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Help, My Car has Broken Down
Help, My Car has Broken Down and it’s Snowing! How to survive in the winterType: Article
The Elk Rut & Peak Bugling Activity
The Elk Rut & Peak Bugling ActivityType: Article
Knife Buying Guide
Knife Buying Guide Read Before you buy your next knifeType: Article
Spring Bear Field Judging
Black bear is one of the most difficult animals to Field-judge. How can you tell a big bear...Type: Article
Where to Find Bear
Where the Bears Are by Dick Scorzafava The bear advanced completely unaware of me. I sat high aboveType: Article
New twist to Staying Scent Free
New twist to Staying Scent FreeType: Article
Locating Ducks and Geese
Locating Ducks and Geese By T.R. Michels, Trinity Mountain Outdoors Locating ducks and geese usuallyType: Article
Fall Deer Movement Influences
Fall Deer Movement Influences By T.R. Michels, Trinity Mountain Outdoors Words 7,400 While sitting..Type: Article
Tree stand Warm up
Tree stand Warm upType: Article
Mule Deer Hunting
Mule Deer HuntingType: Article
October deer management
October deer managementType: Article
Understanding Elk
Understanding ElkType: Article
Tracking Deer
Tracking DeerType: Article
Field Judging Whitetail
No single factor can be used to conclusively judge the age of a deer in the fieldType: Article
Hunting on a Budget: Combining Durablity and Price
I started hunting later in life than many. I grew up around a hunting family and have fond memoriesType: Article
Buck Down in Pike County
John Stallone knocks down a nice buck with carter outdoors in pike countyType: Article
Positive Thinking in the Outdoors:
It is remarkable to me that many hunters I encounter never consider the power of positive thinkingType: Article
Can You Survive?
Getting Lost in the woodsType: Article
When Nature Calls...
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Early Season Waterfowl
Early season is great time of year for waterfowl. The birds are plentiful and very eager to be togetherType: Article
Glassing for western game
how to spot and stalkType: Article
Core Building for Spot and Stalk Hunts
Spot and stalk hunts are som eof the most physically demanding hunts. Often you are forces to crawl, contort, and hold very uncomfortable positions for long periods of time. That is why it is so important for us to have a good strong core.Type: Blog Post
food plots
Person’s Name: jamie brown Question : im new to deer hunting!i just got on a lease when do i plant a food plot?what do i plant?what does a scrap mean and why do they do that? i guess i need a little deer 101 please help,,,, thanks jamie i live in louisiana Answer: Wow Jamie...Type: Blog Post
Get fit for: Backwoods hunting in the high country
Fitness is an often over-looked section of hunting. While the un-initiated may see hunting as a casual walk in the woods any experienced hunter knows otherwise. Type: Blog Post
Get Fit for Stone Sheep
Last Year we had the opportunity to hunt stone sheep and let me tell you how unprepared we all were. We looked like a bunch of veteran smokers with severe asthma.Type: Blog Post