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How To Hunt

How do I learn to hunt? If it is something you've never done before and never had a mentor, this is a big question. If you're interested in learning how to get started hunting and harvesting local game for food, this article will help point you in the right direction.


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The 2018 RUT
Although every deer hunter knows "the rut" is a great time to hunt, many don't fully understand it's various phases. This "cheat sheet" will give you the most important things you to consider as you hunt the rut this fall.
Arrow Building for Bow Hunters
Building your own hunting arrows will add to your enjoyment of the sport and give you the confidence of knowing you're shooting a carefully built arrow that was precisely crafted for your setup. This article will explain how to build your own arrows step-by-step.
Killer Duck Blinds On A Budget
Duck Blinds can range from super-simple quick setups to permanent structure that have all the comforts of home. If you would like to save a little money without giving up good concealment, consider the following budget duck blind tips.
Food Plot 101 - 9 Easy Steps to Growing a Successful Whitetail Food Plot
For you beginners out there who are interested in planting food plots for the first time, I wanted to help you learn from my mistakes so you do not make the same ones yourselves. So, here is a simple, step-by-step process you can follow to get your hunting food plots off to a good start!
Playing The Spread
Small differences in decoy setups can have a big impact on how approaching birds work (or not) -and ultimately on the success of your hunt. Learn some tips in this article and share some of your own ideas.
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