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Kansas Rich with Deer

Big game firearm season will begin at the end of November. Photo courtesy Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism.One of the most popular seasons for Kansas outdoorsman is just around the corner. Big game firearm season will begin at the end of November. According to the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, big game […]

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7 Times You Must Be on Stand During the Rut

7 Times You Must Be on Stand During the Rut Deer hunting is complex. There’s nothing easy about it. It’s hard to kill a deer — especially mature ones. Old bucks and does alike are completely different creatures than their younger counterparts. That’s why it takes serious preparation and well-thought-out plans to succeed in filling […]

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Make The Most Of Bowhunting The Rut With Mock Scrapes

After the first few weeks of bow season, a buck’s predictability factor typically diminishes. Changing food sources coupled with sudden hunting pressure and newly disbanded bachelor groups can often make bucks reclusive and tough to pattern. As daylight wanes and temperatures begin to drop, however, hunters are encouraged by the reassuring notion that the best […]

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Top 10 Spots for Bowhunting Virginia’s Trophy Bucks

Deer hunters living below the Mason-Dixon Line know you don’t always need to shoot a big-bodied deer to get big antlers. Virginia’s a prime example of that. Thanks to ample agricultural crops, tough-to-traverse terrain and miles of thick swamps, the Old Dominion State has the perfect trifecta for growing Pope & Young racks— even if only a […]

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