See-Through Walls on Primos SurroundView 270-Degree Blind are Mind-Boggling

The ground blind game is about to change forever. See-through walls? What year is it? Well, the future is here, and Primos is leading the way. Ground hunting blinds can be extremely effective. Whether you’re hunting turkeys or whitetails, a good ground blind can get you into places a tree stand often won’t. Primos first…

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10 Things That Come Along With Marrying a Hunter

It takes a special person to marry a hunter. When you say “I do” to a hunter, you’re committing not just to a person, but to a lifestyle. While it in no way reflects how much your spouse loves you, when it comes to hunting season you often take a backseat. You often find yourself making…

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Can You Kill a Big Tom if You Set Your Blind Up the Same Day?

What’s so special about the Rhino-300 blind? I’ve always been a big fan of the “two birds with one stone” motto, so that’s what I plan to do with this article. I’m going to answer both questions, as I attempted to hunt the same day I set up my Rhino-300. Efficiency make everything easier, and that…

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Michigan Lawmakers Make Move to End Ann Arbor’s Deer Sterilization Efforts

Travis SmolaThe Ann Arbor Michigan deer sterilization experiment may be coming to an end if a new bill becomes law. The saga of the urban deer herd in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has been a subject of hot debate across the state. Now, the Michigan House is looking to end at least one controversial aspect of it:…

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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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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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ScoutLook Weather Mapping Update Allows You to Burn Your Other Maps

scoutlookweather.comThe all-new ScoutLook Weather update provides hunters with everything they need and more.  ScoutLook Weather now offers hunters the ability to see property lines, property sizes and landowner information for 97 percent of the U.S. and in all 50 states. This is great for the next time you’re hunting a piece of property and you’re…

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An In-Depth Look at the Exodus Trek Trail Camera

Here are my first impressions of the Exodus Trek trail camera, a trail camera under $150 with a five-year warranty. Over the last few years, I’ve tried a handful of different camera brands, but have always found my way back to the Exodus trail cameras. They’ve launched three different cameras since they first came on…

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Shooting Wrong Bear Comes with a Price for British Columbia Bowhunter

Conservation Officer Service/FacebookA case of mistaken identity leads to an $8,001 charge. Mistakenly shooting the wrong species of bear in British Columbia, Canada, comes with a price, and for this bowhunter, that amounted to $8,001 in fines. Martin Chalupiak received sentencing March 14 after pleading guilty to killing a grizzly bear during a closed season.…

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Minnesota and South Dakota Working Hard to Understand CWD Impact

Popular hunting states are in overdrive studying the effects of chronic wasting disease. Joining the list of states paying close attention the impact of CWD are South Dakota and Minnesota. Both states had a significant number of disease reports last year. This year, they’re going after the disease in big ways. Photo Credit: South Dakota…

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