Tad Brown Of Hunter Specialties’ Mistakes To Avoid When Predator Hunting

By Josh Boyd Predator hunting is often a game of ups and downs that tests the patience of even the most steadfast of hunters. On one particular occasion, it might appear as if every stand you make yields results in…

Making Bedding Cover Out Of Woodland Debris

By Josh Boyd Deer require three main elements for survival, an adequate source of food, the availability of water, and sufficient cover for safe bedding. While many hunters plant annual or perennial food plots and dig strategically placed watering holes,…

How To Pick A Turkey Blind That Suits Your Needs

By Josh Boyd The use of a blind for turkey hunting offers a significant number of advantages to today’s hunter. From keeping dry in a downpour, to concealing less than stealthy youth hunters on their first outing to the spring…

Off-Season Upland Hunts at Your Nearest Game Preserve

  By Mark Fike Now that the hunting season is over for most of the country, many of us are taking a short break but already starting to miss picking up the gun and going out for a good hunt.…

2020 NWTF Convention Overview

By Josh Boyd If you are a die-hard turkey hunter, few destinations are capable of rendering such enjoyment as the annual NWTF Convention in Nashville, Tennessee. Hosted at the spacious Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Convention Center, this yearly gathering is…

Turkey Gypsies 

  By Jill Easton Face it, turkey hunting is an addiction. The fifteen-day hunt in Arkansas and two bird limit just barely begins to scratch an itch to hunt gobblers. There are two solutions to this problem, go rogue and…

Preseason Turkey Scouting: Scout Like You Mean It

By Josh Boyd If you intend to be successful at turkey hunting, it is best to be slow to frustrate when the events of the day do not go as one would hope. It seems that a turkey seldom reads…

Javelina on the Menu? You Bet!!!

  By Jessica Haavisto Skunk Pig. Rat. Musk Hog. Collared Peccary. Only one of these names is correct. The Peccary, or better known as the Javelina in western states, is a small mammal not related to pigs at all despite…

Places Not To Overlook When Shed Hunting

By Josh Boyd The late winter months are a unique time in the whitetail woods. After a prolonged period of territorial aggression and frenzied rutting activity, a calm has once again fallen over the woodlots and grain fields of rural…

 Five Pre Season Turkey Chores

By Mark Fike Yes, it is not quite February yet, but for some folks spring gobbler season is just a little over a month away. Our southern states have seasons that include a youth day at the very end of…

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