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The Great Penn State

The Great Penn State

September 13, 2017 |

Penn State is an amazing football school in Pennsylvania. Penn State has a huge following of fans that converge on Happy Valley, when the Nittany Lions plays at home. In 1887 the program started. PSU has a tradition of putting out great Linebackers who have gone on to play in...

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Life of a Woman Huntress

Life of a Woman Huntress

September 12, 2017 |

Being a woman huntress may not be the way of life for some but for me I wouldn't have it any other way. I am a 38 year old wife and mother of four. Hunting is my getaway from reality. Like I said I am a mother of four, and...

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How Coyote Hunting Helps with Predator Control

How Coyote Hunting Helps with Predator Control

August 29, 2017 |

Coyotes aren’t the safest animals to be around. They are quite unpredictable and have been known to attack children on and off. In the past two decades, there has been a rise in the population of coyotes. You can easily note that with more and more sightings of coyotes in...

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My Nebraska

My Nebraska

August 23, 2017 |

I was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska and when you hear the slogan "The Good Life" well that's exactly what you get. I've visited a few states and even tried to live in one. Yet there's just something about Nebraska that makes you not want to leave or come...

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Social Media and Mainstream Hunting, to Shoot or Not to Shoot?

Social Media and Mainstream Hunting, to Shoot or Not to Shoot?

August 21, 2017 |

Imagine getting off work on a Friday, you head home and start getting your gear ready for a Saturday morning hunt. The weather/temperature is gonna be just right. It's a cold fall morning, the wind is perfect. There's a gut feeling that this hunt is going to be great, even...

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Bird Hunting in Kansas

Bird Hunting in Kansas

August 12, 2017 |

Hunting for the 2017-2018 upland bird seasons are better than they’ve been in years. After years of severe drought, precipitation over the last two years has restored habitat conditions and, in many areas, provided ideal nesting and brood-rearing conditions for pheasants and quail. Bird hunters ready to plan a hunting...

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Dipnetting Salmon in Alaska

Dipnetting Salmon in Alaska

August 05, 2017 |

Growing up in Alaska I ate a lot of salmon. Dip netting was always a way for my family to collect as many as 85 red salmon (sockeye salmon). We would drive down to the Kenai river with friends and family and spend hours on a boat. As if the...

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The Importance of Predator Hunting

The Importance of Predator Hunting

July 07, 2017 |

A predator is an animal that lives by capturing and eating other animals. In the great state of Alabama we have quite a few predators: Bobcats, coyotes, gray fox, red fox, North American otter, weasel, mink, black bear, skunks, and raccoons. We also have the red wolf and cougar which is said to have been extirpated in the state...

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Coyote Hunting Preparations

Coyote Hunting Preparations

July 07, 2017 |

So guys on my last blog I wrote about the need for predator hunting and so this month I’m going to talk about coyote hunting preparations. I will cover some of the basic for things needed, picking the right camouflage, and how to pick the right location in order to...

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Hunting in Texas...YES, it's as awesome as it seems.

Hunting in Texas...YES, it's as awesome as it seems.

July 06, 2017 |

Hunting In Texas by Justin Gilbreath Hang with me as I run you through the landscape of hunting in Texas. After living here my entire life and spending countless days in the woods across Texas, there's not many places I've not had the opportunity to see. Since joining Bucks of...

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Nebraska 2016 Deer Hunting Outlook

Nebraska 2016 Deer Hunting Outlook

June 06, 2017 |

350,000 Est. Whitetail Population 140,000 No. Licenses Sold Annually $50-$93.50 Resident statewide whitetail buck tag is $73.50; resident gun tag, archery or muzzleloader tag is $30. Must also have a $20 habitat stamp. Non-resident statewide whitetail buck tag is $521; non-resident gun tag, archery or muzzleloader tag is $209. Must...

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3 things to do today

3 things to do today

June 06, 2017 |

1. SHOOT This isn’t ground-breaking advice. But it bears repeating: If you don’t practice, you won’t hit what you’re aiming at very often. And is that not the point? Shooting your bow or gun during the summer months is fun. And it’s fun with a purpose. Establish a summer shooting...

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