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The author found this young white-tailed doe frozen dead in its bed. It is unknown if the deer died from exposure, illness or injury. (photo by Daniel Schmidt)

How Many Deer Will Die From Winter Weather?

  Will these sub-zero temperatures kill off our deer herds? How much snow pack do we have to receive until it affects the deer population? And just how many deer will die this winter as a result of cold weather and deep snow? It will definitely kill some deer, but not as many as...

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Simple Food Plot Sizes and Forage Choices

If you can only plant food plots of an acre or less, put half in clover for warm-season feed and half into a cereal grain such as oats, brassica or winter wheat, or a tuber, such as radishes or turnips. If your soil has a pH of 6 or higher, clover offerings will thrive,...

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History of Remington Arms: The R51 and How It Shapes the Future

Remington Arms is celebrating its 200th anniversary and holds a rightful place in world history for innovation, high standards and manufacturing success. From the original flintlock muzzleloader crafted by Eliaphet Remington in New York’s Mohawk Valley to today’s new, modern plant in Huntsville, Alabama, the future looks bright for Remington. Part of the future...

From slickhead does to giant swampdonkeys to fish and fowl, Ted and the Nugent family enjoy every blessing nature gives them.

Strengthen Your Connection Resolution for 2017

Well, well, well, was that 2016 thing fun or what? I certainly had a wonderful time in my never ending inexhaustible celebration of life, liberty and my full-throttle passionate indefatigable pursuit of backstrap happiness. From the bottom of my forever throbbing all American rock-n-roll, venison infested heart and soul, I sincerely thank all those...

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Crossing Over: Crossbows Offer More Time Afield and Fun

Hunters always are looking for more opportunity; any excuse to spend more time afield. Some also seek added challenge. The crossbow provides a means to both ends. With the dramatic liberalization of crossbow regulations across the nation, hunters looking to extend their seasons with a new weapon have another option beside muzzle- loaders or bows....

Bucks hang out together at some times of the year but research shows that big bucks tend to be loners and want their own space.

Bucks Are Wary Loners, Need Their Own Space

Scientific studies have shown that space is a critical component of a mature white-tailed buck’s habitat requirements. In other words, having a home isn’t enough; he needs to have his own room. Even more interesting, bucks and does have been shown to keep to themselves within their home ranges, even when these ranges overlap....

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History of Remington Arms: Technology and the Future

Remington Arms is celebrating its 200th anniversary and holds a rightful place in world history for innovation, high standards and manufacturing success. From the original flintlock muzzleloader crafted by Eliphalet Remington in New York’s Mohawk Valley to today’s new plant in Huntsville, Alabama, the future looks bright for Remington. Find out some of the...

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Merry Merry Deerhunting Christmas to All!

A very Merry Christmas to all! And may your Christmas morning dreams come true, each and every one of you! Celebrating Christmas morning with family is always a very special occasion. My memory bank overflows with unlimited images of excited siblings around the decorated tree with mom and dad, wildly tearing away at the...

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History of Remington Arms: The First Flintlock Muzzleloader

Explore the past and learn about the first flintlock muzzleloader hand-crafted by Eliphalet Remington that launched an iconic American business. This legendary manufacturing community in New York’s Mohawk Valley has endured for 200 years thanks to Remington’s skill and knowledge with his first muzzleloader. “The First Muzzleloader from Remington Arms.” History of Remington Arms...

Leyda Gilkerson took this nice Tennessee 10-point on opening weekend in September with her TenPoint Turbo XLT crossbow.

Crossbows or Not? The Argument for Inclusion

I remember my first bow: a handsome recurve with 45 pounds of pull and an effective range of 15 to maybe 20 yards in my hands. I never arrowed a deer with it, but that wasn’t the bow’s fault: Teenage inexperience and youthful impatience assured that the township’s whitetails survived unscathed. That was the...