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    Tips For Bowhunting In The Rain

    Just because it’s raining outside doesn’t mean you have to cancel your hunting plans. With the right preparation and tips you can still have an enjoyable and successful hunt. Bowhunting In The Rain Always use a bow stringer to string your bow. Trying to string the bow by hand could injure your fingers or wrist. […] More

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    Aging Venison On Ice (Easy How To)

    Aging your venison will result in better texture and flavor. Aging for a few days allows enzymes in the muscle tissue to break it down. There are a number of ways to age venison including dry aging, wet aging, and ice aging. Today we will tell you how to age your venison with ice. Read […] More

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    Bighorn Sheep Hunting Guide

    The bighorn sheep offers a great hunt. The sheep is a sure thing for a trophy, but they are not always easy to find. If you are interested in this hunt one key thing is to get permission before hunting on a private ranch. Hunting this sheep is not difficult, but it does require patience […] More

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    Why You Should Use A Hunting Back Tension Release

    Are you tired of setting up for a shot only to watch your pin wave back and forth past the bullseye? If so, the problem is called target panic. And you need to use a back tension release! I know what you’re thinking: “But how would it help? I’m not tense.” It’s true, this technique […] More

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    Small Game Hunting Bag Buying Guide

    I’m an avid small game hunter and I’ve bought more small game gear bags than I care to admit. The right hunting bag can be the difference between a good day and a great one, so I’ve made this small game hunting bag list to show you what to look for. What To Look For […] More

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    How To Field Dress A Rabbit

    Skinning small game can be a challenge unless you have the right technique. Read on for step by step instructions on how to field dress a rabbit. Rabbit Anatomy Explained A rabbit’s anatomy can vary depending on its breed, age, diet, and activity level. But for all rabbits, the fur is thin and the skin […] More

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    How To Age Deer On The Hoof

    Have you been wondering if you can age a whitetail on the hoof? The hoof is one of the best indicators of an animal’s age. It can be used to tell the approximate age of a deer by examining the characteristics on the hoof. For example, a fawn’s hooves are proportionately bigger than that of […] More

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    Partridge Hunting Guide

    Hungarian partridges are a species of non-native birds that were imported to the USA in the late 1800s from Hungary and Czechoslovakia. Hunters usually catch birds while hunting for other types of game such as the sharptail grouse. The partridge is a difficult bird to hunt and this has led to it remaining an under […] More

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    Javelina Hunting Guide

    The first time I went Javelina hunting I had no idea what I was doing. I had never hunted anything quite like it. I didn’t know what to bring with me or where to go hunting. Luckily, a friend of mine, who is a seasoned javelina hunter, walked me through the whole process. Now I’m […] More

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    How To Buy A Used Hunting Bow (Compound and Recurve)

    You can save a lot of money if you buy a used hunting bow. However, before you make the purchase, it’s crucial that you do your research and know what to look for in a used hunting bow. There are two primary types of bows: compound and recurve. Compound bows shoot arrows or bolts that […] More

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    Bowhunting Pronghorn Antelope: Complete Guide

    Most hunters have filled whitetail tags but few have bagged a pronghorn antelope. Just the name conjures up images of the American west – wide open prairies with cowboys and Indians and lone hunters in pursuit of elusive game. Wide open spaces are still a hallmark of pronghorn habitat, but these days they’re likely to […] More

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    How To Stalk Turkey (Take More Turkey This Season)

    Are you heading out turkey hunting this year? If you are, then stalking turkey is something that you are going to need to know how to do well. This article will cover the basics of stalking turkey as well as some advanced techniques. First things first: You’re never going to find a live turkey by […] More

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