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Modern Hunter Returns With Best Tips, Tactics and Gear

The second annual issue of Modern Hunter, which hits shelves this month, caters to the wide and varied outdoor interests of today’s hunters with articles and product recommendations from the industry’s top outdoor writers and photographers. Designed to inform and entertain the new generation of hunters, Modern Hunter encompasses the wide and varied hunting landscape, including bowhunting,...

Axis deer are found in some parts of Texas and provide great hunting opportunities.

No Deer? Don’t Go Quietly Into That Skunked Night!

Happy September 4th, 2014 my deeranddeerhunting.com NugeBlog BloodBrothers. IT is upon us and IT certainly feels good does IT not! I don’t know about you all but here at the NugeRanch, we smell IT and the backstraps be a comin! By Ted Nugent Once I got home from the greatest rocking tour of my...

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Locavore Blog: Bobcats, Chickens and Deer: Oh My!

Thanks to a stream of beautiful days here in Vermont, we’ve been outside pulling in garden produce, picking berries and apples, and working on a bobcat defense fortress for our remaining chickens. If you follow me on Twitter, you’re aware that we’ve unintentionally been operating a bobcat drive-thru the past few days, which led...

Are you practicing and getting ready for hunting season?

Say Hallelujah and Pass the SpiritWild Garlic & Butter Y’all!

Happy August 28, 2014, and greetings once again my deeranddeerhunting.com venison BloodBrothers! Stoke the SpiritFire, pull up a stump, crack a cold one and let’s get it on, shall we? By Ted Nugent CONGRATSALUTE to all you early bird backstrappers out there already enduring the brain frying early season heat in pursuit of his...

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Treestand Safety Harnesses Better, Stronger, More Comfortable

Talk with any bow hunter older than 40 or 50 and ask about safety harnesses, climbing trees in the “olden days” and whether they ever had an accident or close call that made their liver quiver. Chances are good you’ll get an affirmative. Hunters a smidge older than 50ish kind of shake their heads...