Dog Days of Summer

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  Planning a Prairie Dog Hunt By Deb Hinton Nestled between the prairie grasses and the Black Hills in South Dakota, lies a region rich with heat, wind and burrowing rodents. Shooting objects ranging in height from 12 to 16 … Continued

Crows: Eyes in the Skies

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  By Andrea Haas Late winter is often seen as “down time” and the end of most hunting seasons; however, there’s one bird often overlooked that you should add to your lineup – crows. While crows are listed as a … Continued

Scrape, Camera, ACTION!

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  Creating a mock scrape for trail cameras and hunting strategies By Jennifer Pudenz When it comes to pursuing or monitoring whitetail bucks, one of my favorite ways is through scrapes. Scrapes are a great way to initiate a reaction … Continued

BBQ Pheasant Pizza

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By Jenny Nguyen – foodforhunters.com Here is a new twist on BBQ Chicken Pizza — BBQ Pheasant Pizza! The pheasant came from Nebraska, a gift to us from family, so we wanted to do something different with it – pizza … Continued

Spot & Stalk: Antelope

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Bowhunting pronghorn antelope out West By Amanda Caldwell and Abby Atol Summer is here, and that lingering thought in the back of our minds rises to a whole new level of anticipation because we know hunting season is near. In … Continued

Trail Cams: Whitetail Nutrition

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  A guide to maximizing your deer herd’s potential and monitoring their health By Audrey Pfaffe The season’s over. The antlers have fallen, and the ‘off-season’ has begun. It seems like general knowledge to a deer hunter that spring and … Continued

Woman’s Best Friend

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  A great hunting dog starts with the right training as a puppy By Sloan Williams & Samantha Williams Weaver Our passion for the outdoors developed at an early age, and dogs have been a part of our lives since … Continued

Tips: Face Paint

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To women hunters! What does wine and hunting have in common? Why, face paint! Like many other women, I love a good glass of wine and have plenty of corks around, often finding themselves as decorations in a vase. Using … Continued

Your Next Gun

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7 reasons to choose an over/under shotgun for wingshooting By Christine Cunningham As featured on The Women’s Outdoor News My love of the over/under shotgun began with a split-second decision I made while acting as master of ceremonies for a … Continued

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