bowhunting

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The Sportsman’s Foodplot Phenomenon

Nothing makes for more soulful, greasy, stimulating guitarlicks like adequate terra firma shrapnel twixt one’s ten digits of doom. Allow me to translate for the adventure challenged linguistics amongst us- The more a guitarplayer works the Good Mother Earth, the more soulful his or her guitarplaying will be. By Ted Nugent Let me tell...

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Just How Good of a Deer Tracker Are You?

It’s a simple question we sometimes ask ourselves: Just how good are we at tracking a deer after we’ve made a shot with a bow or firearm? Some hunters are fantastic trackers. They are excited about finding the deer, but they don’t panic or get into a rush. Being thorough, taking your time even...

Crappie are biting and the fish fryer grease is hot!

FrontStraps Are as Much Fun as Backstraps!

Nothing says Happy Happy Springtime like fresh bluegill filets, morel mushrooms, wild scallions, wild asparagus, leeks and wild turkey breasts! There simply is no question whatsoever that the hunting lifestyle is the most gratifying hands-on, boots-on-the-ground, self-sufficiency, natural, instinctual, rugged individual celebration of independence available to mankind. I don’t care if you’re a naked...

Poppy and Caden at the range enjoying the outdoors!

C’mon and Fight Like We the People

I remember when I decided I wanted to carry a gun for an assortment of commonsense, practical purposes way back in the roaring 1960s. Having graduated from the American so called “education system” it was no surprise that I was hopelessly clueless regarding laws, American history, social conditions, and the basic American self-evident truth...

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Could You Make This Shot on a Giant Buck?

Hunting from a ground blind can be thrilling because it puts you at eye level with bucks and does, and sometimes you’re in the right place at the right time for a shot at a big buck. Check out this D&DH TV footage of a bow shot on a giant whitetail buck. Could you...

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A Bittersweet Season Comes to an End

Bear with me my backstrap BloodBrothers, won’t you, for as I type this deeranddeerhunting.com NugeBlog #130 on this otherwise fine spring March day in Texas, I am a bit tattered, emotional and somewhat downtrodden, for it is, alas, the end of yet another phenomenally joyous season of deerhunting for the old WhackMaster StrapAssasin1 Backstrap...

Ted Nugent learned much from Fred Bear and still values the friendship and experiences.

Happy 75th Anniversary, Wisconsin Bowhunters Association

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, there were bowhunters before Ted Nugent discovered the mystical flight of the soul-cleansing arrow! And you thought I was old! Sure, prehistoric man discovered the bent limb, straight shaft weapon of survival, and as they say, the rest was indeed history. By Ted Nugent As life changing...

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Filming a Hunt Is the Hardest Hunt of All

Lights! Camera! Action! And presto! We have instant hunting television at its finest! Cue the broadside Booner, wait for that perfect sunray light, get that handsome bowhunter stud all groomed and coifed, then get those multiple camera angles just perfect for the perfect shot and ultimate Cecil B. DeMille hunting television production masterpiece! Not...