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Ruger Redhawk .44 Magnum

Handgun Hunting Deer in Standing Corn

Standing corn is not something to complain about & hunting in it takes no special skills. If that trophy hasn’t been hanging out in your neck of the woods, you may want to consider a stalk, of sorts..

Todd Amenrud

No Comparison – Why You Should be Planting Food Plots

Today’s whitetail managers know what an important role food plots play in the drive towards a healthy herd and bucks with bigger antlers. Food plots can transform deer management, even on small tracts, and make your hunting dreams come true.

bull elk

Elk Hunting: A Thinking Man’s Game

It’s possible to wander out in the woods and blunder into elk, but if that’s your principal strategy, then you’re probably not destined for great success as an elk hunter…

Long Shot Deer

One Shot One Kill, Single-Shot Mentality

When heading afield for a hunt, I still like the single-shot firearms. Since only one shot is at hand, you’ll be required to learn the discipline of a sportsman and the single-shot mentality…

Whitetail Deer in Winter??

How does the winter cold and snow affect deer, and how do they survive Minnesota’s winter weather???

Black Powder Muzzleloaders

Advantages of Granular Powder in Muzzleloaders

Good shooters know that granular powder is the key to shot-to-shot consistency but many of today’s hunters have never experimented with Triple Seven powder in its smaller, granular FFFg configuration…

Winter Deer Hunting

Keep Warm During Cold Hunts

Bring on the white stuff! In my seventh decade as a Michigander, I’ve learned to love what others dread. Here are a few tips to make the most of coping with Mother Nature’s mean streak…

Early Season Trail Camera Tactics

Early Season Trail Camera Tactics

It wasn’t all that long ago that hunters got excited about simply getting a few photos of deer, but now that they have been around for a while, cameras have become tools for intense scouting and even herd management…

What Barry Sanders Could Teach Hunters

It’s always best to get photos right after the kill with the deer intact. Nobody wants to see how adept you are at field dressing; avoid such images. Try different angles, different lighting, and different poses…