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Busted? Time to Make a New Plan

MUSKEGON, MI (July 17, 2017) – Getting busted by a bruiser whitetail buck is a gut-wrenching experience. All the time and energy spent scouting, checking trail cams and setting up stands becomes wasted the instant a rogue air current washes a few misplaced scent molecules over his highly-sensitive nose. 840 more words

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Whitetail Wisdom

Lee Lakosky on scouting camera strategies 

By Josh Lantz

Hunters have scouted game since the dawn of man. Watching, learning and ultimately understanding when and where game is likely to appear in relation to food and water sources, divergent habitats and amidst specific weather patterns and seasonal changes gives hunters a strategic advantage. 1,986 more words

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Rocky Mountain Driver Rapid-Adjustment Sight Leads the New Sight Lineup

SUPERIOR, Wis. (June 27, 2017) — Reintroduced earlier this year at the Archery Trade Association trade show, the Rocky Mountain brand has roared back to life with the introduction of innovative new broadheads as well as a new lineup of archery sights. 265 more words

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OBSESSION BOWS' TURMOIL NAMED TO FIELD & STREAM'S 2017 BEST OUTDOOR GEAR LIST

JEFFERSONVILLE, Georgia (June 26, 2017) Obsession Bows continues to turn heads with its groundbreaking compound bows and Field & Stream Magazine is the latest to take notice, naming the Obsession Turmoil among its Best Hunting Gear of 2017. 212 more words

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Drop Tine Archery

We’ll visit with Dave Strayer, owner of Drop Tine Archery, to take a look at some of the newest archery products that are taking the archery industry by storm. 30 more words

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The Elk I Never Saw

It was the middle of September and the elk were in full rut. At that time I was dating and my girlfriend wanted to see what all the fuss was about, why it meant so much to me to hunt in the rut. 2,512 more words

Raise your hand if you have ever been personally victimized by Regina George...By Nicky Whitney

I was recently told by a great friend and mentor that he believes women saved the hunting industry. That was an interesting statement to hear considering the fact that looking back to any point in time, hunting has always been the embodiment of masculinity. 1,293 more words

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