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Big Game

Wilderness Black Bears

The deep, rhythmic thumping of the propeller on the floatplane kept perfect time with the rapid heart rate in my chest generated by a remote adventure. The northern reaches of Saskatchewan are a playground

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Sausage Making 101

Making sausage date back to the 15th Century and started to utilize all of an animal. Salt, cure, and spice were added for flavor, as much as efficient butchering practices. Less appetizing cuts of

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Black Bears, Bad Cubs, and A Change of Luck

The story of Achilles’ heel is that of weakness despite overall strength. It refers to the physical vulnerability of the mythological figure. Why the history lesson? Hunters are great at making excuses when challenged

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Hunting the Mountain Grizzly

Who in their right mind would want to hunt an animal with the strength of Superman, the speed of the fastest racehorse, and the temperament of the devil? In the journals of the historic

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Shin Oak Bucks!

“You have got to be kidding me!” spoke he from Pennsylvania, “No self-respecting whitetail would ever live in that knee-high oak brush. There’s not a single real tree in sight. And this blasted sand

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Why You Should Use Medium Weight Arrows

Not too light, not too heavy – that’s the ticket for consistent bowhunting success. “Moderation in all things.” So said the Roman dramatist Publius Terentius Afer (190-159 B.C.) in a phrase that has been

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Let Your New Bow Choose You

Here’s how to make sure you get the best bow for your hunting style — and your money. If you’re reading this you’ve probably been bowhunting a while and even bought a new bow

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Top 10 Classic Deer Bullets

Although modern hunting bullets are the best we’ve ever had, there are some classics that still get the job done at a fraction of the cost.  There are more than 10 million American deer

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Born Hunting