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Hot Gear: Ranew’s Hanging Judge Gambrel

When all your hard work scouting and hunting finally pays off and you put a trophy deer on the ground, you immediately wonder how much that deer actually weighs. With the new Ranew’s Outdoors Hanging Judge Gambrel with Scale, you can take the guesswork out of recording the weight of the deer you kill on your...

Six Hunting Tips for Better Scent Control

Like a kid at Christmas, it was hard to hide my juvenile excitement as the UPS truck was backing into my driveway. Everybody loves getting things in the mail, and I was especially excited for this package. This season’s ScentBlocker order was sure to not disappoint. I am a loyal scent control disciple and...

Buck Pole Honor Roll 2016-17: Your Best Whitetails

Deer season is here and so is the annual Buck Pole Honor Roll with your smiling faces and whitetails, blacktails and more from across the country! Each year we highlight deer and the hunters who killed them with photos that will be updated all season long. These are from submissions on social media and via email....

Working Class Whitetails: Hunt for a Buck Called Lefty

Join the over-the-shoulder hunt for a 230-class whitetail in southern Iowa that will have you on the edge of your seat wondering if it comes within range. After watching the Working Class Whitetails crew and this amazing buck, you’ll learn the fate of this incredible whitetail. Working Class Whitetails, Season 1, Episode 9. Original...

History of Remington Arms: An American Success Story

Come along for a fascinating look at how one family’s passion built an iconic American business and galvanized an entire community in New York’s Mohawk Valley. “200 Years of Remington Arms.” In 1816, legend has it that a young Eliphalet Remington II believed he could build a better gun than he could buy, and...

DDH Classic: Grandpa’s Food Plot Proverbs and Secrets

Believe it or not, many old truisms, proverbs and old-time sayings teach valuable lessons when farming for wildlife. I had the pleasure and opportunity to know my grandparents when I was young. My grandparents were born in the early 1900s and lived long lives. This provided me with many years of wonderful relationships …...

The Best Tips for Scouting and Bowhunting Deer

IOLA, Wis. (Dec. 8, 2016) – Bowhunters of all ages and experience levels will find plenty of useful tips inside Bowhunters’ Digest, 6th Edition. Throughout the book, well-known author, experienced guide and bowhunter Patrick Meitin shares a wealth of knowledge about hunting tactics, equipment selection, tuning and accuracy to help all bowhunters take their skills...

Exodus Place Appoints Nugent as Ambassador

DETROIT — Exodus Place, a nonprofit that cares for homeless military veterans, has announced rock legend Ted Nugent is joining them as ambassador. Nugent is supporting the nonprofit with the goal of making Michigan the leading state in achieving zero military veteran homelessness. The musician believes with everyone’s support, it is achievable. “Ted has...

How High Should I Hang My Tree Stands?

  How high should I hang my stands? This is one of the most common questions in bowhunting. Elevated hunting’s No. 1 selling point is literally rising above the astute noses of the game we pursue. In bowhunting, there’s another majorly important consideration: Undetected shot execution during the conspicuous draw cycle. Tugging a bowstring to...