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Brad Fenson

Gray Fox Aplenty

Some hunting buddies thought that heading to Texas in the middle of the deer rut was crazy. However, it meant zero competition in the camp when it came to predator hunting. The talk around

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California Dreaming

There was no rush leaving the house in the morning, as we would have to be able to spot deer before deciding if we would even try a stalk. The morning air was comfortable

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Choosing Optics for Hunting

Every hunter should use a binocular. Most would benefit from a spotting scope, too. Here’s why… Binoculars and spotting scopes make you Superhunter. They won’t let you see through walls with X-ray vision, but

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Fight Club Bulls

We started down an overgrown cutline right at legal light. My hunting partner, Jason Frank, is no stranger to elk and spends most of his fall in hot pursuit of wapiti. Jason grew up

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Grouse Pie

I started my hunting career with ruffed grouse and fondly remember my dad passing me his trusty double-barreled shotgun to collect my first bird. I was hooked from the first blast. Ruffed grouse have

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Forky

When I first laid eyes on the buck, my heart raced with excitement. The beams stretched out past the deer’s ears, andthe dark colouration made them took huge. I slowly lifted my binoculars to

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Creating a Hunter

We ran out of tree cover and belly-crawled into the alfalfa field where two deer fed across a ridge. The terrain allowed us to use the geography to stay out of sight long enough

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Cheers to Snow Geese

The sun was high in the southern sky, burning like a signal flare across our decoys. The white socks waddled in the wind, like snow geese trying to outwalk each other to the next

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Boreal Bounty

After years of waiting for an early-season moose draw, I was back in the forest to hunt the largest member of the deer family. The first week of October was set aside with plans

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Born Hunting