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  • 4-alarm blaze devours warehouse in Hunting Park - WPVI-TV

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    28 Mar 2015 | 5:32 am
    WPVI-TV4-alarm blaze devours warehouse in Hunting ParkWPVI-TVIt was around 2:30 a.m. when crews were called out to the 2400 block of West Westmoreland Street. As firefighters began laying hoses and setting up ladders the smoke quickly thickened and began pouring out of windows on both the first and second floor.and more »
  • Talking turkey at the Maine legislature

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    28 Mar 2015 | 6:53 am
    We were talking turkeys at the legislature on Thursday, when the Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee hosted a hearing on LD 781, An Act to Eliminate Permits for Turkey Hunting and Expand Turkey Hunting, sponsored by Senator Tom Saviello at my request. My testimony, presented here, gives you a bit of history of these issues, along with justification for changes proposed in this bill.
  • Friday Morning Mashup 3/27/15

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    Mark Kenyon
    27 Mar 2015 | 6:57 am
    By Mark Kenyon Happy Friday folks! We’ve made it through another week and that means we’re seven days closer to the 2015 hunting season. In my humble opinion, that’s pretty darn good news. That said, there’s plenty of deer hunting goodies...
  • Top Ten Boone and Crockett Non Typical Bucks

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    12 Mar 2015 | 5:18 pm
    The post Top Ten Boone and Crockett Non Typical Bucks appeared first on Deerhuntingbigbucks.com. By Adam Doby The top ten Boone and Crockett non typical bucks are absolutely amazing and I wanted to share them with you here. Indiana and Kansas recently had a couple of 300″ bucks join the top ten(at this time they may be unofficial). I recently did a post “The Top Ten Boone and Crockett Typical Bucks” and I wanted to also do one on the top ten Boone and Crockett Non typical bucks. Hope you enjoy this unofficial list of the top ten Boone and Crockett non typical bucks. Top Ten Boone and…
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    Johann Reyneke
    23 Mar 2015 | 5:50 am
    Make contact with Hunting Legends International Hunting Legends has offices in the following countries: South Africa(For all African Operations including South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, Botswana, Zambia and the CAR (Central African Republic) United States of America Europe  Middle East Africa Offices HOME BASE: Valley of the Kings Thaba Motswere Thabazimbi Limpopo Stephan Van ...read more The post Contact Test Page appeared first on Hunting Legends Africa - Hunting in Africa.
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  • 4-alarm blaze devours warehouse in Hunting Park - WPVI-TV

    28 Mar 2015 | 5:32 am
    WPVI-TV4-alarm blaze devours warehouse in Hunting ParkWPVI-TVIt was around 2:30 a.m. when crews were called out to the 2400 block of West Westmoreland Street. As firefighters began laying hoses and setting up ladders the smoke quickly thickened and began pouring out of windows on both the first and second floor.and more »
  • Hunting bill reflects legislative unfairness - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

    28 Mar 2015 | 1:01 am
    Kennebec Journal & Morning SentinelHunting bill reflects legislative unfairnessKennebec Journal & Morning SentinelOn March 5, a bill titled “An Act To Designate a Youth Bear Hunting Day” (L.D. 399) was the subject of a hearing before the Legislature's Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee. Perhaps the purpose of the bill was to promote bonding between parent and ...
  • Foreclosure, unemployment and job hunting tips for taxpayers - St. George Daily Spectrum

    27 Mar 2015 | 8:51 pm
    St. George Daily SpectrumForeclosure, unemployment and job hunting tips for taxpayersSt. George Daily SpectrumPer information available on IRS.gov, job hunting expenses are tax-deductible as long as the taxpayer is searching for a job in his or her current occupational field. Expenses may include employment agency fees, preparing and mailing of résumés and travel.
  • Hear Rinella, hunting's most compelling voice - Green Bay Press Gazette

    27 Mar 2015 | 6:06 pm
    Green Bay Press GazetteHear Rinella, hunting's most compelling voiceGreen Bay Press GazetteIf scheduling talks and college courses were as simple as making haircut appointments, the University of Wisconsin-Madison would have brought in Steven Rinella to speak in mid-January to inspire people to take its online class about the role of hunting
  • Flooding Disrupts Hunting During Spring Turkey Season At Gores Landing - WUFT

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:36 pm
    WUFTFlooding Disrupts Hunting During Spring Turkey Season At Gores LandingWUFTThe closure overlaps with the spring turkey season, which only allows about a week to legally hunt bearded turkey or gobbler, from March 21-29, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. March is Florida's main turkey season.
 
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  • Talking turkey at the Maine legislature

    28 Mar 2015 | 6:53 am
    We were talking turkeys at the legislature on Thursday, when the Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee hosted a hearing on LD 781, An Act to Eliminate Permits for Turkey Hunting and Expand Turkey Hunting, sponsored by Senator Tom Saviello at my request. My testimony, presented here, gives you a bit of history of these issues, along with justification for changes proposed in this bill.
  • Wildlife and Parks considers duck zone boundary changes

    28 Mar 2015 | 2:33 am
    State biologists will be seeking public opinion on changing the boundaries of Kansas' duck hunting zones, according to Tom Bidrowski, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism waterfowl biologist. The input will be gathered by online surveys and public meetings.
  • Turkey hunting allowed at PTA this weekend

    27 Mar 2015 | 10:32 pm
    Training areas three and four, the Keamuku Training Area and the portion of training area two north of Saddle Road will be open for spring bearded turkey hunting only. All hunters are required to check in and out of one of the following check-in stations: Kilohana, located on Saddle Road between mile markers 43 and 44; Puu Huluhulu, located at the intersection of Mauna Kea Access Road and Saddle Road near mile marker 28; or Puu Anahulu, located on Mamalahoa Highway across from mile marker 14. Checkout time is no later than 7 p.m. each day and hunting passes will be provided at check-in…
  • Driftwood outdoors: Time to talk turkey hunting

    27 Mar 2015 | 6:23 pm
    By now, my neighbors are used to the strange sounds coming from my yard as I practice yelps, clucks, gobbles and kee-kees. The camouflage blind next to the house is something I'm sure they're ready to see go away, and to their sure delight it's moving to the turkey woods this weekend.
  • Flooding Disrupts Hunting During Spring Turkey Season At Gores Landing

    27 Mar 2015 | 2:13 pm
    Gores Landing Wildlife Management area is a popular place for turkey hunters to visit during the turkey season in March. Photo courtesy of Greg Workman.
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  • Friday Morning Mashup 3/27/15

    Mark Kenyon
    27 Mar 2015 | 6:57 am
    By Mark Kenyon Happy Friday folks! We’ve made it through another week and that means we’re seven days closer to the 2015 hunting season. In my humble opinion, that’s pretty darn good news. That said, there’s plenty of deer hunting goodies...
  • The Wired To Hunt Podcast- Episode #49: Making A Living in the Outdoor Industry w/ Andrew McKean of Outdoor Life

    Mark Kenyon
    26 Mar 2015 | 1:00 am
    Today on the show, we’re discussing a slightly different topic than usual. In this episode we’re joined by Outdoor Life Magazine Editor-in-Chief Andrew McKean and we’re discussing how to make a living in the outdoor industry. If you’ve ever dreamed...
  • Two Minute Read: Set Your Destination

    Mark Kenyon
    25 Mar 2015 | 11:22 am
    By Mark Kenyon Have you ever tried using the Google Maps app to navigate through town without setting an actual destination? Probably not. But if you have, you’ll know that it’s pretty much worthless. You’re not going to get turn-by-turn instructions. You’re...
  • The Whitetail Addict’s Monthly To-Do Checklist

    Mark Kenyon
    24 Mar 2015 | 6:25 am
    By Mark Kenyon If you’re serious about deer hunting, you probably already understand that this is a year-round deal. And if you didn’t know that, well, here’s your wake-up call. There’s something to do every month of the year related...
  • Stop Letting “Big Bucks” On TV Screw With Your Head

    Mark Kenyon
    23 Mar 2015 | 12:59 pm
    By Mark Kenyon Let’s get this out of the way right off the bat. If you’re basing your expectations and goals for the next deer hunting season simply based on what you see on TV, you’re in for a boatload...
 
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  • Top Ten Boone and Crockett Non Typical Bucks

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    12 Mar 2015 | 5:18 pm
    The post Top Ten Boone and Crockett Non Typical Bucks appeared first on Deerhuntingbigbucks.com. By Adam Doby The top ten Boone and Crockett non typical bucks are absolutely amazing and I wanted to share them with you here. Indiana and Kansas recently had a couple of 300″ bucks join the top ten(at this time they may be unofficial). I recently did a post “The Top Ten Boone and Crockett Typical Bucks” and I wanted to also do one on the top ten Boone and Crockett Non typical bucks. Hope you enjoy this unofficial list of the top ten Boone and Crockett non typical bucks. Top Ten Boone and…
  • Top Ten Boone and Crockett Typical Bucks

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    12 Mar 2015 | 5:11 pm
    The post Top Ten Boone and Crockett Typical Bucks appeared first on Deerhuntingbigbucks.com. By Adam Doby I was checking out the top ten Boone and Crockett typical bucks of all time and they are all just some amazing bucks. From the Milo Hanson buck to the John Breen buck they are all beautiful whitetail. I thought I would share the top ten Boone and Crockett typical bucks with you here. The Top Ten Boone and Crockett Typical Bucks Milo N. Hanson buck Score: 213 5/8 Location: Saskatchewan Year: 1993 A school bus driver had told locals of a huge buck feeding in Milo Hansen’s alfalfa…
  • New Deer Hunting Products

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    12 Mar 2015 | 5:09 pm
    The post New Deer Hunting Products appeared first on Deerhuntingbigbucks.com. There are some really cool new deer hunting products that are out for 2014. I saw a lot of different ones at the Monster Buck Classic in Topeka this past January and I have been wanting to share a few with you that I really like. New Deer Hunting Products INFERNOEPS™ Element Protection System- This was one of my favorite new deer hunting products I saw at the Monster Buck Classic. It is a back pack that you convert into a full body suit or system to hunt out of in extreme cold. It is light weight, very easy to…
  • Top 10 Whitetail Deer Hunting Videos

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    12 Mar 2015 | 5:06 pm
    The post Top 10 Whitetail Deer Hunting Videos appeared first on Deerhuntingbigbucks.com. Whitetail deer hunting videos can be tough to get when filming mature bucks. I was looking at whitetail deer hunting videos on YouTube and thought it would be fun to share my top 10 whitetail deer hunting videos. There are so many to choose from but these are a few of my favorites. Whitetail Deer Hunting Videos First on my whitetail deer hunting videos list would have to be one that I just happened to film. Some of you may have heard about a buck we were after we named “Horn Donkey”, he was a very…
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  • Contact Test Page

    Johann Reyneke
    23 Mar 2015 | 5:50 am
    Make contact with Hunting Legends International Hunting Legends has offices in the following countries: South Africa(For all African Operations including South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, Botswana, Zambia and the CAR (Central African Republic) United States of America Europe  Middle East Africa Offices HOME BASE: Valley of the Kings Thaba Motswere Thabazimbi Limpopo Stephan Van ...read more The post Contact Test Page 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

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    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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  • How Much Do You Really Know About Hunting?

    Cory Glauner
    27 Mar 2015 | 11:04 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Do you think you know alot about hunting? Well, take this quiz to find out if you’re really as knowledgeable as you thought you were…   How Much Do You Really Know About Hunting? GOTHUNTS
  • Caring for Mounts – Tips by Dan Catlin

    Cory Glauner
    27 Mar 2015 | 10:32 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters After an amazing adventure that ends in the collection of a trophy animal, most hunters want to have a taxidermist “Capture Your Memories”! Here at The Wildlife Gallery we specialize in just that. However, once the taxidermy work has been completed and the trophy is proudly displayed in your home, office, or trophy room, the […] Caring for Mounts – Tips by Dan Catlin GOTHUNTS
  • Marco Polo Sheep, the Grandest of the Grand

    Shad Wheeler
    25 Mar 2015 | 8:00 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Marco Polo Sheep hunting is something I find myself dreaming of quite often. I have a totally unrealistic dream of pursuing these incredible sheep with my bow, which I know if I ever get the chance, will probably result in one of the toughest hunts of my life. But hey, a guy can dream right? […] Marco Polo Sheep, the Grandest of the Grand GOTHUNTS
  • Jana Waller, Accidental Wolf Hunter

    Marc Warnke
    23 Mar 2015 | 6:56 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Wanna hear what Jim Janna’s hunting highlight of the year was? Here you go. We think you’ll enjoy their wolf encounter story. This is an excerpt from their podcast, which can be found here. […] “I’m excited about it as well. It’s all really good stuff. Let me ask you guys. If you’re like me, […] Jana Waller, Accidental Wolf Hunter GOTHUNTS
  • Trevor’s Final Hunt for Indigo

    Trevor Brittingham
    22 Mar 2015 | 4:54 pm
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters by Trevor Brittingham I recently returned from a late season whitetail hunt at Rancho Encantado in Dimmit County, Texas. What happened will go down in history as one of the greatest hunts of my life. I was hunting a buck that I’ve been chasing for the past five years. He’s a 14 year old legend […] Trevor’s Final Hunt for Indigo GOTHUNTS
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  • How It Works: Cut-Away Winchester Pump-Action Shotgun

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    28 Mar 2015 | 9:44 am
    Even wonder how a pump shotgun works? Then watch this fascinating video from MidwayUSA. The operation of a pump-action shotgun is illustrated with a special cut-away version of a Winchester Model 12. The shotgun has been modified to reveal the inner workings. This cut-away Model 12 still loads and ejects dummy shells, but you can see how the lugs, slides, locks, ramps, springs and other internal parts work. You’ll be amazed how complicated this old pump-gun is. (The Model 12, Winchester’s first hammerless shotgun, is one of the most popular scatterguns ever made. Over 2,000,000…
  • 3 Targets, 400 yards, 4.37 Seconds — Offhand

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    27 Mar 2015 | 9:59 am
    Jerry Miculek — that name is synonymous with revolvers. But Jerry is also one heck of a rifleman, as he demonstrates in this video. Three Shots Standing at 400 Yards in 4.37 Seconds For those of use who usually shoot from the bench, hitting a silhouette target at 400 yards from an standing position (unsupported) would be a big challenge. Here Jerry Miculek makes it look easy. In this video, Jerry hits not one but THREE c-zone targets at 400 yards. And — get this — he does this in under 4.4 seconds starting with his rifle laying on a support. It took Jerry two tries (on his…
  • Practice Varmint Hunting with Free Online Shooting Game

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    27 Mar 2015 | 7:18 am
    In most parts of the country it’s still too early for a prairie dog safari. Spring has barely sprung, and the critters haven’t come out to play. If you are missing the fun of a prairie dog hunt, here’s an arcade-type shooting game that lets you blast the critters to your heart’s content. Just use your mouse to move the crosshair and click to shoot. A hit on a can is worth one point, a hit on a prairie dog is worth two. Hint: Try re-centering the crosshair after each shot — that way you never have to move more than halfway across the screen when the p-dog pops up.
  • Transporting Firearms on Farm, Field, and Ranch Utility Vehicles

    Editor
    27 Mar 2015 | 4:33 am
    We know many of our readers live on farms or ranches. When driving around these properties you may want to keep a firearm handy for pest control or to deal with feral animals. If you live in the country, chances are good you have utility vehicles — such as ATVs, Gators or tractors — and transporting guns safely to allow for easy access is essential. In this video, American Handgunner magazine Editor Roy Huntington highlights some inexpensive solutions for safely transporting guns on various outdoor utility vehicles. Roy shows set-ups for an E-Z-Go Cart, a Honda 4×4 ATV, and a John…
  • If You Could Hunt Anything, Anywhere…. Where Would You Go?

    Editor
    26 Mar 2015 | 12:12 pm
    This article originally appeared in the Sierra Bullets Blog Get the Sierra Bullets tech staff together and you have an impressive brain trust, with a vast amount of knowledge about all things shooting- and hunting-related. We asked a variety of Sierra Bullets staffers, all avid hunters, about their favorite hunting venues. Here are their answers to the question: “If you could hunt anything, anywhere in the world, where would you go and what would you hunt?” Photo courtesy Kirabo Safaris, South Africa. Africa topped the list of “dream hunting locations” by a landslide. Canada…
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  • North Country Outfitters

    Chris
    28 Mar 2015 | 4:34 am
    North Country Outfitters is a Highbridge, Wisconsin outfitter and hunting guide who guided hunts for Black Bear, Coyote. The best hunting Northern Wisconsin has to offer, 100 % success rate since 2007. Company: North Country Outfitters Street: 38808 State Highway 13 City: Highbridge State: Wisconsin Zip: 54846 Phone: 715-292-4638 Website: http://www.norcooutfitters.com/ Outfitter Specializes in Guided Hunts of: Black Bear, Coyote If You’ve Used this Outfitter, Leave a Review
  • Wild West Wildlife Art Taxidermy Studio

    Jason Gill
    18 Feb 2015 | 3:54 pm
    Wild West Wildlife Art Taxidermy Studio is a Dairt, Oregon taxidermist specializing in all North American, African, Asian, South Pacific species, including birds, fish, skulls, rugs, tanning, and restoration work. Company: Weicks Taxidermy Unlimited Street: 24551 Highway 140E City: Dairt State: Oregon Zip: 97625 Phone: (541)545-6075 Taxidermist Specializes in the Taxidermy of: Deer, Antelope, Fish, Ducks, Turkey, Bear, Moose, Bass, Squirrel, Black Bear, Waterfowl, Coyote, Bobcat, Wolf, Skull, Mountain Lion, Elk, Mule Deer, Sheep, Wild Boar, Fox, Geese, Raccoon Leave a Review for this…
  • Wayne’s Taxidermy

    Jason Gill
    16 Feb 2015 | 3:13 pm
    Wayne’s Taxidermy is a Yoncalla, Oregon taxidermist specializing in the taxidermy of black-tail deer, Roosevelt elk, and Black bear as well as custom habitats that will make your trophy something special. I have a great turn around time and can ship anywhere it needs to go. Company: Wayne’s Taxidermy Street: 579 Skelly South Rd City: Yoncalla State: Oregon Zip: 97499 Phone: 541-517-1071 Taxidermist Specializes in the Taxidermy of: black-tail deer, Roosevelt elk, and Black bear Leave a Review for this Taxidermist
  • 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
 
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  • Staff Pick: Streamlight ProTac HL Professional Tactical Light

    Lauren Malm
    13 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    As our Head Buyer, Jenny Kendall-Webb gets to see the latest and greatest tactical gear before it ever hits our shelves. Even with loads of new, innovative styles swimming in her head, when asked for her gear pick she opts for a classic. The Streamlight ProTac HL Professional has been around for a few years but its high-lumens technology and durable construction make it an irreplaceable component for everyday carry. Staff member: Jenny Kendall-Webb Job Title: Head Buyer Her Pick: Streamlight ProTac HL Professional Tactical Light Our Price: $70.99 “It’s compact but with a powerful…
  • Army Unveils New Uniform Quality Control Program

    Lauren Malm
    7 Mar 2015 | 6:30 am
    In February 2015, the Army unveiled its plans for a new Uniform Quality Control Program (UQCP). The program will be launched this year by PEO Soldier in order to provide soldiers, Army leaders and industry manufacturers clarity on what optional-wear boot models are considered Army authorized. In the 3rd fiscal quarter of 2015, PEO Soldier will post a list of boots that meet Army standards. To get on this list, boot manufacturers will have to submit boot materials to third-party labs in order to obtain necessary certifications. The certifications will then be passed along to Natick Soldier…
  • The Top 10 Gear from SHOT Show 2015

    Lauren Malm
    28 Jan 2015 | 11:30 am
    Per usual, SHOT Show was 5 days full of the latest and greatest gear from the industry’s premier brands. We hand-picked this year’s standout styles of apparel, equipment and footwear from the show so you know what to look forward to in 2015. 1. Condor Elite Line of Bags If you’re not familiar with Condor gear, you can easily pick it out by its ultra-aggressive look. Known for its tightly woven nylon equipment, Condor packs and tactical vests have never let us down before. This year at SHOT, the brand added an even more premium line of nylon bags to its arsenal. This Condor Elite line of…
  • Follow Us for Live Coverage of SHOT Show 2015

    Lauren Malm
    19 Jan 2015 | 9:30 am
    It’s that time of year—SHOT Show! The largest trade show for shooting, hunting, military and law enforcement industries will be taking place Jan. 20-23 in Las Vegas. Just because you can’t make it doesn’t mean you have to miss it. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Google+ to get instant coverage of the entire event. Don’t miss your chance to see sneak peeks of this season’s newest gear.
  • New from Rocky: The AR 670-1 compliant RLW

    Lauren Malm
    14 Jan 2015 | 11:26 am
    What do you get when you merge the sneaker-like feel of the Rocky C4 Trainer with the ruggedness of an Army-approved combat boot? Allow us to introduce the new AR 670-1 compliant Rocky Lightweight  (RLW). Similar to the C4 Trainer, the RLW is packed with the brand’s premier comfort technologies like a removable Rocky Airport Cushion insole and breathable built-in side vents. However, the RLW toughens up with a rough-side-out cattle hide leather upper and an aggressive rubber tread that SMA Chandler would approve of. The Rocky C4 Trainer was a soldier favorite until March 2014 when strict…
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  • The Hitchhiker

    25 Mar 2015 | 11:58 am
    My location and timing were not ideal.  They never are.  You just have to play the hand you are dealt and proceed accordingly.I was exploring an unfamiliar area near my new deer stand.  I like to do this sort of thing in the off season since (i) it is fun and (ii) a lot can be learned about game trails, movement patterns of animals, etc. without spooking the game closer to actual deer season.  Plus, it was a beautiful, cool morning and snakes and chiggers were low on the list of concerns due to the temperature.Behind this stand is the thinner end of a gully.  As this…
  • Mixed Bag Hunting and Falconry, the Hard Way

    5 Mar 2015 | 1:38 pm
    "So how did you get a hog AND a rabbit?"Well... you just never know how an "average" day in the woods will turn out. The hunt started off like most hunts... the promise of a new day in the woods transitioning into quiet yet slight boredom. I start by the bridge heading behind the pond, downstream of the creek, heading towards the river.  Slowly, slowly moving just listening and looking.  It is so beautiful in there.  One of my favorite places.  A few ducks landed in the pond to my right.  Other than that, it was surprisingly quiet. At about 8:10, I finally saw a…
  • Conditioned Response in Buzzards

    12 Feb 2015 | 10:49 am
    I'm amazed at what animals "learn" with just a few repetitions (i.e. conditioned responses).Examples include:Pavlov's dogs salivating at the ringing of a bell after the sound is associated with food.Cats learning that if I catch them in my yard using a flowerbed as a toilet that it best to "run" before the barrage of curse words and bullets start.Grizzle bears coming to the sound of a rifle shot since they've learned to associate it with food (usually a fresh elk or mule deer gut pile or a slow, fat hunter).After a successful hog hunt this past weekend, I took two hog carcasses to the field…
  • Tips on Moving a Deer Stand

    5 Feb 2015 | 10:15 am
    True hunters generally view the world from 1 of 2 perspectives, depending on the calendar. There is hunting season.And then there is the "period of time for activities in preparation of hunting season" season.Through the grace of God, miracles of sexual reproduction and geography, I was born and live in Texas.  Texas is awesome for more reasons than could be contained in a book (little snow, no state income tax, tort reform, reasonably real estate markets, thriving economy, state legislature only meets every other year so they have less time to muck things up, guns, trucks, and…
  • How to Make Sandhill Crane Decoys on the Cheap (Sandhill Crane Quest - 2015)

    19 Jan 2015 | 7:51 am
    This blog entry is Part 1 of 2 of Sandhill Crane Quest - 2015+There are subtle distinctions between "focused", "obsessed" and "bat-feces crazy".  I shall let the dear reader decide where I might fall on this particular continuum.I've been intrigued with sandhill crane hunting for a number of years.  (My wife would frame this as being obsessed with them).  Thoughts usually jumped into my head about chasing them after a wonderful morning in the woods during deer season.  It is not uncommon to see several groups of cranes on various fields on the way home.  More…
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  • Watch: James Bond is Back in 'SPECTRE'

    28 Mar 2015 | 7:59 am
    The first trailer for the 24th 007 film has arrived, and it looks like one of the darkest yet.
  • Kentucky big men create big dilemma

    28 Mar 2015 | 5:53 am
    CLEVELAND – With four regular contributors standing 6-foot-10 and above, Kentucky is 10th nationally in rebounding margin (plus-7.5) and 25th in offensive rebounding (12.8/game). The Wildcats are just 273rd out of 351 teams at 5.3 three-pointers made per game.
  • Breakdown: No.2 Arizona vs. No.1 Wisconsin

    28 Mar 2015 | 1:20 am
    Looking to make consecutive Final Four appearances, Wisconsin must once again get through Arizona in California, as the West Region's top two seeds meet for the second straight year in the Elite Eight Saturday evening in Los Angeles. BadgerNation breaks down the matchup.
  • Spartans "get to work another day" with win

    28 Mar 2015 | 1:09 am
    Michigan State heads to ninth Elite Eight under Tom Izzo after knocking off No. 3 seed Oklahoma in the early hours of Saturday morning. It took big performances from Travis Trice and Denzel Valentine, with some big shots from Branden Dawson
  • Smack-Free Zone

    27 Mar 2015 | 9:58 pm
    CLEVELAND – There were no bold predictions coming out of the Notre Dame camp here Friday. No proclamations on Kentucky’s perceived vulnerability. No commentary on the effort level displayed by the nation’s undefeated, top-ranked team.
 
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  • Outdoor Channel Spring Programming Roster Offers Array of Riveting Adventure Entertainment

    HL News
    27 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    DENVER, COLO. – March 26, 2015 – Outdoor Channel‘s spring schedule is packed with gripping adventure entertainment that provides an in-depth look into the people and stories on the cutting edge of the outdoors. The network’s second quarter (Q2) lineup is comprised of nearly 80 shows, including three all-new series; GunnyTime with R. Lee Ermey, Shootout Lane and Alaska’s Ultimate Bush Pilots; the network’s inaugural documentary, Safe Haven: Gun-Free Zones in America; and outdoor-themed and Western films. “At Outdoor Channel, we’re continuing to evolve our…
  • Rifle/Pistol Athletes Set for Spring Selection Match

    HL News
    27 Mar 2015 | 8:00 am
    The nation’s best rifle and pistol competitors are gathering in Ft. Benning, Georgia for the 2015 Spring Smallbore (.22 caliber) Selection Match, March 29-April 3 to determine team members eligible for selection to 2015 World Cup USA and the Munich (Germany) World Cup in May. The match, taking place at the home of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit (USAMU), is the second part of selection that for rifle began in early January and for pistol in late February in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Final selection will require two things:  ranking in the top-three following two additional matches plus…
  • Buck Wear® Adds Official Ford® Licensed Designs to its Collection of Stylish Shirts for the Outdoorsman

    HL News
    26 Mar 2015 | 1:00 pm
    For more than 20 years, Buck Wear® has been a renowned producer of preferred apparel for those who dig the outdoors; whether you’re an avid fisherman stalking the stream or a serious hunter who spends weekends in the woods.  Now, the company is expanding its line of casual wear as a new licensee for Ford®, creating a new line of T-shirts that feature logos, taglines and more from this classic American car company, giving gearheads and outdoorsmen the best of both worlds. Spearheading the new Ford line is the company’s new, classic-looking Buck Wear Ford Camo Accent Flag shirt. With the…
  • House, Senate Budgets Leave No Room for Conservation Investments

    HL News
    26 Mar 2015 | 12:30 pm
    WASHINGTON, D.C. – This week, the House and Senate will each likely pass its own version of a Fiscal 2016 Federal Budget, and both will fail to appropriately invest in critical conservation programs, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership announced today. The TRCP’s coalition of organizations and grassroots partners, who work to guarantee Americans quality places to hunt and fish, have urged Congress to invest in the habitat resources that power a thriving outdoor economy. But, despite these efforts, sportsmen have cause for concern. “America’s forty million hunters and…
  • Ranger Boats to Showcase New Saltwater Products at Palm Beach International Boat Show

    HL News
    26 Mar 2015 | 12:00 pm
    FLIPPIN, ARK. (March 25, 2015) – Legendary manufacturer Ranger Boats brings its acclaimed line of performance saltwater fishing boats and industry-leading sales incentives to the 30th Annual Palm Beach International Boat Show, March 26-29 along the waterfront in Palm Beach, Fla. The 30th Annual Palm Beach International Boat Show is one of the top boat shows in the country, featuring more than $1.2 billion worth of boats, yachts and accessories from the world’s leading marine manufacturers. The boat show is conducted entirely on the water along Palm Beach’s waterfront,…
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    Pressured Deer - Bowhunting Strategies and Tips for Shooting Mature Whitetail Deer

  • New – Ryan has another successful deer hunt using our calendar!

    admin
    1 Mar 2015 | 9:54 am
    Ryan Weston has another successful deer hunt using tips from Bill and our So-Lunar calendar.
  • New – Book Review by Jonathan Fassnacht

    admin
    1 Mar 2015 | 9:01 am
    Thanks to Jonathan Fassnacht for writing about Bill Vale’s Deer Book. “His book, Taking Pressured Trophy Whitetails is one of the most informative and tactical bow hunting books I’ve ever seen. Bill has the record to prove his strategies. He’s been bow hunting for 40 years and has taken over 30 record animals. In the back of Bill’s book, there is about a 30 page section on trailing wounded deer. I can honestly say, I had no idea that anyone ever got this intense about trailing deer. Bill has collected hair samples from most of the deer he’s shot to compare them once he has…
  • Problem With The Wind – Approaching His Bed

    admin
    26 Oct 2013 | 11:31 am
    In the video below, Bill explains how mature bucks use the wind to their advantage for daytime bedding. The only way to shoot a mature buck in his bedding area is to arrive very early in the morning so that you get in there and settled into your tree before the bucks arrives. .  
  • Moon Times Hunting So-Lunar Calendar Explained by Bill Vale

    admin
    16 Oct 2013 | 4:23 am
    Bill explains how to read and use his so-lunar hunting calendar to become a more efficient bowhunter. Knowing when and when not to be in the woods is huge part of his success at taking 34+  trophy bucks in Michigan with a bow. Check out the video below. 2013 Calendar Review: 2014 Calendar Review: To download an electronic version or have a copy of Bill’s calendar shipped to you, go to the book store page. We also offer access to over 100 Bill Vale hunting videos and more on our paid membership site www.PressuredDeerPro.com
  • Kansas Hunter Shoots 166″ Buck The First Time He Applies Bill’s Strategies

    admin
    5 Oct 2012 | 9:46 am
    Pressured Deer Pro Insider Ty Miller from Indiana shared an out-of-the-box strategy with a bowhunter from Kansas named Cole who he got to know quite well while communicating with him on a bowhunting forum online. Cole explained in the forum that he was trying to ambush a nice buck he had been watching all summer. Cole had him figured out. However, every time he was on stand to intercept this trophy, the buck never showed up. Ty suggested a strategy he learned from Bill, but is rarely talked about by anyone else. Here’s Ty’s story of helping his friend Cole who is 3 states away:…
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    Deer & Deer Hunting | Whitetail Deer Hunting Tips

  • Craig Morgan: Country Music Comments Were “insulting … laughable”

    Alan Clemons
    27 Mar 2015 | 1:41 pm
    Country music star Craig Morgan loves bowhunting anytime he can get away during the season. (Photo: Sub-7) Country music singer and U.S Army veteran Craig Morgan didn’t think too much of ignorant comments made recently that insulted a wide range of Americans. Morgan was a guest recently on FOX & Friends to respond to the comments made by Ebony.com senior editor Jamilah Lemieux. Responding to Texas Sen. and presidential candidate Ted Cruz’s statement on “CBS This Morning” that he switched from rock music to country music after the 9/11 terror attacks, Lemieux said…
  • Sighting in a Hunting Bow Has Never Been This Easy (or Fun)

    D&#38;DH Editor Dan Schmidt
    27 Mar 2015 | 11:12 am
    A great gear combination will result in ultimate archery accuracy. The author gets his new bow dialed in and ready for whitetails. (photo by Dan Schmidt) That’s possibly the understatement of the day: Sighting in a hunting bow has NEVER been this fun or easy! It’s true: The days of noisy, hard-to-shoot compound bows have long passed us by. If increased arrow speed and smooth shooting are your goals, visit your local pro shop and shoot a few of today’s new bows. Granted, the array of manufacturers and models makes the job of selecting one bow a tall order for some folks.
  • The Facts on Antler Restrictions and Deer Hunting

    Guest Contributor for Deer &#38; Deer Hunting
    27 Mar 2015 | 10:54 am
    Antler restrictions seem to have popular appeal in many places. But, popular appeal could also cause ARs to become a bit like the old “buck law.” Under buck-only hunting everyone knew that the herd would grow if you didn’t shoot “mother deer.” And, it became nearly a sin to consider shooting female deer because you not only killed the doe but also killed her progeny. It was “like killing hundreds of deer with one shot.” The popular appeal of this protective mentality became a major obstacle to prescribed antlerless harvests and persists in some corners yet today. By Keith R.
  • 6 Pennsylvania Deer Poachers Learn Costly Lesson

    Alan Clemons
    27 Mar 2015 | 10:22 am
    A long investigation into complaints about poaching turned up a lot of numbers, but the most significant ones involve the convictions and fines imposed on the law-breakers. Six Pennsylvania people pleaded guilty to killing 18 deer over a four-month span and have been ordered to pay more than $23,000 in fines and court costs. Whew! The six people, all of Spring Grove, Pa., admitted to shooting bucks and does between September and December 2014 in Jackson Township, according to the Pennsylvania Game Commission. They also were charged with being in possession of two unlawful deer. Amy…
  • A Nip and Tip ‘o the Glass, and a Stunning Venison Salad

    Alan Clemons
    27 Mar 2015 | 9:01 am
    Venison Seared with Salad is easy to make and you can adjust the ingredients to fit your palate. (Photo: foodforhunters.blogspot.com) A bit of confusion seems to be the norm whenever there’s a “national day” for something — cheese, smelt, hunting, booze, whatever — because everyone has their own little slice of the pie. So it seems that today is International Whisk(e)y Day to celebrate the beverage that’s been around for who knows how long. Apparently, World Whisky Day is May 16 this year, and of course “the world” is different from…
 
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  • Just how jazzy will you go in your festival wellies?

    Bethan
    23 Mar 2015 | 3:39 am
    With music festivals starting over the next few weeks, in what could be chilly and wet weather, have you got your festival wellies ready? Whether attending the St Ives ‘ Blue Rhythym and Rock’ festival in April or Glastonbury in... Continue Reading → The post Just how jazzy will you go in your festival wellies? appeared first on .
  • GustBuster Windproof Umbrella – the perfect companion!

    Bethan
    11 Feb 2015 | 1:33 pm
    Are you looking for a windproof umbrella? I’m sure almost everyone, at some time, has experienced the ‘inside out umbrella’ stance! Maybe you remember standing on a pavement, soaked through, grasping at the remains of your trusty umbrella, which has... Continue Reading → The post GustBuster Windproof Umbrella – the perfect companion! appeared first on .
  • Just how useful are dog drying coats?

    Bethan
    23 Jan 2015 | 9:49 am
    Keeping your dog warm whilst drying off with our range of Dog Drying Coats from Ruff And Tumble! There’s nothing more refreshing than venturing out on a cold crisp morning, walking through the countryside with two very energetic Beagles!  If... Continue Reading → The post Just how useful are dog drying coats? appeared first on .
  • Hoggs of Fife – New Products for 2015

    Bethan
    20 Jan 2015 | 12:40 pm
    As 2015 begins, it’s certainly been snowy, cold, wet or damp, for many of us at least!  So, perhaps now is the ideal time to take a look at our new exciting range of country clothing and footwear products from... Continue Reading → The post Hoggs of Fife – New Products for 2015 appeared first on .
  • Sherwood Forest Ladies Balmoral Country Boot

    Bethan
    5 Nov 2014 | 10:53 am
    For over 30 years, Sherwood Forest has designed, manufactured and supplied a quality range of country clothing and outdoor wear, suitable for just about any outdoor occasion! Using the motto ‘from small acorns great forests grow’ this organisation has continued... Continue Reading → The post Sherwood Forest Ladies Balmoral Country Boot appeared first on .
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  • Magpul MS1 Sling Review

    lickx
    20 Mar 2015 | 12:40 pm
    Advancing ahead from their ever so popular MS2 and MS3 designs, MagPul has finally introduced the MS1. The MS1 on its own has is seen as a tailor-built piece of webbing that interfaces with a multitude of adapter types that MagPul have to offer. With the multiple adapter options (MS3/MS4, Paraclip, QD and many more), the shooter can easily tailor their Magpul sling to their mission, by creating either a 1 point or 2 point system respectively. The base sling has been fashioned around the new MS1 slider that quickly allows the shooter to change the length with no fiddly tails, loops or even…
  • Magpul MOE Fixed Rifle Stock Review

    lickx
    16 Mar 2015 | 8:30 am
    In life many individuals will agree that simplicity is often the best practice when it comes down to a majority of different things. Whether it is how you decide to decorate your home, arrange your desk at work, plan an evening with friends or putting together your carbine. Keeping things simpler is just far better, and far easier. And if you are a fan of keeping things simple, you will be guaranteed to fall in love with the Magpul Fixed Carbine Stock. The Magpul’s MOE Rifle Stock is an incredible piece of equipment. It provides the shooter with a non-collapsing, robust option that is…
  • How to Replace AR-15 Pistol Grip

    lickx
    11 Mar 2015 | 7:13 pm
    How to Replace AR-15 Pistol Grip Choosing or replacing a pistol grip is often one of the primary considerations for shooting enthusiasts when it comes down to building their AR-15. It is also one of the very first aspects that new owners will upgrade on their rifle or pistol. Nevertheless, choosing the best or right AR-15 pistol grip for you and your firearm can often be a tricky or indecisive task. The initial and overall problem is that many individuals are just not that confident when it comes down to replacing key parts of their firearm. Replacing parts, especially the pistol grip of an…
  • The Perfect iPhone 6 Case: Magpul Field Case

    lickx
    11 Mar 2015 | 7:00 pm
    We usually don’t post articles of this category, however we have decided write about the best case for the brand new iPhone 6. I am quite cautious when it comes to my gadgets, actually though I’ve individually dropped various apple iPhones a lot of time, I’ve always been fortunate enough not to have cracked the screen or actually cause anything a lot more than a small scratch. The issue is, the ridiculous number of folks I know in person and have noticed in the wild using damaged screens have fostered this crazy paranoia of mine in which enduring not to utilize a case…
  • KeyMod vs. M-Lok

    lickx
    26 Feb 2015 | 8:47 am
    Recall Betamax? It was the first rival to the VHS videotape format, and on one occasion, it was just as popular. Yet if you were born after 1980, there is a good possibility you have never actually seen a Betamax tape. We are on the verge of seeing the same major play out in the world of AR-15 rails. The picatinny accessory rail system is the standard for bolting stuff to the AR-15s as well as other firearms for many years now. It may be a great system, specifically for installing optics, although including picatinny rails on a firearm’s foreend/hand guard can also add lots of…
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  • Kimber Mountain Ascent .308 vs. Kimber Adirondack .308

    Mark Griffin
    27 Mar 2015 | 11:39 am
    Kimber’s Mountain Line rifles have made quite an impressive impact on the users. The reviews have been positive from all quarters. As a part of the tactical gear for mountains the weight of the mountain line rifles are perfect. For those who will be carrying it as a hunting gear, the performance is powerful too. However, there are various models in this line. Kimber Adirondack .308 The new Kimber Adirondack rifle weighs about 4 pounds, 13 ounces, and carries an 18-inch barrel, which makes it fast and easily maneuvered in a stand or when still-hunting thick cover. The Adirondack is offered…
  • Kimber Mountain Line Rifles – A Review

    Mark Griffin
    23 Mar 2015 | 9:12 am
    Since 1911, Kimber Manufacturing has been known for their outstanding rifles. The brand produces exceptional high quality hunting rifles. In the recent years, Kimber has come up with Adirondack and Mountain Ascent. Both are perfect for mountain hunters. If you are unaware of it, Kimber has an exclusive Mountain line. These two rifles are impressive additions to this line. Hunting on the planes and mountains are quite different. In the mountain regions, the conditions are tougher to deal with and weight is a huge issue. The mountain line rifles are designed keeping this factor in mind. In…
  • Zeiss Victory HT vs Swarovski EL – Which Is Better?

    Mark Griffin
    21 Mar 2015 | 11:16 am
    When you ask whether Zeiss Victory is better than Swarovski EL, it’s like asking whether Lamborghini is better than Ferrari. Yes folks, it is actually quite difficult to announce a clear winner between these two binos. However, binoculars are personal choices. After all, no two eyes or hands are the same. When it comes to the Zeiss optics, they are considered the best as far as image quality is concerned. It is German company that has been producing the sports optics for several years. While we compare Victory HT and Swarovski EL, it is interesting to note that even the previous generation…
  • Elcan SpecterDR 1-4x Stands Out With Its Versatility

    Mark Griffin
    20 Mar 2015 | 7:03 am
    Optical sights are used as they are useful, rugged, offer the desired magnification for shooting close-in and red dot sights offer a single focal plane. These optics can be fixed and rugged or refined and variable so that there is an enhanced target identification and clear picture is viewed along with a narrow field of view. The magnified optics are durable as well. But what if you get all these features packed into a single optic? Sounds impossible, eh! Actually, it’s not. The Elcan SpecterDR 1-4x is an exclusive sight that allows the users to opt for either 1X or 4X magnification. In…
  • Eotech Mini Red Dot Sight Perfect For Hunters And Law Enforcement Alike

    Mark Griffin
    13 Feb 2015 | 4:53 am
    Eotech makes some rock strong optics like the Eotech MRDS Mount. The Mini Red Dot Sight (MRDS) is the ideal illustration of their resourcefulness and craftsmanship. It is a perfect essential sight for minimized applications, in the same way as handguns or shotguns. Furthermore the adaptable configuration permits it to be mounted on numerous different sorts of optics, which adds to the general flexibility of different sorts of weapon frameworks. Eotech Holographic Sight With Magnifier Whether you’re an enthusiastic seeker, in law requirement, or in the military, an Eotech Holographic…
 
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    GOTHUNTS

  • How Much Do You Really Know About Hunting?

    Cory Glauner
    27 Mar 2015 | 11:04 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Do you think you know alot about hunting? Well, take this quiz to find out if you’re really as knowledgeable as you thought you were…   How Much Do You Really Know About Hunting? GOTHUNTS
  • Caring for Mounts – Tips by Dan Catlin

    Cory Glauner
    27 Mar 2015 | 10:32 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters After an amazing adventure that ends in the collection of a trophy animal, most hunters want to have a taxidermist “Capture Your Memories”! Here at The Wildlife Gallery we specialize in just that. However, once the taxidermy work has been completed and the trophy is proudly displayed in your home, office, or trophy room, the […] Caring for Mounts – Tips by Dan Catlin GOTHUNTS
  • Marco Polo Sheep, the Grandest of the Grand

    Shad Wheeler
    25 Mar 2015 | 8:00 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Marco Polo Sheep hunting is something I find myself dreaming of quite often. I have a totally unrealistic dream of pursuing these incredible sheep with my bow, which I know if I ever get the chance, will probably result in one of the toughest hunts of my life. But hey, a guy can dream right? […] Marco Polo Sheep, the Grandest of the Grand GOTHUNTS
  • Jana Waller, Accidental Wolf Hunter

    Marc Warnke
    23 Mar 2015 | 6:56 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Wanna hear what Jim Janna’s hunting highlight of the year was? Here you go. We think you’ll enjoy their wolf encounter story. This is an excerpt from their podcast, which can be found here. […] “I’m excited about it as well. It’s all really good stuff. Let me ask you guys. If you’re like me, […] Jana Waller, Accidental Wolf Hunter GOTHUNTS
  • Trevor’s Final Hunt for Indigo

    Trevor Brittingham
    22 Mar 2015 | 4:54 pm
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters by Trevor Brittingham I recently returned from a late season whitetail hunt at Rancho Encantado in Dimmit County, Texas. What happened will go down in history as one of the greatest hunts of my life. I was hunting a buck that I’ve been chasing for the past five years. He’s a 14 year old legend […] Trevor’s Final Hunt for Indigo GOTHUNTS
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  • Keeping Cool on Hot Hunts

    Tim O'Neill
    27 Mar 2015 | 7:37 pm
    Keeping Cool In the Heat There are a lot of reasons to keep cool on your hunts, and while many people may not hunt warmer seasons, there are still hot days until dead winter. One of the main reasons to keep cool is simply for safety. Heat stroke and stress can cripple a hunter and leave people in a serious risk environment while dehydrating or cramping. Serious situations aside, for me it is a matter of “comfort = endurance”, and that can be a game-changer both while scouting, or during the main season. In the Southern US we have some extremely variable temps in the early spring.
  • AZGFD to Hold Open House Meetings for Fall Hunting

    Rex
    27 Mar 2015 | 4:43 am
    The Arizona Game and Fish Department has announced that it will hold a total of six open house meetings in order to get public input for the 2015 fall hunts. These will include recommendations for deer, bighorns, bears, bison, javelina, turkeys and both predatory animals and fur animals, and the meetings will be held in different parts of the state for the convenience of the public. The open houses allow hunters and the public to get involved in the decision making processes and are thus important for both the people and the animals. According to AZGFD, the open houses will be held on and…
  • Primos Double Cottontail Call Review

    Tim O'Neill
    24 Mar 2015 | 12:44 am
    Few trips are more exciting than predator hunts. Perhaps it is the challenge of hunting the hunter. Sometimes it’s the feel of risk or danger when you realize you called in seven coyotes at thirty yards, instead of just one or two. Adding to that level of excitement is the Primos Double Cottontail Predator Call. This thing is loud and sounds just awful to the uninitiated. It’s music to my ears though, and reminds me of long hot days hunting jackrabbits in Eastern Oregon. We could drop over sixty in a morning walk. Every now and again one would be maimed and holy cow you would have thought…
  • Sage Grouse Conservation Bank is Nation’s First

    Rex
    23 Mar 2015 | 7:50 pm
    The United States Fish and Wildlife Service has announced the formation of the nation’s first conservation bank for greater sage grouse. The news comes out of Cheyenne, Wyoming and the joint effort will include Wyoming state and the Sweetwater River Conservancy. Though the name implies that the focus will be on the conservation and management of sage grouse, the conservation bank will also be aimed at helping mule deer and other wildlife throughout a large part of Wyoming. With the conservation bank, economic development in the state can continue without causing undo harm to the wildlife.
  • Naked Man Claiming to be Sasquatch Attacks Hunter

    Rex
    23 Mar 2015 | 1:16 am
    A lot of hunting news is insightful, educational, uplifting or entertaining. However, on occasion, some of the news is just plain strange. Such is the case of Linus Norgen who was recently sentenced to 10 years in prison, in Oregon. The conviction and sentencing stems from an incident that occurred in October 2013 and the charge was attempted murder. However, this wasn’t the sort of attempted murder case that one might more normally see in the papers. The incident is far more unusual than that. It took place when Jeff McDonald, a hunter, was trekking through the forest near Manning,…
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    Euro Optic Blog

  • St.Patrick’s Day Sale On RifleScopes , Binoculars & Firearms.Don’t Miss!

    Mark Griffin
    17 Mar 2015 | 12:04 pm
    EuroOptic brings to you unbeatable St.Patrick’s Day sale 2015 on premium riflescopes, binoculars & firearms.Hurry, sale ends at March 23rd , 2015. Here is the summary: Brand                                                                     Offer Zeiss Conquest HD 5            Get ‘Like new demo’ scopes only at $775 instead of $ 1149.9. Schmidt Bender FD7            Get at $1799 instead of $2679. Save $880. Leica Ultravid HD 10×42        Best online discounts. Limited Stock. XM 15…
  • Kimber Mountain Ascent – The Best Hunting Rifle Within $1800

    Mark Griffin
    11 Mar 2015 | 8:23 pm
    Kimber Manufacturing has long been known for their excellence in 1911 production, but has made great strides in producing high grade hunting rifles as well. This year Kimber is releasing their newest model in their Mountain line, the Mountain Ascent. The Ascent is a true mountain rifle and performs as such. The Ascent at around the $1800.00 mark performs and maintains the features of a rifle twice the cost. Kimber is rapidly becoming the rifle of choice for mountain hunters across the nation. The new Kimber Mountain Ascent weighs in at only 4lbs 13oz in both the .308, .270, .280 Ack Imp, and…
  • Aimpoint Red Dot Rifle Sight – Must for AR-15

    Mark Griffin
    5 Feb 2015 | 9:56 am
    In the last few years the red dot rifle sight has become significantly more popular. Red dot sales have grown exponentially since advent of the civilian marketed AR-15 rifle. Aimpoint Red Dots have led the way in innovation and quality for this new trend and have become one of the foremost authorities on the red dot rifle sight. With more than 35 years of working hand-in-hand with law enforcement, military, hunters, and competitive shooters Aimpoint red dots are the number one choice for both speed and accuracy in a zero magnification optical sight. Aimpoint offers a red dot (or reflex) sight…
  • Swarovski Binoculars – The Best In The World

    Mark Griffin
    5 Feb 2015 | 8:45 am
    Swarovski Optik is the premier supplier of high quality binoculars around the world. They know that binocular users can be exceptionally critical, which is why they spare no expense in creating diamond-bright edge to edge clarity and perfectly designed ergonomics in every pair of Swarovski binoculars they produce. Swarovski Optiks has incorporated a number of patented manufacturing techniques and proprietary designs in their binocular engineering; such as, their Swarodur, Swarotop, Swarobright, Swaroclean, and Swarovision coatings. All of the Swarovski patented treatments enhance durability,…
  • EuroOptic Is Coming To You – 2015 Spring Show Calendar

    Mark Griffin
    2 Feb 2015 | 7:51 pm
    EuroOptic announces its participation in some of the exciting events of 2015 – Safari Club International , Great American Sport Show , Dixie Deer Classic , NRA Show and World Deer expo. EuroOptic is proud to get associated with all these events and showcase their premium sport optics and firearms. One can get a firsthand experience of their best selling products from some of the most trusted brands. People can try and test them , know about the features and best way to use them. Also, one can meet EuroOptic’s new product series. Team EuroOptic always feel delighted to consider…
 
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  • Battling the Spring Transition Blues on Your Local Lake [PICS]

    Thomas Sullivan
    28 Mar 2015 | 9:30 am
    It’s been a tough winter. You’ve probably been cooped up for months and have started seeing a strange object in the sky at times during the day. It seems to illuminate the surrounding landscape. That’s the sun. Suddenly, many of us are starting to see photographs of big fish popping up on our social networking sites. This, along with warmer days, causes us to rush outdoors and hit our local lakes to see what might be biting. But the spring transition can be a very frustrating time for anglers. We expect to catch fish easily, but that doesn’t always happen. SEE MORE: Red Drum Fishing…
  • Why Did You Put Your Fingers in the Mouth of That Pike, Buddy? [VIDEO]

    Craig Raleigh
    28 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    The mouth of a pike is a disaster waiting to happen for your fingers, my friend. You can put your fingers in the cookie jar; you can put them in your pockets, but don’t feed them to a big northern pike dummy. SEE MORE: This is why we never stop talking about firearm safety [VIDEO] You’ll be counting your own fingers after watching this one. Warning: An F-bomb in a foreign language is still an F-bomb!   Gloves or no gloves, you better think twice about sticking your hands inside a pike’s mouth. There are a lot of good reasons that I can think of; keeping all of your fingers being…
  • 10 Signs You’re On Your First Hunting Trip

    Morgan Garcia
    28 Mar 2015 | 8:45 am
    Through all the excitement, you’re bound to overthink your first hunting trip. Think back; can you remember your first-ever hunting trip? If it happened when you were young, odds are the memories are there, but maybe not crystal clear. If you got into hunting later in life, you may recall things a little better. SEE ALSO: This is Why You Should Take Your Kids Hunting [VIDEO] In either case, you were a newbie in the truest sense, and there was a huge amount of experience lacking in your repertoire. For those just beginning their adventure in the outdoor pursuits, here are several…
  • Winter Feeding Kills Deer in New Hampshire [PICS]

    Eric Nestor
    28 Mar 2015 | 8:30 am
    Winter feeding has claimed the lives of twelve deer in New Hampshire. Well wishing humans are to blame for the preventable deaths of 12 deer in South Hampton, New Hampshire. The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department reported that they were found on March 20. SEE ALSO: Giant Piranha Bites Off Finger Of Fisherman Filleting It [VIDEO] All the deer were found within 300 feet of each other. State biologists tested the deer to find the cause of death. The deer were found to have enterotoxemia, which is associated with rapid diet change attributed to winter feeding. Microorganisms that are…
  • 5 Reasons Why Eva Shockey is Great for the Hunting Community [PICS]

    Morgan Garcia
    28 Mar 2015 | 8:00 am
    Eva Shockey is a pillar of the hunting community and encourages everyone to get out there, enjoy the outdoors, and hunt. Ask any hunter, male or female, who the most recognizable huntress in the world is, and you’ll undoubtedly hear Eva Shockey’s name far more than others. She’s helping perpetuate a major shift in the outdoor industry, one that’s recognizing women for their contributions, their skill and their passion when it comes to hunting. SEE MORE: 8 Eva Shockey Videos That Are Trending On the Web [VIDEO] Here’s why we think she’s one of the best…
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