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Ted Nugent has been rocking for more than 50 years and always celebrates America on Memorial Day weekend.

Spiritmusic for Spirit Bloodbrothers

Deeranddeerhunting.com NugeBlog#42 here for y’all, written in a quaint little hotel room in the lovely town of Malmo, Sweden, as my killer band and I, adrift in a jetlag cosmos, wallow in the spiritual afterglow of yet another outlando ultraROCKOUT concert with 35,000 of my close personal R&B&R&R friends from all over the world....

Dan Brad DTN

Great Tips to Shoot Your Bow Better, Kill More Deer

Do you shoot your bow well? Do you hit targets where you want, group them well, have consistent accuracy and confidence at longer distances? If not, then it’s time to dial it up a notch. Dan Schmidt and Brad Rucks offer some of their top tips for bowhunting, improving your shooting skills and how...

NAP Chris Hunter Iowa bow buck

Ready for Bow Season? Check Out This Monster Iowa Buck!

Are you ready for deer season? Is your bow sitting there in the garage or house looking like, “Please take me to the woods and let me see a deer before my limbs explode with anticipation!” Yeah, we know the feeling. There’s still too much time before we get to check cameras, hang stands,...

Lowen Ohio

Applications Due for Controlled Hunts in Big Buck State

Applications are now being accepted for controlled deer and waterfowl hunts on selected Ohio public areas during the 2014-15 season. According to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, hunters have until Thursday, July 31, to submit permit applications for a random drawing. These special hunts are held on selected public areas to provide additional...

Mathews prostaffer Joel Maxfield is an avid buck hunter and loves to observe whitetail bucks from a long-distance vantage point. In his home state of Wisconsin, Joel often puts bucks to bed with a spotting scope, then plans a midday stalk. His strategy is highly successful. Here Joel poses with a Montana buck.

Observation, Scouting are Critical to Big Buck Success

  Mathews prostaffer Joel Maxfield is an avid buck hunter and loves to observe whitetail bucks from a long-distance vantage point. In his home state of Wisconsin, Joel often puts bucks to bed with a spotting scope, then plans a midday stalk. His strategy is highly successful. Here Joel poses with a Montana buck....

HHS NRA safety vest

Reversible Safety Harness Works All Season

If your state requires blaze orange for hunting and you enjoy a full-sized safety vest, you’re in luck with this new safety system designed for all-season use. For hunters who enjoy both archery and gun seasons, Hunter Safety System has announced the introduction of the new NRA-licensed Patriot safety vest. This stylish, reversible harness...

Celebrate hunting!

Time Flies When You’re Having Fun!

Summer 2014? Are you kidding me? I hate to subject you and me to predictable status quo colloquialisms, but here she goes; my, how time flies when we’re having fun! So if my calculations are correct, this little Nuge ditty oughtta be showing up on your intergalactic electronic hand-held device sometime on Thursday, June...

New office location complete with morning archery practice.

Locavore Blog: Beyond Archery Practice

I’ve always been an active person. My old desk job kept me stuck inside more than I wanted to be and weekends back in the city were filled with errands, laundry, and maybe a bit of leisure time if we were all caught up. Country life is filled with opportunities to spend full days...

Eddie Claypool with his DIY Arizona Coues deer that scored a fantastic 104 inches.

Eddie Claypool on Do-It-Yourself Deer Hunting

Tom Miranda of the Whitetail SLAM has authored a new book, The Rut Hunters. This Tom Miranda blog features excerpts from that book. Of his beginning in the Coues deer quest, Eddie Claypool of Oklahoma remembers quite well his initial planning for his trip into the desert. “The first year was 1994 and I just decided to give Coues deer a...