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Say A Prayer for the Wildthings Like You Mean It

Okay, American deerhunters, brace thy-selves, for IT has arrived, by all realworld indicators, IT is upon us, The Time has come and we have liftoff! It is official-reasoning predators are up and adam, moving and grooving, sneaking and stalking, practicing and honing,  tweaking and adjusting, gearing up and finely tuning and strategizing and celebrating...

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Locavore Blog: Five Bowhunting and Tree Stand Safety Tips

I’ll be hunting from two, possibly three, tree stand locations on our property this October. Based on Bryce Towsley’s advice on scent control, I know I need to switch locations throughout the season so the scent has a chance to neutralize. In fact, he mentioned that the first day you hunt in a tree...

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Do You Really Want to Die While Deer Hunting?

The stories about deer hunters falling from treestands and sustaining severe injuries or dying usually are the ones we hear about in the news media or at outdoors shows. During my newspaper writing career I wrote several of these stories. I hated it. I knew there was a family involved that might be reliving...

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Communication is the Vehicle for All Upgrade

Deeranddeerhunting.com NugeBlog#50! August 15, 2014. Are you kidding me? How wild is that! So let me see if I’ve got this right; you expect me to believe that this here over-the-top, hyper-everything, author of Wango Tango and My Love Is Like A Tire Iron, is actually hired to and capable of writing somewhat cognizant,...

Practice, practice, practice!

Locavore Blog: Bowhunting and Archery Practice

Between harvesting potatoes, freezing and drying vegetables and herbs from the garden, and getting my daughter ready for the upcoming back-to-school routine coming our way in just a few weeks, I’ve been making sure that archery practice doesn’t get pushed aside. With the countdown on to bow season this fall — I can take...

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On the Hunt: Trophy Whitetails with Pat & Nicole Reeve

Widely regarded as two of the most knowledgeable bowhunters in the industry, Pat and Nicole Reeve are well-versed in the art of deer hunting and now they’re sharing their expertise with a new audience in a new book. Trophy Whitetails with Pat and Nicole Reeve offers fans of Driven TV and hunters around the...

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I Smell Fall

I swear to God this last glorious week smelled like that magical effervescent fall pungent punch did it not! Did you all get a good whiff of that? I snorted some mighty fine air in numerous American geographical time-zones from MI, WV, OH, WI, MN, KS, CO, UT, WY, OR, SD and beyond, and...

Hunting expert Bryce Towsley shares his knowledge on scent control.

Locavore Blog: Basic Scent Control for Beginners

Scent control is an important part of hunting that beginners need to learn and experienced hunters are always improving upon. While I thought I understood some of the basics based on the years of washing my husband’s hunting clothes in ScentKiller detergent, there are so many other aspects that are important if you hope...

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Is Blaze Orange Really Necessary?

Dan, As a deer hunter who (by my guesstimate) has hunted many states for whitetails, would you consider the mandatory wearing of blaze orange for big game rifle hunters a hindrance towards hunters? My state of Louisiana does have such, but there are 9 states which do not. I do hunt one of those...