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There's still time for more hunting even during the "show season" each winter.

Deer Hunting and Birthday Festivities at the YO Ranch!

As you read this little ditty, my lovely deeranddeerhunting.com NugeBlog#67, I will be surrounded by some of the greatest hunting families to be found anywhere on planet earth. Sixteen years ago I decided to further celebrate and promote our beloved hunting lifestyle by creating an annual Ted Nugent Birthday HuntBash at the famed YO...

An average wolf will kill as many as 20 white-tailed deer per year.

GRAPHIC: Wolf Video Shows Big Buck’s Cruel Death

Be warned before you click on this wolf video. It shows a big, mature white-tailed buck being killed slowly. It might be graphic, but I think it’s something every hunter, anti-hunter, wolf lover and/or conservationist should watch. Don’t read this wrong, and don’t view the wolf video with blinders on your eyes. Wolves have their place...

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...