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  • Deer Archery Hunting Season Set To Open Sept. 27

    Hunting News
    19 Sep 2014 | 7:57 pm
    The 2014 deer archery-only hunting season opens statewide in Tennessee on Saturday, Sept.
  • Friday Morning Mashup 9/19/14

    Wired To Hunt
    Mark Kenyon
    19 Sep 2014 | 9:21 am
    By Mark Kenyon The past 8 days hunting elk in the backcountry of Idaho have been some of the most intense, challenging and exciting of my hunting career. And as many of you know from our Facebook page, I ended up killing my first elk. I’ll be sharing much more on this hunt and the […]
  • To Accomplish Great Things

    Zenhunting
    zenhunter
    30 Aug 2014 | 8:24 am
    Long ago, author and Nobel Prize winner Anatole France, said that to accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe. I can’t think of anything more true of a successful, memorable hunt than that. All of those elements are part of it; the things that make up the act of hunting – climbing into a tree stand, waiting and watching, deciding to take the shot, drawing the bow, releasing the arrow at the right moment – would be but the small moments they are by the clock’s count without the others. The planning, scouting and traveling; the…
  • Why Hiring a Conveyancer is Cheaper than a Solicitor

    Hunt Smart
    Rowan
    11 Sep 2014 | 7:42 pm
    Many people prefer working with solicitors when buying or selling property. It seems that more people place a lot of trust on solicitors with little regard to the legal fees they have to pay for such services. However, other people appear to have a soft spot for working with a conveyancer instead of a solicitor, primarily because of the cost factor. The complexity or simplicity of the entire transaction plays a big role in determining who to choose between the two professionals mentioned above. Some aspects of the transaction require the input of either professional. The fact is that a…
  • Up Close!

    Base Camp Legends
    Sue Sorenson
    17 Sep 2014 | 8:53 am
    I posted the story of our hunt on September 6th… but here’s the video of my encounter with the bull that came within 16 yards of me! In the video you can see that I would have had an opportunity to shoot when the bull turned. I was thinking all the while he was facing me of this…but my indecision cost me the opportunity! Another lesson learned. You need to be confident and decisive in making judgments on what the bull is presenting you! What a awesome encounter and now of course I’m  helplessly addicted to elk hunting… especially hunting the rut! The post Up…
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    Hunting News

  • Deer Archery Hunting Season Set To Open Sept. 27

    19 Sep 2014 | 7:57 pm
    The 2014 deer archery-only hunting season opens statewide in Tennessee on Saturday, Sept.
  • Drones And Deer Hunting

    19 Sep 2014 | 12:27 pm
    The two bill package approved by the Michigan Senate Outdoor, Recreation and Tourism committee would prohibit using a drone to hunt, and also prohibit using a drone to harass a hunter.
  • Late-Season Migratory Bird Regulations Set

    19 Sep 2014 | 12:27 pm
    The S.C. Natural Resources Board, the policy-making body of the S.C. Department of Natural Resources , recently approved the 2014-2015 late migratory bird seasons and regulations from a framework set by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The season and bag limit selections must be approved by the Service and published in the Federal Register.
  • Permits available for archery deer hunting on conservation land

    19 Sep 2014 | 6:22 am
    Twelve local permits, awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, for bow hunting in the orchard are awarded each year. Besides the commission's regulations, all state laws regarding hunting will apply.
  • When is Georgia deer rut? New map now available

    18 Sep 2014 | 7:11 pm
    Hunters, ever asked yourself "when does the rut happen in my part of the state?" If so, you are in luck. Staff with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division recently updated the statewide rut map with brand new information and it is ready for you! "Each fall, a constant question we receive at our office is 'when is the peak of the rut?'" said Charlie Killmaster, state deer biologist with the Game Management Section.
 
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    Wired To Hunt

  • Friday Morning Mashup 9/19/14

    Mark Kenyon
    19 Sep 2014 | 9:21 am
    By Mark Kenyon The past 8 days hunting elk in the backcountry of Idaho have been some of the most intense, challenging and exciting of my hunting career. And as many of you know from our Facebook page, I ended up killing my first elk. I’ll be sharing much more on this hunt and the […]
  • National Deer Alliance Q&A with Executive Director Craig Dougherty – Part 2

    Mark Kenyon
    17 Sep 2014 | 4:45 am
    By Mark Kenyon Since the launch of the National Deer Alliance this summer, there has been a torrent of questions from deer hunters across the country hoping to better understand what this new conservation organization will be focused on, how it will operate, and why it’s worth joining. To this point though, since the NDA […]
  • National Deer Alliance Q&A with Executive Director Craig Dougherty – Part 1

    Mark Kenyon
    15 Sep 2014 | 4:45 am
    By Mark Kenyon Since the launch of the National Deer Alliance this summer, there has been a torrent of questions from deer hunters across the country hoping to better understand what this new conservation organization will be focused on, how it will operate, and why it’s worth joining. To this point though, since the NDA […]
  • The Wired To Hunt Podcast – Episode #23: Planning Your First Non-Whitetail Hunt Out West

    Mark Kenyon
    11 Sep 2014 | 8:31 am
    Today on the show we’re doing something a little bit different, as Dan and I discuss why and how we planned our first non-whitetail big game hunts out west, and why you might want to consider a similar adventure. This episode is sure to get you dreaming big, so settle in, and enjoy. To listen […]
  • HuntSoft: A New Online Tool For Patterning and Analyzing Deer

    Mark Kenyon
    10 Sep 2014 | 1:53 pm
    By Mark Kenyon Last week, as many of you have already heard, I interviewed veteran deer hunter and outdoor writer Steve Bartylla on The Wired To Hunt Podcast about the idea of patterning deer. It was an absolute info packed interview, but one of the most profound things that Steve hammered home was this. Always […]
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  • To Accomplish Great Things

    zenhunter
    30 Aug 2014 | 8:24 am
    Long ago, author and Nobel Prize winner Anatole France, said that to accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe. I can’t think of anything more true of a successful, memorable hunt than that. All of those elements are part of it; the things that make up the act of hunting – climbing into a tree stand, waiting and watching, deciding to take the shot, drawing the bow, releasing the arrow at the right moment – would be but the small moments they are by the clock’s count without the others. The planning, scouting and traveling; the…
  • Braggin’ Time

    zenhunter
    23 Aug 2014 | 8:43 am
    Gray’s Emmy nomination letter   Fathers and mothers who hunt with their kids will agree: the only thing better than you making an amazing shot at some game is watching your son or daughter make one. And while my own successes have made me grin inwardly from time to time, I pretty much save my bragging for things my kids do. Both my boys hunted when they were young, and Griffin still does, at least as much as work, school, and running his own business allow. But I think the lessons they learned in the field – the education, preparation, and hard work required to overcome adversity…
  • The greenskeeper

    zenhunter
    20 Aug 2014 | 1:17 pm
    About the time that I was born, my father traded his deer hunting rifle for a set of used golf clubs. So I never knew my father the hunter, only my father the golfer. He was obsessed by the game; there was no telling when he would pop up from his easy chair and announce, “think I’ll go play 9 holes.”  He took me with him on the longer outings, trying unsuccessfully to interest me in golf. It just never made sense to me; there seemed no point to it, whacking a ball from place to place. I have missed quite a few shots at ducks, some easy ones, but I have never hurled my…
  • Democats and Repuplicans

    zenhunter
    8 Aug 2014 | 1:32 pm
    The humans in our household, and virtually all who visit, have a similar political viewpoint – Conservative. For the non-humans, however, the two-party system is alive and well. The “big dog” Schatzie works for a living, and has since she was 5 months old. Three months out of the year she’s up before dawn, diving into frigid pond water, making long swims out and back to retrieve downed ducks, dealing with the mud and blood without complaint because that’s her job. In the off-season she guards us all, the house and the property with a courage twice her size. She does…
  • I wear a suit to work

    zenhunter
    7 Aug 2014 | 1:02 pm
    Back in the day, we all wore suits to work. I had eight, some of them custom made by a diminutive Middle Eastern tailor who fitted all the execs right there in our offices with a tape measure around his neck and pins in his teeth. Ah, those were heady days, big corporate expense accounts, company cars (mine was a red corvette), and cocktails at lunch. We put corporate awards on our walls and hunted big deals and bonuses. I can’t imagine now what I found satisfying about those days. That was in the 90s, and looking back on it now, what passed for excitement and triumphs then is nothing…
 
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  • Why Hiring a Conveyancer is Cheaper than a Solicitor

    Rowan
    11 Sep 2014 | 7:42 pm
    Many people prefer working with solicitors when buying or selling property. It seems that more people place a lot of trust on solicitors with little regard to the legal fees they have to pay for such services. However, other people appear to have a soft spot for working with a conveyancer instead of a solicitor, primarily because of the cost factor. The complexity or simplicity of the entire transaction plays a big role in determining who to choose between the two professionals mentioned above. Some aspects of the transaction require the input of either professional. The fact is that a…
  • All about conveyancer services

    Rowan
    10 Sep 2014 | 9:59 pm
    Conveyancing is the process of transferring property tile from one party to another. It is also the process of drafting legal documents required for the transfer. The process has been designed in such a way that will help in making sure that the buyer will secure the land legally under all associated rights. Conveyancing is under the property law and is supported by the system of land registration. This process occurs in three important steps before contract, before completion and after completion. A solicitor or property lawyer is going to be responsible for the proceedings. Conveyancer…
  • What Are The Roles Of A Real Estate Agent?

    Rowan
    28 Aug 2014 | 6:14 pm
    The home buying process is no longer a walk in the park. It can be a challenging and stressful task. With so many informative articles and blogs available online, many people think they can purchase a property without an agent. They often do this in order to minimize costs; they want to save as much money as they can by not hiring an agent. Nevertheless, hiring a real estate agent is not a waste of money; it is money well spent. The real estate market is not for the inexperienced or inexpert. It can be complicated, especially if one does not have the knowledge about it. It is for this reason…
  • Reasons why you should contract real estate agents

    Rowan
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:59 pm
    A common misconception regarding the property industry is that the service rendered by a real estate agent is only limited to finished property. The truth however is that their services begin from the time a person is hoping to buy a building that is to undergo construction. During the construction of the property phase, the agents provide a number of vital services to the buyer. Try to visit this website to view real estate at the lowest price for you. These services are important because of the following reasons. First and foremost in case a person hopes to construct property with the…
  • Benefits of working with a property Management Company

    Rowan
    10 Jun 2014 | 9:28 pm
    Property management is a hard task to accomplish without the help of a professional expert. This is one of the reasons why property management companies have become very popular. There are numerous benefits that the property owner is going to enjoy if he hires a good company. Property management companies provide amazing services. One of the advantages of hiring the right company is the increase in income. The company is going to be responsible for marketing the property as well as bringing clients. Use this link to view one of the expert property managers in Australia. Properties which have…
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    Base Camp Legends

  • Up Close!

    Sue Sorenson
    17 Sep 2014 | 8:53 am
    I posted the story of our hunt on September 6th… but here’s the video of my encounter with the bull that came within 16 yards of me! In the video you can see that I would have had an opportunity to shoot when the bull turned. I was thinking all the while he was facing me of this…but my indecision cost me the opportunity! Another lesson learned. You need to be confident and decisive in making judgments on what the bull is presenting you! What a awesome encounter and now of course I’m  helplessly addicted to elk hunting… especially hunting the rut! The post Up…
  • Opening Day

    Sue Sorenson
    16 Sep 2014 | 11:00 am
    August 29, 2014 found us hiking up the mountain to spend the night on a narrow hogback waiting for the dawning of the 2014 archery season. A dawn Gary came close to never seeing… It started with a very innocent looking shale slide. We have crossed many shale slides. This one really looked no different. We found ourselves committed with no turning back when things took a very nasty turn. I had gone on ahead, very consumed with trying to stay on the mountain, so I never noticed until I was across that Gary was not behind me. By this time I had gone around an outcrop of rock so Gary was…
  • One Week into September

    Sue Sorenson
    16 Sep 2014 | 10:31 am
    September 6th found us high up on the mountainside in the cool timber at the edge of the elk’s favorite bedding grounds. We had heard the bugles drifting down on the morning thermals as we hiked up in the dark that morning. Gary was pretty certain where they would be and formed a plan to draw a lonely bull within bow range.             The elk had been silent for over an hour as we made our way up to the edge of the dark timber where Gary was certain they were bedding. He had past experience with this area, and knew we didn’t dare venture any further.
  • Turkey and Bear-Catching up on the Spring Hunts!

    Sue Sorenson
    31 Aug 2014 | 6:31 pm
    Now that Opening day of Archery season has come and gone and the magical month of September is stretching out before us, I will try and get caught up on the hunts we had in the Spring! I drew a Spring bear tag in a unit we know very well… I’ve drawn this tag three times now, and it’s also the unit we elk hunt in. I was hoping third times a charm, as I had yet to fill a bear tag. Gary was able to go with me in April and as always it was beautiful with the green hills and wild flowers. There were deer in abundance…but we never saw a bear… not even any bear sign.
  • Update From The Great Plains

    Sue Sorenson
    19 Feb 2014 | 3:00 am
    Well it looks like Tom’s family is getting acquainted with the Nebraska Outdoors.  Since moving there in December He’s been deer hunting three times, goose hunting once, shot his first Nebraska Coyote and this past weekend he went Ice fishing for the first time in his life.  Seems they aren’t letting any moss grow under their feet before they jump with both feet into all the Great Plains has to offer! Evidently Nebraska doesn’t have the long waiting period that most states have to get your residency and a hunting /fishing license. Deer hunting with his little scouts…
 
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  • Utah Bison Hunts in the Henry Mountains – Conservation Tags

    Cory Glauner
    18 Sep 2014 | 5:18 am
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Utah Bison Hunts in the Henry Mountains - Conservation Tags Utah Buffalo Hunting in the Henry Mountains Tax Deductible Conservation Tags Available Free Range Bison Hunt Hunt on a Private Herd can also be arranged learn more | Ask about this hunt Utah Bison Hunts in the Henry Mountains – Conservation Tags International Hunting Consultants
  • Kenetrek breakthrough in boot technology

    Cory Glauner
    12 Sep 2014 | 10:04 am
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Kenetrek Launches EverStep Orthopedics A lot of our Kenetrek customers tell us about the support they receive from their boots, and how Kenetrek hikers and mountain boots feel “therapeutic“compared to their old boots. So when a physician came to us with an idea for an Orthopedic boot, we were intrigued. He had a lot of […] Kenetrek breakthrough in boot technology International Hunting Consultants
  • Elk Decoy Setup Guide by Montana Decoy

    Cory Glauner
    11 Sep 2014 | 8:46 am
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters by Montana Decoy Some great information on how to use an elk decoy by professional elk hunters, such as Fred Eicler. The post rut is my favorite time to decoy elk. Bulls seem to be a little more vocal and bugling to find that last cow in heat. This time of year, you can really […] Elk Decoy Setup Guide by Montana Decoy International Hunting Consultants
  • Black Gold / Kershaw Knives Giveaway

    Cory Glauner
    9 Sep 2014 | 11:08 am
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters First, “LIKE” the pages below to qualify: Pro Guide Direct THEN, To enter, LIKE & SHARE this graphic: Winner will be selected on Friday, September 19th at 10 PM MST. Multiple Entries allowed. Enter daily. Black Gold / Kershaw Knives Giveaway International Hunting Consultants
  • Grizzly Bear / Dall Sheep Alaska Combo Hunt

    Cory Glauner
    3 Sep 2014 | 10:23 am
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters I started out as a little boy watching my dad leave for big game hunts year after year until I was old enough to go. I have always enjoyed hunting and being outdoors. A few years ago, a good friend of mine went on a successful dall sheep hunt. After hearing his stories and seeing […] Grizzly Bear / Dall Sheep Alaska Combo Hunt International Hunting Consultants
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  • Life Lesson: Every Barrel is Unique. Same Load Registers 4 Different Velocities in 4 Different Barrels

    Editor
    19 Sep 2014 | 11:09 pm
    Put the same load in a variety of barrels (with the same length and chamberings) and you’ll see a wide variance in muzzle velocity. In fact, it’s not unusual to see up to 100 fps difference from one barrel to the next. We demonstrated this with a comparison test of Lapua factory ammo. Chron Testing Lapua Factory Ammo At our Southern California test range, we chronographed Lapua 105gr 6mmBR factory ammo in three different 8-twist barrels of similar length. The results were fascinating. Lapua specs this ammo at 2790 fps, based on Lapua’s testing with its own 26″ test…
  • Slow-Motion Video Shows Bullets Pass Through Muzzle Brakes

    Editor
    19 Sep 2014 | 11:07 pm
    If you want to see how a muzzle brake really works, definitely watch this remarkable slow-motion video compiled by Proof Research. This amazing video features a variety of firearms: suppressed 9mm pistol, .338 Norma rifle, .300 WinMag rifle, 12ga comp’d shotgun, plus an AR15 and AR10. This Must-Watch Video Has Some Amazing Ultra-Slow-Motion Segments Watch the ultra-slow motion segment at the 2:55 mark and you can actually see a .30-cal bullet spin its way through the muzzle brake, leaving trail of flame that blows out the ports. Interestingly, at the 3:10 mark, you can also see a bright…
  • New Hard Air Magazine Website for Air Rifle Shooters

    Editor
    19 Sep 2014 | 11:05 pm
    Given the high cost of reloading components, and how difficult it is to find rimfire ammo these days, many shooters are looking seriously at air rifles, at least for short-range training and plinking. Air rifle shooting is quiet and fun. Plus there is a virtually inexhaustible supply of free air on the planet. Airguns are increasing in popularity for many reasons including cost factors, powder and ammo shortages, and tighter restrictions on centerfire guns. How popular have airguns become? Consider this — it is estimated that over TEN MILLION airguns will be purchased in the U.S. in…
  • Tech Tip: Try Rotating Cartridge During Bullet Seating Process — This Might Reduce Bullet Run-Out

    Editor
    19 Sep 2014 | 6:33 am
    Here is a simple technique that can potentially help you load straighter ammo, with less run-out. It costs nothing and adds only a few seconds to the time needed to load a cartridge. Next time you’re loading ammo with a threaded (screw-in) seating die, try seating the bullet in two stages. Run the cartridge up in the seating die just enough to seat the bullet half way. Then lower the cartridge and rotate it 180° in the shell-holder. Now raise the cartridge up into the die again and finish seating the bullet. Steve, aka “Short Range”, one of our Forum members, recently…
  • ‘Top Cop’ Vadasz Wins Unprecedented Sixth Police Shooting Title

    Editor
    19 Sep 2014 | 5:54 am
    Story based on report by Lars Dalseide for NRABlog A strong argument can be made that Robert Vadasz is the greatest law enforcement pistol shooter of all time — in this galaxy or any other. This past week Border Patrolman Vadasz captured an unprecedented sixth NRA National Police Shooting Championship (NPSC). That’s five in a row for Robert, and six titles in the last seven years. How do you spell dominance? V-A-D-A-S-Z. Robert Vadasz Blazes his Way to a Sixth NPSC Title. This year Robert had to overcome a jammed pistol in one of his relays, but he still managed to shoot top score…
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    Base Camp Legends

  • Up Close!

    Sue Sorenson
    17 Sep 2014 | 8:53 am
    I posted the story of our hunt on September 6th… but here’s the video of my encounter with the bull that came within 16 yards of me! In the video you can see that I would have had an opportunity to shoot when the bull turned. I was thinking all the while he was facing me of this…but my indecision cost me the opportunity! Another lesson learned. You need to be confident and decisive in making judgments on what the bull is presenting you! What a awesome encounter and now of course I’m  helplessly addicted to elk hunting… especially hunting the rut! The post Up…
  • Opening Day

    Sue Sorenson
    16 Sep 2014 | 11:00 am
    August 29, 2014 found us hiking up the mountain to spend the night on a narrow hogback waiting for the dawning of the 2014 archery season. A dawn Gary came close to never seeing… It started with a very innocent looking shale slide. We have crossed many shale slides. This one really looked no different. We found ourselves committed with no turning back when things took a very nasty turn. I had gone on ahead, very consumed with trying to stay on the mountain, so I never noticed until I was across that Gary was not behind me. By this time I had gone around an outcrop of rock so Gary was…
  • One Week into September

    Sue Sorenson
    16 Sep 2014 | 10:31 am
    September 6th found us high up on the mountainside in the cool timber at the edge of the elk’s favorite bedding grounds. We had heard the bugles drifting down on the morning thermals as we hiked up in the dark that morning. Gary was pretty certain where they would be and formed a plan to draw a lonely bull within bow range.             The elk had been silent for over an hour as we made our way up to the edge of the dark timber where Gary was certain they were bedding. He had past experience with this area, and knew we didn’t dare venture any further.
  • Turkey and Bear-Catching up on the Spring Hunts!

    Sue Sorenson
    31 Aug 2014 | 6:31 pm
    Now that Opening day of Archery season has come and gone and the magical month of September is stretching out before us, I will try and get caught up on the hunts we had in the Spring! I drew a Spring bear tag in a unit we know very well… I’ve drawn this tag three times now, and it’s also the unit we elk hunt in. I was hoping third times a charm, as I had yet to fill a bear tag. Gary was able to go with me in April and as always it was beautiful with the green hills and wild flowers. There were deer in abundance…but we never saw a bear… not even any bear sign.
  • Update From The Great Plains

    Sue Sorenson
    19 Feb 2014 | 3:00 am
    Well it looks like Tom’s family is getting acquainted with the Nebraska Outdoors.  Since moving there in December He’s been deer hunting three times, goose hunting once, shot his first Nebraska Coyote and this past weekend he went Ice fishing for the first time in his life.  Seems they aren’t letting any moss grow under their feet before they jump with both feet into all the Great Plains has to offer! Evidently Nebraska doesn’t have the long waiting period that most states have to get your residency and a hunting /fishing license. Deer hunting with his little scouts…
 
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  • 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
  • J&V Big Game Outfitters

    Chris
    29 Jul 2014 | 3:29 pm
    J&V Big Game Outfitters provide safe, top quality guided hunting services to clients pursuing big game in Idaho’s panhandle. We will solely focus our operations on free range trophy elk, deer (mule and whitetail), bear, moose, and mountain lion from the Shefoot Mountain and Slate Creek areas. Our services and policies are ecologically sound and environmentally friendly to ensure animal herds are sustained for generations to come. J&V Big Game Outfitters is owned and operated by James and Victoria Parsons. We are the only outfitters in portions of Idaho’s wildlife management areas…
  • Genesis Whitetails

    Jason Gill
    9 Jul 2014 | 4:46 am
    Genesis Whitetails is a Huntsville, Illinois outfitter and hunting guide who guided hunts include whitetail deer. Company: Genesis Whitetails Street: RR 1 Box 10 City: Huntsville State: Illinois Zip: 62344 Phone: 217-392-2115 Website: www.genesiswhitetails.com Outfitter Specializes in Guided Hunts of: Whitetail Deer If You’ve Used this Outfitter, Leave a Review
  • Linwood Taxidermy

    Chris
    9 Jul 2014 | 4:12 am
    Linwood Taxidermy is located in the Northern Great Lakes Region in Mid Michigan. With simple shipping methods, we consider all customers to be local. We do all work in house, only tanning is sent locally to the top tannery in the nation ensuring the best professional, commercial tan possible. Company: Linwood Taxidermy Street:182 N Seven Mile Rd City: Linwood State: Michigan Zip: 48634 Phone: 989-239-8801 Outfitter Website | Twitter | Facebook Taxidermist Specializes in the Taxidermy of: big game, small game, upland game birds, birds, fish, waterfowl, warm and salt water fish, exotics,…
  • Tusk-N-Tines Outfitters of Ohio

    Jason Gill
    18 May 2014 | 3:28 am
    Tusk-N-Tines Outfitters of Ohio is a Latham, Ohio outfitter and hunting guide Located in the hills of beautiful southern Ohio, we offer a large selection of wild hogs, Arkansas, Russian and European Boar. Our trophy list also includes; Trophy Whitetail Deer, Whitetail Does, Trophy Bull Elk, Cow Elk , Fallow Bucks, Fallow Does, Red Stag, a variety of Trophy Rams (Mouflon Rams,Big Horn Rams, Painted Desert Rams, Corsican Rams, Texas Dall Ram and exotic breeds of goats and sheep), and also many other species (please call for availability). We specialize in wild boar and whitetail hunts. Our wild…
 
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  • Daniel Defense Makes the Inc. 500|5000 List for the Third Consecutive Year

    HL News
    18 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am
    Black Creek, GA, September 17, 2014 – Daniel Defense, engineering and manufacturing the world’s finest weapons systems, precision rail systems and accessories, has been ranked Number 1568 by Inc. magazine on its 33rd annual Inc. 500/5000. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy—America’s independent entrepreneurs. Daniel Defense, a Georgia-based company and leader in the firearms community, is honored to be included again for 2014. Companies such as Yelp, Pandora, Timberland, Dell, Domino’s Pizza, LinkedIn, Zillow, and many other…
  • Motorola Solutions Bluetooth® Compatible MU350R Consumer Radios and PTT Button Offer Outdoor Enthusiasts Wireless Hands-Free Communication

    HL News
    18 Sep 2014 | 7:30 am
    SCHAUMBURG, Ill. – Sept. 17, 2014– Just in time for the fall hunting season, Motorola Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: MSI) offers its TALKABOUT® consumer two-way radios and separate push-to-talk button (PTT) allowing hunters to communicate wirelessly by pairing with a Bluetooth headset. The Motorola Talkabout MU350R two-way radios also feature enhanced audio clarity and battery life capabilities, making it a powerful communication device for serious hunting and outdoor enthusiasts. Wireless Clear Connections For Hands-Free Communication Hunters can communicate wirelessly without having to worry…
  • Bryan Sikes Wins Bushnell-GA Precision PRO-AM Long Range Match

    HL News
    18 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    (L to R) Tom Fuller, Bryan Sikes, George Gardner Overland Park, Kan. – Bryan Sikes of Team Bushnell Tactical / GA Precision won yet another long range precision rifle match. His latest victory occurred at the Bushnell-GA Precision PRO-AM Long Range Match, hosted at the K&M Shooting Facility in Baker, Florida Aug 30-31, 2014. The Bushnell GAP Pro-Am was the largest match yet at the K&M facility, with 152 competitors paired into 76 teams of one Pro and one Amateur shooter. The match concept was the idea of George Gardner of GA Precision and Bushnell’s own Tom Fuller as a way…
  • QDMA Named North Carolina Conservation Organization of the Year

    HL News
    18 Sep 2014 | 6:30 am
    The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) was recently named the 2013 Conservation Organization of the Year in North Carolina. The honor was bestowed as part of the North Carolina Wildlife Federation’s 51st Annual Governor’s Conservation Awards. Walter McDuffie of Elizabethtown, North Carolina, a QDMA Life Member and vice president of the QDMA’s Braden Lakes Branch, accepted the award on behalf of QDMA members in the Tar Heel State. Several other QDMA Branch volunteers were also in attendance for the award presentation. According to the North Carolina Wildlife…
  • NORTH DAKOTA MAN NAMED FIELD & STREAM’S CONSERVATION HERO OF THE YEAR

    Kevin Paulson
    18 Sep 2014 | 6:18 am
      September 18, 2014— New York, NY— Field & Stream, the world’s leading outdoor magazine, announced today that Ryan Krapp of Bismarck, N.D., has been named the publication’s 2014 Conservation Hero of the Year. Field & Stream’s Heroes of Conservation program, now in its ninth year, is dedicated to honoring volunteers involved in grassroots projects that protect and maintain fish and wildlife habitat across the country. As state chair of the North Dakota Mule Deer Foundation for two years, and a leader of his local chapter for six years before that, Krapp has been instrumental…
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    Deer & Deer Hunting | Whitetail Deer Hunting Tips

  • Great Tips About How to Lease Your Own Hunting Property

    Alan Clemons
    20 Sep 2014 | 9:00 am
    If you’ve ever considered leasing your own property for hunting, this week’s all-new Deer & Deer Hunting TV is must-watch television. Airing this Sunday on NBC Sports, the latest Deer & Deer Hunting TV will guide viewers through the ins and outs of finding, signing and managing leased ground.Steve Bartylla has several great tips for land and whitetail management he’ll share on Deer & Deer Hunting TV.For viewers interested in leasing options, hunting expert Steve Bartylla is on hand to discuss the important things to consider before making a decision. Bartylla shares…
  • The Best Blood-Trailing Advice of All

    Daniel E. Schmidt Editor-in-Chief
    20 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am
    Holly Sherman is all smiles after recovering her first bow-buck earlier this week in central Wisconsin. (photo courtesy of Lon Sherman)The best blood trailing advice I could ever offer anyone was reaffirmed by my friend Lon yesterday when he was helping track a deer shot by his daughter-in-law. That advice is simple: Never, ever give up on a deer that you know you shot.By Daniel E. SchmidtSounds simple enough, but I’ve seen too many guys give up on blood trails because a deer “wasn’t bleeding enough” or the blood trail “suddenly went dry.”Lon first texted…
  • Ground Blind Hunting for Big Bucks in North Dakota

    D&DH Editor Dan Schmidt
    19 Sep 2014 | 10:37 am
     It’s down to the wire for Dan as he heads out for the last sit on his early season North Dakota bowhunting trip to Chris Jorde’s Heart J Outfitters. Will he score on a big buck while hunting from a ground blind?The summer bachelor groups showed so much promise. Where these deer disappear to once the season starts is almost a mystery! (photo courtesy of Heart J Outfitters)by Daniel E. SchmidtThe fun thing about early season bowhunting is that you get a head start on everyone else. This is especially true when hunting a place like North Dakota, with its annual pre-Labor Day…
  • Incredibly Awesome Bow Hunting Shots on Big Bucks

    Alan Clemons
    19 Sep 2014 | 9:34 am
    If you’re not out in the woods hunting or in the yard practicing your shooting, you’re likely thinking about deer, bows, hunting or everything!Scratch your hunting itch by watching this fantastic compilation of bowhunting shots from Mossy Oak and their crack crew of videographers. You’ll see some monster bucks, cool bucks, great scenery and good shots, which might put a little more fire in your belly for the season!SEE: Be Sure to Stay Safe in Your Stand This Season!The post Incredibly Awesome Bow Hunting Shots on Big Bucks appeared first on Deer & Deer Hunting |…
  • Gigantic Velvet Buck is a Jaw-Dropping Stunner

    Alan Clemons
    19 Sep 2014 | 6:57 am
    Monster velvet buck reportedly killed in Minnesota and it’s a freak!Big buck reports are rolling in from all parts of the country as deer seasons open, and we’re starting to see some magnificent deer that make our jaws drop!This one is definitely in that category. We’re still trying to find out more information about the hunter and the buck. Internet chatter and social media sites have this one coming from Winona or Houston counties in Minnesota, possibly, but we’re still checking.Just at a rough count of this giant buck we see at least 20 points, including the…
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    Cherry Tree Country Clothing

  • New Season Shooting Clothing

    B Bithell
    12 Sep 2014 | 2:18 am
    With the shooting season now upon us, it’s that time of year, once again, when you open up your wardrobe and dig out all of your shooting clothing items. Or, Continue Reading → The post New Season Shooting Clothing appeared first on Cherry Tree Country Clothing.
  • The Gifts for Farmers Idea Guide!

    B Bithell
    3 Sep 2014 | 2:37 am
    Luxury, Unique, Novelty Gifts For Farmers Just where would we be without the wonderful men and women of our farming community? When you think about it, they continue to provide Continue Reading → The post The Gifts for Farmers Idea Guide! appeared first on Cherry Tree Country Clothing.
  • New Season Shooting Clothing ready for 2014 Shooting Season

    B Bithell
    20 Aug 2014 | 2:36 am
    The Red Grouse Shooting Season Is Open With this years Red Grouse shooting season now open, (in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland -  but not Isle of Man until August Continue Reading → The post New Season Shooting Clothing ready for 2014 Shooting Season appeared first on Cherry Tree Country Clothing.
  • Special gifts for that special person!

    B Bithell
    12 Aug 2014 | 12:49 am
    Go on then, find special gifts for those special people in your life! As most of us will know, it’s not always easy trying to find an ideal gift for Continue Reading → The post Special gifts for that special person! appeared first on Cherry Tree Country Clothing.
  • Just mad about hats!

    B Bithell
    29 Jul 2014 | 4:01 am
    Picture the scene! A location approximately five miles east of Manchester City Centre has farmers, who, along with their families, are busy using any spare time they have couped up Continue Reading → The post Just mad about hats! appeared first on Cherry Tree Country Clothing.
 
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  • Knife Deal: Best Price On Spyderco Dragonfly Salt H1

    Michael
    10 Sep 2014 | 4:04 pm
    The Yellow Spyderco Dragonfly 2 Salt with plain edge and practically rustproof H1 stainless steel has dropped to $41.87 from Amazon. That’s the Dragonfly Salt’s lowest price on record from the online retailer for this particular model and the lowest I have ever personally seen any version of the Dragonfly selling for, aside from used auction prices or forum sales. The Dragonfly is one of Spyderco’s most popular “little big knives”. A crowd favorite for EDC due to its light weight and compact size. The Salt model has two major differences from a standard…
  • Best Footwear for Survival – If The Shoe Fits

    Michael
    9 Sep 2014 | 3:28 pm
    In order to improve your chances of survival in times of crisis, it is very important to wear the proper type of footwear. Poor footwear can restrict your movement to a significant extent. When seconds matter high mobility is everything. In addition, you will lose a lot of heat through your feet if the shoes you’re wearing are not properly insulated. Not wearing the right kind of footwear during times of disaster can lead to a host of potentially life-threatening problems ranging from cuts, bruises, sores and infection. In extreme conditions the complete absence of footwear could be a…
  • Lansky Turn Box Review: Crock Stick Knife Sharpener with Ceramic Rods

    Michael
    28 Aug 2014 | 6:55 am
    Today I am reviewing the Lansky Turn Box Crock Stick knife sharpener (model LCD5D with 4 ceramic rods); one of my favorite sharpening systems for its quick touch up ability, ease of use and portability for carrying in the field. Despite my best efforts, I have never been skilled at manual sharpening with a whetstone. Countless hours of practice have mostly lead to inconsistent sharpness, incorrect edge angles, wasted time and much frustration. This simple little $12 sharpening system from Lansky can alleviate all those complications. The Lansky Turn Box is a very affordable, compact, quick…
  • Nano-Oil Review: Best Knife Lubricant for Smooth Delpoyment

    Michael
    16 Aug 2014 | 9:53 am
    Lubrication is of prime importance to prevent the failure of folding knives, tools and other mechanical devices that create friction. A good knife lubricant applied to the pivot can even make stiff blades much easier and smoother to open or close. For my money Nano-Oil (Link) has been the best product for this purpose. Nano-Oil is a premium lubrication option with a price tag to match, but the performance and advantages it offers over other oils is worth the added cost. If you spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on folding knives a high quality lubricant is also a must to keep their…
  • Kershaw CQC-6K Unboxing and First Impressions

    Michael
    8 Aug 2014 | 5:20 pm
    The Kershaw CQC-6K I ordered last week finally arrived. Now it’s time for an unboxing. The CQC-6K came in a very nice box with the Emerson skull printed on the top of the box. It states “Designed by Emerson” and “Built By Kershaw” on the side, giving a clear indication of what to expect. Along with the typical paperwork Kershaw has included a packet containing three additional screws. The hardware also happens to be standard Phillips and flat head screws instead of torx. A nice touch. I wish more makers would do this, especially with budget knives as it’s…
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    GunsandOptics.com | Hunting Gear Review

  • The Critical Firearm Accessories For Rifle

    admin
    20 Sep 2014 | 7:09 am
    The simple, unpretentious sling is something that a soldier can barely manage to ignore. In the mass of essentials, the sling of a technologically advanced firearm like the Nightforce Beast Scope may appear to be insignificant. The prepper, who has to be always alert for an extended period of time and protect himself and the surroundings, only understands how important it is to carry the rifle in an utmost comfortable position. The man needs to build his tent, light up a fire and check on the available resources while wearing his blaster, perhaps a Nightforce Beast 5.5-22×56 MOAR. It is…
  • Sling – A Critical Firearm Accessory But Often Ignored

    admin
    16 Sep 2014 | 7:24 am
    Sling is one of those critical firearm accessories that are completely overlooked by the users. We are more aware of our firearms or which rifle scope to use. We make a big deal about whether to use Nightforce Beast 5.5-22×56 MOAR and how to mount it on the firearms but we conveniently overlook this cheap and easily available accessory which is so important for the shoulder-fired weapons. You can either use a Nightforce Beast Scope or a Zeiss, but sling will be a constant factor for all the firearms. Serious hunters know that how slings work without much fanfare during critical…
  • Kimber Offers – Pistols For Everyone

    admin
    12 Sep 2014 | 1:44 am
    It has been only a few decades ago that Kimbers had set its foot on the path of rimfire rifles after obtaining a contract from the Government of America. From the onset, Kimbers’ focus had been to maintain flawless quality products. After adding a few centrefire variations of rimfire rifles, Kimbers laid its hands on 1911 pistols. With phenomenal pace Kimbers soon grabbed 40 per cent of the market of 1911 pistols. This newly established manufacturer introduced a wide range of Kimbers 45 1911 pistols. Beginning with the Custom family, Kimbers 1911 pistols in this category include the Kimber…
  • Can You Compare Schmidt Bender Short Dot And Elcan Specterdr?

    admin
    10 Sep 2014 | 7:28 am
    I have come across various forums where people argue over these two rifle scopes: Elcan Specterdr and Schmidt Bender Short Dot. Whilst some think that S&B has no competition, others are of the opinion that Elcan delivers perfectly. The Schmidt Bender Short Dot vs Elcan Specterdr argument seems never ending. As far as I am concerned a comparison between Schmidt Bender Short Dot and Elcan Specterdr scopes are not feasible. Whether it is the Schmidt Bender reticles or their glasses, these rifle scopes display better quality and higher prices than Elcan scopes. In fact, the S&B scopes are…
  • Guide To Choosing A Kimber Mountain Rifle/Deer Hunting Rifles

    admin
    5 Sep 2014 | 11:14 pm
    The sheer variety of Kimber rifles for sale can be overwhelming hence Intelligent choice begins with knowledge. The variations of the rifles include different: actions, stock materials, barrel lengths, metal materials and finishes, and calibers. Calibers: The beginning deer hunter must first choose the cartridge that he or she wants the rifle to shoot. Standard cartridges are manufactured to specific physical dimensions and dynamic characteristics and named accordingly. This means in order to safely fire a cartridge, a Kimber .22 rifle is designed to fire only that specific cartridge.
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    International Hunting Consultants

  • Utah Bison Hunts in the Henry Mountains – Conservation Tags

    Cory Glauner
    18 Sep 2014 | 5:18 am
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Utah Bison Hunts in the Henry Mountains - Conservation Tags Utah Buffalo Hunting in the Henry Mountains Tax Deductible Conservation Tags Available Free Range Bison Hunt Hunt on a Private Herd can also be arranged learn more | Ask about this hunt Utah Bison Hunts in the Henry Mountains – Conservation Tags International Hunting Consultants
  • Kenetrek breakthrough in boot technology

    Cory Glauner
    12 Sep 2014 | 10:04 am
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Kenetrek Launches EverStep Orthopedics A lot of our Kenetrek customers tell us about the support they receive from their boots, and how Kenetrek hikers and mountain boots feel “therapeutic“compared to their old boots. So when a physician came to us with an idea for an Orthopedic boot, we were intrigued. He had a lot of […] Kenetrek breakthrough in boot technology International Hunting Consultants
  • Elk Decoy Setup Guide by Montana Decoy

    Cory Glauner
    11 Sep 2014 | 8:46 am
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters by Montana Decoy Some great information on how to use an elk decoy by professional elk hunters, such as Fred Eicler. The post rut is my favorite time to decoy elk. Bulls seem to be a little more vocal and bugling to find that last cow in heat. This time of year, you can really […] Elk Decoy Setup Guide by Montana Decoy International Hunting Consultants
  • Black Gold / Kershaw Knives Giveaway

    Cory Glauner
    9 Sep 2014 | 11:08 am
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters First, “LIKE” the pages below to qualify: Pro Guide Direct THEN, To enter, LIKE & SHARE this graphic: Winner will be selected on Friday, September 19th at 10 PM MST. Multiple Entries allowed. Enter daily. Black Gold / Kershaw Knives Giveaway International Hunting Consultants
  • Grizzly Bear / Dall Sheep Alaska Combo Hunt

    Cory Glauner
    3 Sep 2014 | 10:23 am
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters I started out as a little boy watching my dad leave for big game hunts year after year until I was old enough to go. I have always enjoyed hunting and being outdoors. A few years ago, a good friend of mine went on a successful dall sheep hunt. After hearing his stories and seeing […] Grizzly Bear / Dall Sheep Alaska Combo Hunt International Hunting Consultants
 
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