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Charles Alsheimer

Charles Alsheimer: Why I Do It

Thirty-six years ago, I set out on a journey that even I could not comprehend. My story truly is a blessing scripted from above. In the spring of 1979 my wife and I had to make a decision. Was I going to remain in the corporate sales and marketing profession, or would I move...

You may find an old, or new, hunting knife at BLADE Show or possibly someone to create the knife you want.

Find Your Deer Hunting Edge at the BLADE Show

Join thousands of other knife fanatics and get your fix at BLADE Show in Atlanta, where the blade family comes out to play and when things get going, there’s no other place you’d want to be. The show is June 5-7 and features more than 300 booths, 700 tables and the best selection of hunting...

Fred Bear's last deer.

Let’s All Celebrate Fred Bear’s Birthday

I lost Fred Bear, my dear friend, mentor, hero and BloodBrother nearly 27 years ago on April 27, 1988. We bowhunted together and shared another moving campfire at his sacred Michigan hunting grounds, what would end up being his very last bowhunt here on earth, in late October the previous fall, and to this day, many...

Kevin Hisey

Deer Hunting Community Loses an Ally at Pope & Young

On bended knee, looking to the heavens, I thank God every day that I am so blessed with a wonderful loving family, good health, great friends and hunting buddies, this spectacularly rewarding hunting lifestyle, a killer band of supreme soulmusic masters and the American freedom dream to live my life as I wish and...

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Intro to Archery: Scent Control for Women by Women

A deer trusts its nose above anything else. In fact, researchers at Mississippi State University recently found that a deer’s sense of smell can be 500 to 1,000 times more acute than a human’s. Scent control is a basic tenant of bowhunting and bowhunters typically wash hunting clothes in special detergents that eliminate scent...

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Wolves Photographed Before Killing Buck in Minnesota

How’s this for a surprise when checking on your trail camera? A northern Minnesota resident captured these haunting images of gray wolves after putting out his Bushnell Trophy Cam in a deer hunting area. After scouring the area, the landowner found the ravaged carcass of a 2-1/2-year-old buck. The final image shows three big...

If you put in the time and effort, chances are high that you will score on most out-of-state deer hunts. John Vaca found that out in a big way on Day 2 of our trip.

Deer, Big Game Hunting License Application Deadlines Draw Near

If you’re planning to travel this year for a deer hunting trip in some of the western states, it’s high time to get on the stick and get in your applications. Hunting season application deadlines are drawing near in some states. In the past couple of weeks I’ve noticed, for example, that Utah’s application...

Ted Nugent's celebrating hunting season the best way he knows how, by going hunting a lot and enjoying wild game meals every night with his family and friends!

The Wonderful Deer Hunting Predator is Alive and Well

Whew! I’m tired. No, really, really tired, as in worn out, beat, exhausted, whooped, bug-eyed bleary, schnookered, wasted, pooped, runnin’ on empty, out of gas, deflated, sizzled, schnizzled, windless beneath my wings, frazzled, burned out, out of steam, sleepy, schnackered, smoldering, limp, flatlined, simply near the end of my rope. By Ted Nugent You...