Six Steps To Better Bowhunting: Part 1

Many things cross your mind as you anchor, aim and release an arrow at a mature buck. Many things must be right and a few more must be perfect. This split second culminates many months of preparation and planning. Here are some tips to make sure you notch sucess this season.

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Know Whitetail Biology To Up Your Odds

Deer hunters who take the time to learn about whitetail biology and behavior will increase the chance they will fill their tag this season. The author consults with noted whitetail biologist C.J. Winand’s on things every hunter should know about whitetails.

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Ten Tricks To Catch More Salmon


West Coast salmon guides make their living by catching salmon when the rest of us smell skunk. Writer Dave Vedder asked several top guides to describe how they consistently hook salmon, even when the fishing is tough. Here are 10 tips that will dramatically increase your catch.

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Bass Fishing: Identifying Productive Rock Piles

Obviously, not all rock piles are the same. Right now, I could go out to my local lake and fish all the “wrong” piles and catch just a few little ones.

What makes some rock piles draw bass, while others don’t? Once you have seen and experienced excellent rock pile fishing, you’ll notice that good rock piles have some things in common. Learn about these features to increase your odds the next time you’re out on the lake.

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How To Catch Bass In Shallow, Clear Water

Clear water abounds in Minnesota, providing a great “training ground” for adapting lures and techniques specifically to these conditions. Here are some tips from bass pro Jim Moynagh on how to catch bass in shallow, clear water.

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The Art Of Antelope Stalking

Once the initial excitement of the “lucky draw” for an antelope tag subsides, many hunters are left with a multitude of questions concerning their new quarry and an effective way to hunt them. Here are some tips to make your next hunt a better one.

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