4 Bear Shot Placement Tips to Keep in Mind This Spring

Clay Newcomb knows a thing or two about bear anatomy, so make sure you pay attention to his tips on bear shot placement. A bear has a slightly different internal anatomy than a deer, which can complicate things for people not used to hunting them. Fortunately, Bear Hunting Magazine Editor Clay Newcomb made this great video featuring…

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30 People Handed Trespassing Citations for Early Shed Hunting in Jackson, Wyoming

FacebookOfficials issued a slew of citations to people caught shed hunting in the National Elk Refuge near Jackson Hole. Wyoming is one of several states with season restrictions on shed hunting. One of the most popular areas to walk for antlers in the Equality State is outside of Jackson on Bridger-Teton National Forest Land. The…

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Wild turkey surprise: Locating and calling boss gobblers during the unusual spring of 2018

I have a vast network of hunting buddies and colleagues, and if I had to sum up in one word the reports so far out of this turkey season it would be … strange. Or maybe erratic? Unreliable? Inconsistent? Something along those lines. My own experience in three states thus far has echoed that general…

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8 of the Coolest Drop-Tine Bucks Ever

Facebook/FacebookEveryone enjoys a big buck with drop tines. Here are eight impressive bucks with some of the coolest drop tines ever seen on a whitetail deer. Nothing grabs a hunter’s attention quite like a buck with a drop tine. Many hunters go their whole deer hunting careers without ever seeing one in the woods, let…

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Northern Wisconsin County Has First Documented Case of CWD

Outdoor NewsA new CWD discovery in Oneida County has ramifications for hunters and local businesses alike. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources reported a wild deer suffering from chronic wasting disease in Oneida County. This is the county’s first documented case of a CWD-positive deer. The discovery took place in the town of Crescent, just…

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Here’s How to Choose a Good African Hunting Outfitter

All photos courtesy of Big Game Hunting AdventuresPlanning a hunting safari in Africa can be intimidating, especially for the first time. Here’s some help on how to choose the right outfitter. Just like any other industry, there are a few bad apples scattered among the hundreds of outfitters in Africa. Fortunately, most African hunting outfitters…

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How to Create a Food Plot without Money or Resources

No tractor, no problem. A large chunk of trophy bucks come from hunters who use food plots. This isn’t always feasible for every hunter. And, you might think you don’t have the right equipment to plant your own plot. Don’t worry, though, you don’t need a tractor. If you’re willing to work for it, you…

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Soil Samples: The First and Most Important Step in Building a Food Plot

Step one to any successful food plot is the obtaining a soil sample, it’s the most crucial part to the success of the entire operation. Have you ever wondered how much a food plot costs? Like, truly every dollar spent from the first step to the last? The guys from Top Pin Outdoors are taking…

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