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DDH Editor Gordy Krahn (left) with his dandy Carmen Mountain whitetail, shot with a Mossberg rifle while hunting in mid-December.

Team DDH Successful on Unique Texas Whitetail

It’s been a whale of a season for Team DDH this year, with great hunts and bucks throughout the country. Deer & Deer Hunting Editor Gordy Krahn has been in west Texas the past week hunting for the unique Carmen Mountain white-tailed deer. While similar to the Coues deer, the Carmen sub-species is a...

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History of Remington Arms: The Legendary Model 10

If you don’t know the history behind the legendary Remington Model 10, come along on this journey to see how this American icon put its stamp on the 200-year-old company. Take a fascinating look at how one family’s passion built an iconic American business. In 1816, legend has it that a young Eliphalet Remington II...

Shemane Nugent quickly learned to love the self-sustaining outdoors lifestyle and loves it!

Godspeed the Queens of the Forest!

I’ve said it before and it is truly worth repeating on a regular basis, that, according to the greatest philosopher of all times, his Eminence Sir Dirty Harry, that: “A good man has got to know his limitations.” As a married man, this may very well be the most important truism we worship every...

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Remington Arms: Huntsville Factory Tour

Take a tour of a new state-of-the-art barrel-making facility in the heart of the America’s South with Remington Arms and its new heart of operations in Huntsville, Alabama. Come along for a fascinating look at how one family’s passion built an iconic American business. In 1816, legend has it that a young Eliphalet Remington...

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History of Remington Arms: An American Success Story

Come along for a fascinating look at how one family’s passion built an iconic American business and galvanized an entire community in New York’s Mohawk Valley. “200 Years of Remington Arms.” In 1816, legend has it that a young Eliphalet Remington II believed he could build a better gun than he could buy, and...

Ted and Kenny with a cool Axis buck!

With Family and Friends, Happy Birthday to Me!

I know how to live. I know how to love. I know how to hunt and I know how to ROCK! But I really know how to party. I mean really party! Like celebrating spiritual family campfires with the greatest people in the world at amazing deercamps in America where the positive energy, goodwill,...

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How High Should I Hang My Tree Stands?

  How high should I hang my stands? This is one of the most common questions in bowhunting. Elevated hunting’s No. 1 selling point is literally rising above the astute noses of the game we pursue. In bowhunting, there’s another majorly important consideration: Undetected shot execution during the conspicuous draw cycle. Tugging a bowstring to...

Cody Miller with his Big City buck shot during an early November bowhunt.

The Chase Ends for Big City

In autumn 2016, Illinois had been experiencing above-average high temperatures for the last few months. The most recent information I obtained from trail cameras, showed a lot of morning movement when the temperatures were cooler. On Nov. 6, I knew it was that time; I just had that feeling as temperatures were projected to...

Change your angles and distances when practicing during the off-season so you'll be ready for almost anything.

How to Make the Best Bow Shot to Kill a Deer

The anatomy of every successful bow shot hinges on many synchronous yet dynamic elements. This lends bowhunting the drama that keeps us coming back, but we also have an ethical obligation to eliminate uncertainty from the equation whenever possible. By Patrick Meitin Many view successful shooting as a purely-physical function of aligning sights to...