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We’ve invited some of our favorite deer hunters to join us in our blogs and share their amazing hunting experiences with you.


Turkeys In The Snow?

Saw zero birds on Wednesday, seven toms and a jake (Thursday), no interest in my decoys. Last Saturday, daylight until noon, I had three jakes in decoys; they left and I called them back. Too bad for one of them. Took a short walk and found half of an 8-point, last year’s shed. How...

Parents may struggle with letting 'em go, but no matter the age kids will usually let them know when it's OK.

Hunters, When Do We Let Them Go?

It’s been seven years since I sat down and started plucking away at this computer about my daughter’s first deer hunt. By Robby Corsaro As I prepare for my upcoming deer hunt, I love to get the juices flowing by reading many articles about deer, hunting, camaraderie, and time spent with friends or family...


Role of the Hunter in the Debate About Firearms, Gun Control

This guest blog is from George C. Thornton, CEO of the National Wild Turkey Federation: Sportsmen were the original conservationists and remain the driving force in conservation today. By purchasing hunting and fishing licenses, paying a voluntarily imposed excise tax on all firearms, ammunition and other sporting equipment (Pittman-Robertson Act and Dingell-Johnson Act), and...

Hall of Fame inductee Gail Martin (left), patriarch of Martin Archery, with Archery Hall of Fame president, M.R. James. (Photo: The Archery Wire)

Archery Hall of Fame Opens With Fanfare

It was an atmosphere filled with spirited archers and bowhunters, in addition to the unmistakable spirits of archers and bowhunters from the past. By J.R. Absher, The Archery Wire There’s simply no more accurate depiction of last weekend’s official opening of the Archery Hall of Fame and induction of its new class at the...