of Season Unguided Caribou Hunt Report

    Cory Glauner
    15 Dec 2014 | 8:00 am
    Got Hunts? We do. - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters 2014 Season – all seemed to go well. As with any season, there are those instances that we had guys come out of the field without animals, however the overall feel of the season was a great one. [Read more...] End of Season Unguided Caribou Hunt Report Got Hunts? We do.
  • OI Podcast #15 – Cory Glauner Founder of OI

    Marc Warnke
    12 Dec 2014 | 6:21 am
    Got Hunts? We do. - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Marc and Cory discuss how they met, the creation of Outdoors International, the reality of burnout, and using horses, mules and goats for packing. more »  Subscribe | Download Episode http://gothunts.com/wp-content/podcast/episode-15.mp3 OI Podcast #15 – Cory Glauner Founder of OI Got Hunts? We do.
  • Hunt Report – Jared Griffin’s Arctic Grizzly

    Russ Meyer
    9 Dec 2014 | 5:18 am
    Got Hunts? We do. - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Jared Griffith Russ my miracle worker put together the ultimate Grizzly hunt for me. The guide I had, Rick took it from there, and helped me fulfill a life long dream. Russ and Rick tag teamed this so perfect, I couldn’t think of a better hunt ever! [Read more...] Hunt Report – Jared Griffin’s Arctic Grizzly Got Hunts? We do.
 
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  • Must-See Slow-Motion Videos Show Bullet Impacts

    Editor
    21 Dec 2014 | 1:40 am
    Want to watch some very cool super-slow-motion videos of projectiles drilling bugholes and blasting through stuff? Then check out these videos from Remington’s R&D Center. We guarantee you’ll be entertained. You’ll find some truly amazing high-speed videography. Many video sequences are captured with ultra-high-speed cameras running hundreds of thousands of frames per second. This allows stunning slow-motion playback. You’ve no doubt heard the term “tack-driver”. Are there rifles that really drive tacks? Well Remington has given us something just as…
  • FREE Comprehensive Bullet Database — Bookmark It!

    Editor
    21 Dec 2014 | 1:30 am
    Here’s a valuable web resource our readers should bookmark for easy access in the future. ShootForum.com offers a vast Bullet Database, which includes over 3900 bullet designs in all. We counted nearly 200 different 6mm bullets! The bullet info comes from the makers of QuickLOAD Software. Access to the online database is FREE. Most database entries include Caliber, Manufacturer, Stated Bullet Weight, True Bullet Weight, Length, Sectional Density (SD), and Ballistic Coefficient. In many cases multiple BCs are provided for different velocity ranges. The coverage of the Bullet Database is…
  • Ultimate Gifts: Technoframes Ammo and Handgun Display Units

    Editor
    21 Dec 2014 | 1:20 am
    What do you get for the shooter “who has everything”? How about a custom-crafted, laser-engraved ammo display case. Technoframes produces a series of ultra-sleek Ammo display units, and high-tech pistol racks. The CNC-machined display boxes, fitted to your choice of cartridge, look great. There are many varieties to choose from, including wood, metal, and plexiglass. We like the fact that many of the boxes are lockable. Technoframes’ impressive billet-aluminum pistol racks, with magazine-style gun holders (fitted with Neodymium magnets in their bases) put ordinary plastic or…
  • Getting Started in Tactical Competitions

    Editor
    20 Dec 2014 | 12:37 pm
    Tactical matches are becoming more and more popular every season. Along with F-Class, the tactical discipline is one of the fastest-growing forms of competitive rifle shooting. Rich Emmons, one of the founders of the Precision Rifle Series (PRS), has written an insightful article about getting started in the tactical game. Here are highlights from Emmon’s PRS — Intro to Competition article. Precision Rifle Series — Intro to Competition by Rich Emmons, PRS President Tactical Shooting with a precision rifle is not like other disciplines, there is no set course of fire or…
  • Quick History of Silhouette Shooting

    Editor
    19 Dec 2014 | 10:30 pm
    The NRA Blog ran an feature on Silhouette shooting by NRA Silhouette Program Coordinator Jonathan Leighton. Here are selections from Leighton’s story: NRA Silhouette Shooting The loud crack from the bullet exiting the muzzle followed by an even louder ‘clang’ as you watch your target fly off the railing is really a true addiction for most Silhouette shooters. There is nothing better than shooting a game where you actually get to see your target react to the bullet. In my opinion, this is truly what makes this game so much fun. Metallic Silhouette — A Mexican Import…
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    Base Camp Legends

  • Getting Rid of the After Turkey Dinner Blaahs

    Sue Sorenson
    3 Dec 2014 | 8:12 am
    Sitting around most of the morning feeling bogged down after overeating the past couple of days, I suddenly remembered I had a special cow elk permit burning a hole in my pocket. It was rather late in the morning when we decided to drag these old, out of shape bodies up the mountain and try to put some elk meat in the freezer! The day ended up being spectacular!… We are very thankful to live where we do… where country like this is right at our backdoor! I have till the end of the year to fill my tag… so the rest of the story is to be continued! The post Getting Rid of the…
  • Hunting Success

    Sue Sorenson
    15 Nov 2014 | 8:23 pm
    There have been some happy hunters out there this fall! Here’s a few pictures of our sons, Todd and Tom and their successful hunts…   Todd with his nice buck shot the last day of the season                   Tom with his first Nebraska Pronghorn                   Tom with his first Nebraska deer               Gary with his tender buck for the freezer!                 Sue is still looking for her first successful…
  • First Deer… Priceless

    Sue Sorenson
    15 Nov 2014 | 7:49 pm
    It was a special experience to be with our young friend Seth, when he killed his first deer. The excitement and sense of accomplishment is priceless! The cold rain and fog didn’t dampen this young man’s enthusiasm!               Seth had reason to feel good about his accomplishment… the weather was miserable, visibility was poor, the terrain was vertical… but the hunt was awesome! Here’s the video that tells the story   [vimeo]112092246[vimeo/]   The post First Deer… Priceless appeared first on Base Camp…
  • Final days of September

    Sue Sorenson
    12 Nov 2014 | 3:00 am
    Final day on the mountain                 This would be our last hunt of September 2014… so it was with a mixed feeling of sadness and anticipation that we made our way up the mountain. Things had gotten pretty hectic for Gary at work, and we didn’t know if it was going to work out for one more hunt… but last minute, on Monday September 29th after Gary got off work, we threw our gear together and headed out. There was just no way we could spend the last day of September moping around at home! Daylight was going fast by the time we…
  • Mama bear and cubs encounter

    Sue Sorenson
    6 Oct 2014 | 4:00 am
    I hunted hard during my Spring Bear hunt and never saw hide nor hair of a single bear. I did see a lot of elk… so it is a given that during our elk hunts we see a lot of bear! Here is a little footage of the mother bear and her two yearling cubs that we encountered as we were hiking out from our elk hunt on September 13th. Sure is a thrill to be so close!   The post Mama bear and cubs encounter appeared first on Base Camp Legends.
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  • Patton’s Taxidermy Shop

    Chris
    18 Dec 2014 | 6:01 am
    Patton’s Taxidermy Shop is a Loveland, Ohio taxidermist specializing in the taxidermy of Whitetail deer, boars, exotics, fish, upland game birds, skull mounts, camo dipping, and more. I have been doing taxidermy for 15 years I have won several ribbons at the Ohio Taxidermy Championships and I am also a certified Safari Club International Scorer. Company: Patton’s Taxidermy Shop Street: 849 Kenmar Dr City: Loveland State: Ohio Zip: 45140 Phone: 513-535-9067 Website: pattonstaxidermyshop.com Taxidermist Specializes in the Taxidermy of: Whitetail deer, boars, exotics, fish, upland…
  • Big Racks Taxidermy Studio

    Chris
    6 Dec 2014 | 4:00 am
    Big Racks Taxidermy Studio is a Ewing, Illinois taxidermist specializing in the taxidermy of ducks, turkey, birds, deer, waterfowl,goose Company: Big Racks Taxidermy Studio Street: 13888 Cyril James Rd City: Ewing State: Illinois Zip: 62836 Phone: 618-663-7598 Website: bigrackstaxidermystudio.com Taxidermist Specializes in the Taxidermy of: Whitetail Deer, and Waterfowl Leave a Review for this Taxidermist
  • Two ways to stay warm in the tree stand

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    7 Oct 2014 | 3:17 am
    The first thing you should do actually happens before you ever get to your tree stand – keep perspiration to a minimum. It’s no secret that perspiration has the greatest effect on whether we stay warm once we’re in the stand. If we perspire, the dampness cools rapidly and, in turn, cools your body that much quicker. Here are a few ways to keep perspiration to a minimum: Avoid caffeine and spicy foods These types of food can stimulate neurotransmitters called acetylcholine that sometimes affect sweat glands. Try to replace them with more bland foods, especially the day before a big…
  • Buck~n~Bull Taxidermy

    Chris
    7 Oct 2014 | 2:22 am
    Buck~n~Bull Taxidermy is a Thayne, Wyoming taxidermist specializing in the taxidermy of ELK, Mule Deer, Whitetail, Antelope Company: Buck~n~Bull Taxidermy Street: 446 Lincloln Lane, PO Box 852 City: Thayne State: Wyoming Zip: 83127 Phone: 307-220-2816 Website: www.bucknbulltaxidermyjvh.com Taxidermist Specializes in the Taxidermy of: Elk, Mule Deer, Whitetail, Antelope Leave a Review for this Taxidermist
  • 10 Gauge Outfitters

    Jason Gill
    4 Sep 2014 | 3:41 pm
    10 Gauge Outfitters is a Andover, Kansas outfitter and hunting guide specializes in Kansas Whitetail Deer, Turkey, predator and Pheasant hunts. Company: 10 Gauge Outfitters Street: 1920 Remington Circle City: Andover State: Kansas Zip: 67002 Phone: 316-680-4274 Website: www.10gaugeoutfitters.com Outfitter Specializes in Guided Hunts of: Whitetail Deer, Turkey, predator and Pheasant hunts If You’ve Used this Outfitter, Leave a Review
 
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    A Man in the Woods

  • A Man in the Woods Word of the Day: Gutaminate

    18 Dec 2014 | 10:39 am
    gutaminategu·tam·i·nate(ga-ˈta-mə-ˌnāt)transitive verb: to make (something) dangerous, dirty, inedible or impure by cutting with a knife previously used to field dress an animal which may not have been adequately washed.Examples of GUTAMINATE"Dude, you just gutaminated my sandwich!  When was the last time you washed that knife?"Origin of GUTAMINATEMiddle Texan, from Recneckian gutaminatus, past participle of gutaminare;First Known Use: early 21st century++++A Man in the Woods
  • For all the Cops, Police and Members of Law Enforcement out there.... THANK YOU!

    11 Dec 2014 | 3:15 pm
    This blog entry has nothing to do with hunting or fishing.It has everything to do with being a human, being ethical, doing what is right, staying out of trouble and saying thanks to those few individuals in our society who do what they can to protect us.Below is an embedded YouTube video.  It is a compilation of several cops getting hit, punched, set on fire, run over, kicked in the head, shot in the chest and even shot, execution style, in the head.It is disturbing. It is graphic.It is not fun to watch (well, the end of the video is when some of the useless bags of excrement get taken…
  • How to Sell an Unwanted Car on Craigslist as Quickly as Possible

    20 Nov 2014 | 6:49 am
    As I've shared in the past, I live a bit of a double life.  White collared, card-carrying member of the rat-race by day, skinner of squirrels and killer of pigs by night. My weekend car is a 1999 beautiful, red, beat-up Chevy Silverado pick-up with 185,000 miles on it.  I love this truck and to my recollection, it has only let me down once (story to come).  Many a good times have been spent in and as a result of this truck.  My daily driver/beater is a 15 year old Volvo S80 4 door sedan with 150,000 miles on it.  I'm not proud that I drive a European car / Volvo but…
  • An Ice Chest in the Kitchen: Idiot-proof Method for Cooking a Perfect Venison Roast

    5 Nov 2014 | 10:37 am
    Field & Stream recently had an interesting article on cooking wild game in a cooler or ice chest. The article went into a bunch of history and the French roots of the method.  This all sounded rather prissy yet while the French are, in general, really crappy at defending themselves, they CAN cook.Always up for something different, I thought I'd give it a try.  To say it exceeded my expectations would be an understatement.Most venison roasts I have prepared are tasty but tend to either (i) fall apart whether it was over indirect heat on the grill (wrapped in foil) or in a crock…
  • Alternative Uses for Children: Spotters

    30 Oct 2014 | 9:21 am
    In general, I STRONGLY prefer "up close and personal" hunting .  To me, it is much more exciting to be within 10-50 yards (and sometimes 10-50 feet) of an animal where you need to watch every step you take, monitor every movement by them and yourself and constantly be aware of the wind direction versus sniping away from 500 yards while having to take the curvature of the earth into consideration.  Plus, closer range usually ensures a quick, humane kill due to better shot placement and delivered energy.It also helps to focus the mind if the creature has the propensity and ability to…
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  • Russian Rabbit Stampede

    20 Dec 2014 | 6:23 am
    As much of the country currently finds itself in a snowy deepfreeze, some of you might find some warmth in this wild GoPro footage of a snowmobiler herding rabbits somewhere deep in the Russian tundra. Whoopee ti yi yo, git along little bunnies!
  • Security Answers For Firearms In Vehicles

    20 Dec 2014 | 5:35 am
    For firearm owners the aspect of traveling with firearms is as common as taking your swim trunks on a Caribbean vacation. When leaving your firearms in your vehicle at a competition or when hunting how do you ensure their safety and guarantee they don’t fall into the wrong hands?
  • Fixed And Deadly Broadheads

    20 Dec 2014 | 4:13 am
    My heart practically fell out of my chest when the bull's massive head and antlers popped into view only 12 steps away, but then quickly turned and disappeared below a cut in the terrain.
  • Color-Coded Fox Hunting

    19 Dec 2014 | 12:21 pm
    While their appearance is similar, red and gray fox are as different as day and night.
  • The Long Journey To A Big Kansas Buck

    19 Dec 2014 | 10:24 am
    Growing Deer-TV's pro-staff team of Heath and Lindsey hit the road in search of big bucks in Kansas and Iowa. Their patience and perseverance pays off when Heath arrows a nice, big buck in Kansas Stay tuned to the end....Grant and Adam get a surprise on the way to their stand on a recent hunt.
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  • Italian Gun Grease Sponsored Shooter, Mike Sexton, Takes 3rd Place

    HL News
    20 Dec 2014 | 10:50 am
    Spring Hill, Tenn. (October 2014) - Italian Gun Grease (IGG) sponsored pro-team shooter, Mike Sexton, has had a successful two weeks competing for Italian Gun Grease. Sexton recently placed third in the Open Division at the 3GN Southwestern Regional, presented by Bushmaster, held on October 11 – 12, 2014 at Copperhead Creek Shooting Club in Marble Falls, TX.  In addition, he placed seventh in the Open Division at the Blue Ridge Mountain 3 Gun (BRM3G), held on October 16- 18, 2014 at Rockcastle Shooting Center in Park City, KY.   Mike Sexton at the 3GN Southwestern Regionals. The…
  • Making Practice Fun

    HL News
    19 Dec 2014 | 2:00 pm
    Whether you are shooting alone, with your buddies, your spouse or the kids, making shooting fun is what will keep everyone shooting longer. On a recent outing, Marjorie and I took two of our five kids out to an event held by Prairie Bowmen here in Lincoln, NE for an outdoor silhouette competition. We completed just half of the course, but we did have a great time and we got some practice in. We had been testing out set ups in the weeks prior to this event and this one day on the range really helped both of us realize we needed to fine tune our set ups. Marjorie increased her poundage and I…
  • Grant Provides Continuing Education Funding For Outdoor Communicators

    HL News
    19 Dec 2014 | 1:30 pm
    MISSOULA, Mont. – Outdoor Writers Association of America encourages outdoor communicators to submit applications for the 2015 John Madson Fellowship. Applications must be sent to the OWAA headquarters, postmarked no later than March 2, 2015. OWAA’s John Madson Fellowship provides funding to attend educational opportunities, including the OWAA annual conference. Educational programs do not have to be OWAA-organized programs. The Fellowship is open to OWAA members and non-members. The fellowship is funded through the John Madson Fellowship Fund, an endowment composed primarily of…
  • Safari Club International’s Place In The Outdoor Industry December 2014

    HL News
    19 Dec 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Nelson Freeman What if you found out that there was a hunting organization that protects hunters’ rights around the globe, promotes sound science-based conservation policies and has a strong humanitarian service committed to helping others in need and educating about hunting and its relationship to conservation? Would you have a guess at what the name of this organization would be? Or would you even believe that such an organization already exists? So you may have rattled off a few guesses in your mind already, but the answer is Safari Club International. SCI often operates as a…
  • NRA Donates $50,000 To The Harrisburg, PA Police Department

    HL News
    19 Dec 2014 | 12:30 pm
    NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA Incorporated 1871 11250 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax, VA 22030 FAIRFAX, Va. – The National Rifle Association is pleased to announce the donation of $50,000 (from the NRA Foundation) to the Harrisburg, PA Police Department for the purchase of a fully equipped Police Cruiser. A special check presentation will take place Thursday at 11:00am at the Hoffman Ford dealership on Jonestown Road in Harrisburg. “The people of Central Pennsylvania were very supportive this February when the NRA launched the Great American Outdoor Show,” said NRA General Operations…
 
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  • New Video: Great Beginning Archery Tips for Women

    Alan Clemons
    20 Dec 2014 | 3:00 am
    Click the photo to learn more …City Roots to Hunting Boots blogger Kristen Schmitt spent the last year immersing herself in the world of archery and hunting and now she wants to inspire other women to do the same. Her new DVD, Beginner’s Guide to Archery: For Women, features instructional segments on archery lessons, finding a bow that fits your body, practicing and the locavore movement, all developed specifically with women in mind.The DVD is available now at this link.“I’m really excited to see the final product and share it with anyone else who is curious to try,”…
  • Video: Graphic Bloodtrail in Snow from Late-Season Deer Hunt

    D&#38;DH Editor Dan Schmidt
    19 Dec 2014 | 1:07 pm
    Warning: Graphic bloodtrail video where a hunter trailing a doe shot with a Rage two-blade broadhead.Does a whitetail’s internal chemistry make it harder to track and trail a wounded deer? Absolutely. That is why it’s important to understand deer behavior and physiology before heading to the woods this fall.According to Deer & Deer Hunting magazine Field Editor Dr. Phillip Bishop, increased adrenaline levels are what help deer put distance between themselves and their predators — especially when a deer is mortally wounded. This is important information to keep in mind when…
  • A Simple Key to Scent-Free Deer Hunting Success

    D&#38;DH Editor Dan Schmidt
    19 Dec 2014 | 11:28 am
    Deer & Deer Hunting Editor-in-Chief Dan Schmidt insists on taking a shower before every hunt. That way, he knows he’s doing everything in his power to keep deer from sensing his presence.Scent-free soaps, shampoo, sprays and other products are key to staying one step ahead of the whitetail’s keen nose.Deer are intelligent animals, but their intelligence is based purely on the instinctual reflexes of a prey species. In other words, they react – most often quickly and decisively – to out-of-place stimuli. It might be an odd odor, flash of white from a T-shirt, or subtle…
  • Video: Handgun Hunter Drops Deer in its Tracks?

    D&#38;DH Editor Dan Schmidt
    19 Dec 2014 | 8:49 am
    Dropping a deer dead in its tracks at 152 yards is an accomplishment for any whitetail hunter, but what about if you’re shooting a handgun?That’s what this shooter allegedly did in this video. Did he really pull it off? We’re not sure; he’s not responding, plus he didn’t include a recovery of the alleged kill.We’re not going to get into the controversies outside of the distance that’s shown in this video (there are a few that readily jump out). We’ll leave that up to you. All that aside, this is good fodder for some debate: What do you think…
  • New Gun Digest Book Explores Customization Options for AR-15

    Alan Clemons
    18 Dec 2014 | 11:00 am
    Whether you are new to AR-15 fandom or a lifelong enthusiast, Kevin Muramatsu’s new book, Gun Digest Guide to Customizing Your AR-15, is sure to inspire firearm owners to reexamine their gun’s potential and range. The book is now available at www.gundigeststore.com, Amazon, Barnes & Noble and most other major and specialty booksellers.Gun Digest Guide to Customizing Your AR-15 breaks down today’s complicated customization landscape, giving readers the definitive word on tricking out their firearm with accessories including pistol grips, barrels, lights and lasers, and much…
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  • AIMPOINT LAUNCHES NEW Carbine Optic (ACO)

    lickx
    17 Dec 2014 | 8:31 am
    New sight specifically designed for use on AR-15 and M4 carbine style rifles Chantilly, VA, October 20, 2014 – Aimpoint, the originator and global leader has announced the introduction of a fresh sight designed especially for modern sport rifles including the AR15. This new product, referred to as the Aimpoint Carbine Optic (ACO), enlarges upon the already proven layouts of the firm and focuses these attributes right into a higher quality, entry. This sight that was new was developed using the modern sport rifle owner at heart, as well as the ACO is able to mount and shoot right from…
  • AR-15 Accessories & Rifles Over-Saturated?

    lickx
    15 Dec 2014 | 11:59 am
    It all that seems like such a distant memory now, but two years ago Newtown, Connecticut, would witness a horrific scene as 20 year old Adam Lanza gunned down 20 students and six adults working at the Sandy Hook Elementary School with a military style rifle. After the tragedy on the 14th of December, President Obama and the Congress began to reform and apply additional restrictions on firearms that housed a high-capacity magazine. Due to the new government reform, many individuals feared a fully fledged ban would soon follow. This induced panic into many gun enthusiasts. Reports were heard of…
  • Valley MD: Carrying AR-15 rifle at Sky Harbor was about ‘liberty’

    lickx
    12 Dec 2014 | 1:48 pm
    Dr. Peter Steinmetz recalled asking his family if they thought it was a good idea to leave for the airport with an AR-15 rifle threw over his shoulder sometime in July. “‘I’m thinking of doing this. What do you think?'” the Valley man asked. “And they were like, ‘Do you think you’ll be arrested?’ And we said, ‘No, I don’t think that’s very probable.'” Dr. Steinmetz said he was at the air terminal openly displaying his rifle to make a point about freedom. In so doing, he said he exercised his constitutional civil rights by…
  • Ballistic Computer: RIANOV Eagle II

    lickx
    8 Dec 2014 | 7:52 am
    It is what many shooting enthusiasts have finally been waiting for RIANOV has recently introduced their new product from their range, named the ‘Eagle II’. The Eagle II is a small ballistic computing component device that can easily be mounted on the tops of rifle scopes and was most recently spotted being previewed at SOFIC 2014 in Tampa. This miniature yet fantastic robust computer is able to precisely calculate the exact range to your intended target and allows for the end user a real time ballistic solutions for windage and elevation and adjustments, accordingly. Not only that, but…
  • Trijicon Reflex Sight: Green Dot Reticles

    lickx
    5 Dec 2014 | 11:57 am
    Just when we all thought Trijicon’s Reflex line couldn’t get any better. Known for it’s well-established and robust group of sights, the company has really outdone itself this time by improving it’s line of sights even further. Exciting news for all enthusiasts out there, Trijicon has now offered their Reflex sight which comes with a green-dot reticle option, that is brand new for 2014. This is something a lot of firearm enthusiasts have been eagerly waiting for. According to a spokesman for Trijicon, the brand new reticle provides “an incredibly visible reference primarily for…
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  • Kimber Montana 308 Review

    Mark Griffin
    20 Dec 2014 | 9:41 am
    Kimber was the finest maker of brandishing rifles and guns, far superior to the American weapon creators of the brilliant age. Kimber utilized most current assembling engineering and grasped the most recent innovative work further bolstering their good fortune. The plant guaranteed exceptionally well gathering, fittings and impeccable completion of the weapon produced in that. They made no bargain with materials, gimmicks or, execution. Edge discharge rifles headed the way, emulated nearly by focus shoot rifles lastly guns. Shooters and seekers worldwide were pulled in by exemplary lines, the…
  • Prepare For Elk Hunting With Kimber Montana

    Mark Griffin
    16 Dec 2014 | 9:58 am
    The Kimber Montana Rifle is the first very light weight generation rifle that joins excellent outline, hand completing and the preferences of a Mauser hook extractor for genuine controlled round sustaining and extracting. Precision is guaranteed by the match grade drum, chamber plus trigger, alongside column padding on all makes and glass padding on rifles for any kind of large game gauges. Relish The Challenge Of Hunting With The Kimber Montana Rifle This rifle is designed in such a way that even though it weighs merely 6 pounds, it is intended for the individuals who relish the test of…
  • Vortex Viper PST 4-16×50 ffp Review

    Mark Griffin
    13 Dec 2014 | 4:21 am
                    Vortex Viper PST 4-16×50 FFP review expresses that this Riflescope is a Precision Shooting Tactical Riflescope conceived from the forward-intuition building. The Viper PST 4-16×50 Riflescopes can be grouped with top-level Riflescopes, however with a moderate cost. Get the same execution and peculiarities strategic shooters request at a sensible cost. Pick up sufficient windage and rise conformity with this Vortex Riflescope. The Viper PST 4-16×50 FFP permits precise, quick dialing of shots with its matching reticle and…
  • Schmidt And Bender 10×42 Review

    Mark Griffin
    27 Nov 2014 | 7:09 am
    Schmidt and Bender Rifles Scope is a best optics organization situated in Germany. Their history starts in 1957 with the advancement and assembling of Riflescopes, for chasing by moonlight. From that point forward, they have concentrated only on planning and creating exceptionally premium detection systems that strategic marksmen and hunters depend to manage the most troublesome of lighting and natural conditions. Effective missions frequently rely on your capacity to ad lib-adjust-succeed. Consider the compelling investment funds, hindrances & hardships persisted towards achieving…
  • Semi-Automatic Shotgun Specially Designed For Combat

    Mark Griffin
    27 Nov 2014 | 4:56 am
    The Benelli M4 Tactical Shotgun has truly earned the title – the first tactical shotgun. The Benelli M4 uses a semi-automatic operation first developed by the US Army Armaments Research called ARGO-Auto Regulating Gas Operated. Benelli’s version of ARGO utilizes only four parts, making it simple and extremely reliable. The Benelli M4 Tactical 11707 shotgun is a modular firearm, meaning the operator can easily replace various assemblies (Barrel, Butt stock & Forearm) without the use of tools. The US Marine Corps were looking for a shot gun that would match their requirement; Benelli…
 
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  • Hunt Report – Stan Wiliamson, Ph.D.

    Marc Warnke
    18 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    Got Hunts? We do. - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Stan Wiliamson, Ph.D. Truly full-service hunt with absolutely great food, knowledgeable guide who paced the hunt well. Great accommodations. A great adventure. [Read more...] Hunt Report – Stan Wiliamson, Ph.D. Got Hunts? We do.
  • Hunt Report – Texas Scimitar Oryx

    Russ Meyer
    17 Dec 2014 | 1:27 pm
    Got Hunts? We do. - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Jared Griffith It was a great hunt and an awesome chance to Bowhunt with the legend Russ Meyer! [Read more...] Hunt Report – Texas Scimitar Oryx Got Hunts? We do.
  • End of Season Unguided Caribou Hunt Report

    Cory Glauner
    15 Dec 2014 | 8:00 am
    Got Hunts? We do. - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters 2014 Season – all seemed to go well. As with any season, there are those instances that we had guys come out of the field without animals, however the overall feel of the season was a great one. [Read more...] End of Season Unguided Caribou Hunt Report Got Hunts? We do.
  • OI Podcast #15 – Cory Glauner Founder of OI

    Marc Warnke
    12 Dec 2014 | 6:21 am
    Got Hunts? We do. - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Marc and Cory discuss how they met, the creation of Outdoors International, the reality of burnout, and using horses, mules and goats for packing. more »  Subscribe | Download Episode http://gothunts.com/wp-content/podcast/episode-15.mp3 OI Podcast #15 – Cory Glauner Founder of OI Got Hunts? We do.
  • Hunt Report – Jared Griffin’s Arctic Grizzly

    Russ Meyer
    9 Dec 2014 | 5:18 am
    Got Hunts? We do. - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Jared Griffith Russ my miracle worker put together the ultimate Grizzly hunt for me. The guide I had, Rick took it from there, and helped me fulfill a life long dream. Russ and Rick tag teamed this so perfect, I couldn’t think of a better hunt ever! [Read more...] Hunt Report – Jared Griffin’s Arctic Grizzly Got Hunts? We do.
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