Ted and Fleetwood Nugent love spending time together whether it's chasing deer or woodchucks or sitting around the campfire.

Don’t Forget to Inventory the Memories

As I sit here at total peace, engulfed in the spectacular New Brunswick wilderness all around me, light, gentle rain pitter-pattering on my little tentblind to further ease me into definitive calm, I cannot help journeying into my precious, bulging memory bank of a phenomenal lifetime of soul stirring hunting adventures. By Ted Nugent...

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Manage Deer for Hunting, or Manage Them for People?

When it comes to managing white-tailed deer for the public interest, do state wildlife agencies have a duty to manage them for hunting or for safety in regard to motorists? That’s what an Iowa man wonders, and probably other folks in other states, too, following the injuries his son sustained in spring after colliding...

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Grow ’em Big: Best Deer Food Plots Incorporate Smorgasbord Effect

Learn how to attract deer to your property at all times during the season by offering them everything they need in one food plot. Grow ’em Big host and veteran land manager Steve Bartylla explains how to create a smorgasbord effect on even the smallest of properties. You can easily do this through smart...

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NRC Approves 2015 U.P. Antlerless Deer Hunting Restrictions

After months of considering several options including a complete closure, state wildlife officials have made a decision about the upcoming white-tailed deer season that hunters likely will agree with. The Michigan Natural Resources Commission announced June 11 it has decided to eliminate the harvest of antlerless deer during the archery season for hunters using...

Deer feed on native browse such as acorns and persimmons where they can find them, and often hit them hard once the high-carb mast begins falling in autumn.

Just How Green of a Deer Hunter Are You?

Part of going green means conserving renewable resources and only use what is needed as efficiently as possible. Sound familiar? It should. It was the core thinking behind a budding movement in 1902. It was called Conservation. Learn the icon for Fair Chase and how they fueled the conservation movement. After watching this video,...

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SnagMag: Quick Magazine Access for Self-Defense, Competition

SnagMag is a quick, reliable way to carry extra handgun ammo magazines when you’re in competition, having a fun day at the range or for everyday carry for self-defense. SnagMag gives you a concealed magazine holder that slides into your support-side pocket. It stays there with a secure clip and when you’re ready to...

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Do This One Easy Trick to Attract More Big Bucks

With some time, sweat equity and just a few tools you can set up one of the easiest and best deer hunting tricks that will have curious bucks coming to visit virtually year-round. By putting up a scrape tree and then using your favorite deer lure, such as something from Wildlife Research Center, Smokey’s...

Spending time with family and friends, and helping with those who want one final hunt, helps put things in perspective.

The Spirit Line Drawn in the Sands of Time

Adam was just 15 years old and was fighting the battle of his young life. Like way too many youngsters in the world, stricken with the dreaded disease of cancer, he showed courage beyond measure as he trooped like a warrior through his agonizing chemo and radiation treatments. By Ted Nugent Losing his hair,...