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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...

Shed hunting can be a family activity and, if you want to add a twist, a little competition to find the biggest shed!

3 Great Tips for Hunting, Finding Shed Deer Antlers

Mid-winter is a good time to get outdoors with the family for some fresh air and exercise and go hunting for shed deer antlers. If you’re in the Midwest or Northeast where frigid temps and Deer have begun to shed their antlers for re-growth purposes. Nebraska law allows a person to pick up, possess,...

Uncle Ted and his good buddy Razor Dobbs with a soon-to-be-grilled doe that everyone in camp will enjoy!

Aim for the Heart on Valentine’s Day and Every Other Day

First off, Happy Valentine’s Day 2015 to all my fellow heart penetrators out there! I sure you hope you have showered your sweety this special heartslamming day with gushing affection, flowers and backstraps! If not, MOVE IT! There is still time! In my never ending Mystical Flight of the Arrow into the pumpstation celebratory...

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Second Week of Deer Camp Song

We all have fond memories of our early days of deer hunting. For thousands of Upper Midwest deer hunters, one of them would be this classic deer hunting song from the 1980s: “The Second Week of Deer Camp” by Da Yoopers. As kids in deer camp, we remember this song being played every morning...

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Best Shot Placement on Deer for Bowhunting

The best shot placement on deer for bowhunting can be learned by watching many of today’s hunting shows on TV. Most folks watch hunting shows only to be entertained. I get that. And who can blame them? But I say there is so much to be learned from today’s hunting programs, especially if you...

Don't despair when the gremlins start messin' with your bowhunting head! Keep practicing and get it right!

Shortcomings That Test the Grit of All Bowhunters

Okay then, join me my friends as we check off month #1 of the New Year in our countdown to Fall 2015. As we gleefully cruise into February (you do cruise gleefully I am hoping) with our predator eyes, hearts, minds and spirits focused on the grand prize of October and November all these...

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Bushcraft 101: Recognize the Five Cs of Survivability

You can organize the essentials based on the Five Cs of Survivability. Within these five base elements are all the tools and knowledge you need to be prepared for emergencies as well as to become independent of the trappings of the urban jungle. By Dave Canterbury These items are the hardest to reproduce from...