Author Archives: Ted Nugent

Whether Ted's in the stand with his trusty shotgun or Mathews bow, he's happy to have the chance to embrace and enjoy the outdoors.

Hone Your Projectile Management Instincts All Year Long!

Ahhh…  to contemplate the trajectory of one’s life. To envision our path in life. To take control of our destiny. Even the road less traveled needs to be negotiated with attentiveness and discipline. Zen, the origins of man’s earliest religion is to be the next step instead of just taking the next step. Now,...

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Long Road to the PrimalScream

FINALLY! After all that practice and dedication, 100s tortuous pre-dawn arousals and late nights getting home, after all those nerve wracking, patience testing hours, days and weeks in the treestand, FINALLY, a shooter deer is in range, broadside and looking the other way! Nerve endings a-twitter, neck-hairs quivering at attention, muscles tense and pulsating,...

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Happy Birthday Fred Bear!

Just a few days ago on March 5, 2017, 10 million of my closest friends around the world celebrated a special birthday party for my old buddy Fred Bear. Thanks to the miracle of the modern internet, legions of folk in numerous countries paid homage via my Facebook to a great man that had...

Freedom to enjoy our lives outdoors hunting, shooting, fishing and pursuing other liberties, doesn't come easily

WOW! That Deerseason Sure Was FUN!

I slept in this morning. No, really. It wasn’t storming, I wasn’t ill, not feeling particularly lazy or tired, but I simply slept in this morning, March 1, 2017 for the 1st time since September 4, 2016. You see, I’ve got this terminal American Dream Spirit of the Wild thang goin’ on, and I...

Mmmmm, who loves the flavors of venison?

Celebrate the Flesh with Sacred Venison

As goes the difficulty of effort goes the degree of celebration. That’s what I always say, and nothing personifies enormous effort manifesting enormous celebration quite like deerhunting. Since 90% of my deer are bagged with the ridiculously borderline impossibility of bowhunting, when after much prolonged patience testing sacrifice, a lifetime of indefatigable stealth honing...

Ted salutes all the Backstrap BloodBrothers out in the field and wishes great blessings upon you every day!

All Hail The American Hunter’s Generosity

It has happened 100s and 100s of times over the years. To help raise awareness for a given charity event, I get on regional radio shows across the country to promote and celebrate these glowing nonstop examples of the amazing generosity of Americans whenever our fellow man or the environment needs a helping hand....

From slickhead does to giant swampdonkeys to fish and fowl, Ted and the Nugent family enjoy every blessing nature gives them.

Venison: The Ultimate PR Tool for Hunters

Communication is everything. Our quality of life pivots on the simple two letters; P and R. What PR stands for is “public relations” and is best reduced to the ultra-simplicity of relating to the public. Beyond God, family and country, relating to the public pretty much covers everything important in life. As hunters we...

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HEAL THY BROTHER

Six-year-old Makon Lynn struggled to walk to the archery range. After a year of chemotherapy and tortuous radiation to treat his agonizing cancer, the little guy had to give all his fragile body could give just to get around. But the closer to the range he got, his energy and bounce picked up to...

Get your predatory vibe jacked way up high for deer, elk, small game and whatever else you enjoy!

Grateful to God, and I Love This Country!

Have you ever had the good fortune to be able to fly over all 50 of our beloved United States in a small airplane with a clear, unobstructed eagle’s eye view of this phenomenal place we call America? For many, many years, I have, and am compelled to share with my fellow deeranddeerhunting.com backstrap BloodBrothers...

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My Mystical Flight Life as a Bloodbrother

My whole life flashed before me in a heartbeat. Amazing how such an outrageous 68 year adventure can be encapsulated in the instantaneous flash of the mystical flight of an arrow, but somehow, it happens. And it happens all the time. Literally, all the time. And that’s because I shoot my bow all the...