Trent Marsh of Hawke Optics took this video of an outstanding 6-point buck during a Texas hunting trip in 2012. It’s always cool to see deer and wildlife, and this is one great buck!
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Thompson/Center Arms™ has identified a condition that may cause the safety lever on certain ICON®, VENTURE™ and DIMENSION® rifles to bind, preventing the safety from becoming fully engaged. In this situation, closing the bolt may move the safety to the … Read More
The 2013-14 Ohio hunting and trapping season dates have been released by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. The seasons include changes to address deer management on a county level, and increase hunting opportunities through extended hours and a new … Read More
The first step in a unique but demanding form of Arkansas hunting – urban deer hunts – is now open through July 1. Potential hunters can register online at www.agfc.com. The hunts will be held from Sept. 7 through Jan. … Read More
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking individuals to serve on an advisory council charged with developing recommendations for simplifying the structure of an array of state hunting and fishing licenses. In addition, the group will consider potential license fee … Read More
If you’re a seafood lover then you know a bit of Cajun spice in the shrimp or crawfish boil adds a zesty kick to the party, and it does the same for venison! When you’re cooking deer meat it’s a … Read More
Viking Solutions, the industry’s newest provider of premium hunting accessories, introduces the High TAIL, an portable, convenient Field Dressing Assistant that makes field dressing quick and easy. If you have ever wrestled with a deer’s rear legs during the field … Read More
Depending on what part of the country you’re in, you already may have food plots planted for the upcoming deer season or you’re still in the planning stages for some late-summer plots that will take hold and carry over through … Read More
This blog was launched on May 30 with a photo of a fawn I photographed in our 35-acre research facility, a few hours after birth. Though not unusual, what has taken place since then has been very interesting. The doe has twin … Read More