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Items Not To Overlook When Traveling For A Waterfowl Hunt

  By Josh Boyd Duck hunting usually comes down to one stark reality. Either you are in the flyway or you are not. If you are part of the fortunate who fall into the first category, weather and a timely…

Top Sets For Raccoon Trapping

By Josh Boyd   Raccoons are about as outwardly curious of an animal as has ever existed. From trash cans to creek banks, a raccoon will scavenge for food virtually anywhere that sustenance can be found. They also have a…

Eye over Hand

  It’s early morning, the sun is barely up and it’s usually a Sunday. Despite all this, there are eager students with chattering teeth waiting for instruction to insert a round, take their firearm off safe, and shoot. All is…

Finding a quality taxidermist

By Mike Willis  There is nothing better than a quality mount on the wall to remind you of a successful hunt. Taxidermy is a great way to preserve these memories and display a trophy animal. Last week we discussed the…

Damaged Waterproof Gear? Simple fix!

  By Mike Willis  If you spend enough time in the woods, you will inevitably damage some of your gear. Hunting gear lives in the harshest of environments, and that is why outdoorsmen and women make substantial investments to have…

Ready to Catch Something Different? Presenting: The Sailfish of the North!

  By Mike Willis The Fish Have you ever heard of an Arctic Grayling? This gnarly fish, easily recognized by its large back dorsal fin, is found primarily in Alaska. Grayling are very delicate and require pristine cold water to…

6 Tips to Help Make You and Your Duck Blind Disappear

Properly brushed blind–This blind was properly brushed in the summer so the brown vegetation would match the winter background months later. By Mark Fike Duck season is here but based on the reports I have seen on the Ducks Unlimited…

Eye of the Beholder

By Stacey Sutherlin I recently read a publication that stated, “Trophy: This is a buck that is awesome! This is one you will hang on a wall with pride.” While this statement may be true for some hunters this couldn’t…

Spice Up that Venison or Other Wild Game with Hi Mountain’s Snackin’ Sticks

  By Mark Fike Last month I took a few pounds of ground venison to try making Hi Mountain’s Spicy Lime Blend Snackin’ Sticks.  My family likes the lime seasoned tortilla chips you can get in restaurants, so they expressed…

5 Items Of Winter Equipment Maintenance For Habitat Managers

By Josh Boyd The cultivation of food plots, hinge cutting of trees, and digging of ponds are all undoubtedly of value in any sound habitat management practice. But as any land manager knows, fields don’t disk themselves, trees don’t fall…

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