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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...

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D+DH Innovation Zone: Nikon Optics

Exclusive insights into the most innovative products for deer hunters. Jake Meyer with Nikon Sport Optics shows the new, affordable Prostaff 3S binocular. These have great glass and top features for deer hunters looking for a binocular that won’t pinch the wallet. From the producers of Deer & Deer Hunting TV on Sportsman Channel....

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Hot Gear: Celestron Humminbird ED Micro Spotting Scope

If you spend any time at all outdoors you can probably remember occasions when you wished you could have taken a closer look at something that was too far away to see in detail. Maybe you were on a fishing trip, or scouting a new place to hunt, or were on vacation or simply...

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D+DH Innovation Zone: Bergara Barrels

Exclusive insights into the most innovative products for deer hunters. Chad Schearer with Bergara Rifles provides some insight into the top highlights of the custom Bergara barrels in the new production models. These incorporate classic lines and the famous performance of Bergara barrels. From the producers of Deer & Deer Hunting TV on Sportsman Channel....

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Spot-On Accuracy Begins with Deer Hunting’s Most Important Tool

It’s easy to debate the merits of various hunting accessories touted as “must have” items, from illuminated reticle scopes and ammo to the latest scent-blocking sprays or attractants designed to bring a wary buck closer to your stand. All, of course, have their place. Unless you’re a diehard traditionalist, perhaps using a flintlock or traditional stick...

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See the Best Way to Skin and Bone Out a Deer

Everyone who hunts deer and processes their own meat has a way of doing it they believe is the best, and for them it usually is. But there’s nothing wrong with considering another way and, possibly, learning something to use at your camp or home. Scott Rea is a father and butcher from St....

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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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Turkey Bonus: What Are These and Why Do Turkeys Have Them?

The wild turkey is hailed by many as our nation’s favorite game bird — although waterfowl and upland hunters might have an argument or two about that. Barrels of ink and terabytes of data have been written about the five wild turkey subspecies found from Maine to Mexico, Florida to Washington state. If you’re...