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Yowza! Ted Nugent with a nice buck!

A Sincere, Hearty Attaboy to Deerhunters Who Remain Strapless

HAPPY December my backstrap BloodBrothers! I missed one hellofa great mature trophy whitetail buck this morning. Huge old wide heavy 10 pointer. I’m calling him a 6 maybe 7 year old, big, fat, stud of the Texas Hill Country monarch. I still hurt! By Ted Nugent After many hours, as usual, in my tree,...

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Wisconsin Headed for Deer Season Hangover

With another gun-deer season in the books in Wisconsin, it appears the once-hyped Deer Czar cure-all was indeed much ado about nothing. It’s been nearly three years since politicians hired out-of-state, private-sector deer managers to implement a program aimed at waylaying the complaints of deer hunters who believed the state was heading in the...

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Bushcraft 101: Tools, and Caring for Them, Are Invaluable

Quality, well-maintained tools can mean the difference between an enjoyable, comfortable tramp and an unsuccessful—or even dangerous—venture into the bush. By Dave Canterbury Remember from Chapter 1 that cutting tools are one of the five Cs. This means they are essential items when practicing bushcraft. Because there are so many options when it comes...

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Bushcraft 101: Tips and Tricks for Your Packs

There are many different packing configurations and brands on the market today, and the choices in colors and style are almost endless. I have never been a fan of packs with lots of pockets and compartments; whenever you look for a certain item, finding it becomes an ordeal. Keep things simple; our mentors of...

Ted Nugent loves bowhunting and gets into the woods almost every day of the season when he can, whether it's for big bucks like this or ducks and small game.

If You’re Not Tagged Out, Enjoy Enjoy Enjoy!

Happy continuing rut madness to you all, and happy backstraps across America! Is this month of November the greatest month of the year or what! Say HALLELUJAH and hunt with all you got as often as you can during this magic, mystical, maddening time of year. God knows I am! Remember when you are...

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Locavore Blog: Let’s Extend Vermont’s Bow Season!

After writing my last few posts, I started researching bow seasons and found out Vermont has the shortest bow season in the Northeast — lasting a mere 23 days this year! Neighboring states like New Hampshire and Connecticut have significantly longer seasons — lasting nearly twelve weeks! That doesn’t seem to give Vermont bowhunters a fair...