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

Rejoice in the Grand Opening Day Celebration!

OPENING DAY! Are you kidding me! Here in my birthstate of Michigan, (you know, the “reliably blue state” that just upgraded to a glowing Republican RED state!) this magical, mystical amazing day always falls on November 15, and all these adventurous 67 years after my day of birth, it is still as exciting as...

From the earliest days with a stick and string to today's high-tech compounds and gear, Uncle Ted has loved every second in the outdoors!

Political Hunters Rejoice!

Politics! I’ve heard it over and over again and again for so many years, “That Nugent is just too damn political!” What a terrible shame that any American can reference politics as anything negative, when in fact American politics is pure and simply we the people demanding Constitutional accountability from our elected employees. Got...

Yowza! It's hard to beat a great bow, a cool buck and November!

The Time is Nigh: A November To Remember

Well, what are you waiting for? Of course the vast majority of us die-hard deerhunters reading my little Uncle Ted electro-campfire NugeBlog already know waiting is for losers, especially here at the deer and deerhunting epicenter of DeerandDeerHunting.com! Afterall, this is IT! THE TIME we have all been eagerly dreaming of forever and a...

Freedom to enjoy our lives outdoors hunting, shooting, fishing and pursuing other liberties, doesn't come easily

Remember, Freedom is Not Free

I fired up my 4-wheeler and took the dogs for our daily run around our sacred swamp again this morning. I strapped on my Glock pistol and loaded up my 12 gauge shotgun and .22 rifle in hopes of bagging a few bushytails for the pot. We cruised up and down the spectacular fall...

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What Are Your Hunting Ethics When No One is Watching?

The glorious Michigan bowseason has been blazing along ferociously for 20 days now. Well, maybe not actually blazing everyday, and I guess not really all that ferocious most of the time either. I take every day and every weather condition as it comes and do my best to improvise, adapt and overcome. I’m certainly...

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The Gonzo Take on the Mock Scrape Magic

I know nearly all my fellow deerhunting BloodBrothers have read hundreds if not thousands of various  writings from experienced and knowledgeable hunters about the wonderment of hunting over active scrapes and the effectiveness of creating mockscrapes. But bear with me if you will, as I give you the Uncle Ted Backstrap addict Gonzo-take on...

Yowza! What a cool buck!

Celebrate the Beasts and Fantastic Acornucopia!

Thump! Thud! Pung! Phump! Clunk! Ping! Pang! Pung! I tried counting between the sounds of each acorn hitting the ground all around me but couldn’t get past the number three! With the increasing gusts of wind, it was literally raining acorns! Big, fat, juicy white oak acorns, black oak acorns, red oak acorns, burr...

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

Hunting Drives the Economy!

Deer, deer and more deer! Say hallelujah and pass the doe in heat pee baby! And go ahead and stomp a little on that mockscrape while you’re at it, won’t you! I hope everyone is joining me in celebrating these glorious good old days of deerhunting we have right here, right now all across...

Practice is fun and helpful no matter how many years you've been hunting!

Aim Small, Miss Small: The Mystical Flight of the Arrow

Young Ted had it made. Had my very 1st bow by the time I could walk (which was before my 2nd birthday) and quite honestly I never put it down in all these 68 glowing arrow flinging years! I don’t shoot arrows, I am the arrow! I am also hopelessly human, which brings about a...

Ted celebrates hunting and the great conservation story everywhere he can, from the woods to the concert stage!

Enjoying the Other Deer Bonanza in Texas!

The tawny spotted hide was only occasionally visible in the thick Texas cedar puckerbrush. I don’t think any animal can disappear quite like a spotted fallow deer. Skunked for more than twenty-one hard hunted days, for the life of me I just couldn’t figure these crazy spooky, ultra-elusive deer out, even on my own...