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Michigan to ban the use of drones for hunting

Lansing- With the growing  use of drones as tools of the trade, state lawmakers are pushing forward to stop the use of this new technology to aid hunters in their pursuit of wildlife.  (photo: CBC) With that in mind, they also have added ...

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Michigan to ban the use of drones for hunting

The National Archery in the Schools Program

The National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP®) is a 501 c (3) non-profit educational foundation established to teach target archery as part of the in-school curriculum in grades 4-12. NASP® is cooperative effort between conservation agencies, private organizations, and ...

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The National Archery in the Schools Program

‘Wired Arrow Outdoors’ owners, pro-staff, charged with illegal harvest of 18 deer

SPRINGFIELD, IL – An Illinois Conservation Police investigation into the Wired Arrow Outdoors television show has resulted in the company’s owners, pro-staff members and guests being charged with 134 wildlife violations, including the taking of 18 deer illegally in Illinois. ...

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‘Wired Arrow Outdoors’ owners, pro-staff, charged with illegal harvest of 18 deer

Ryan Michel and Hunts we never dream about

We have all heard the stories of folks finding bucks tangled up with other bucks dead and alive.  Also, we have seeing videos of folks risking injury in order to free such deer.  So, if you were out hunting in ...

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Ryan Michel and Hunts we never dream about

Alyssa’s First Archery Buck!

Parenting Done Right! When it comes to hunting you should teach your children patience. You should encourage them and talk to them about letting fawns and yearling deer go so they can have a chance to live after the first year. ...

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Alyssa’s First Archery Buck!

How To Call Deer with Dan Gritzner

Mossy Oak Pro Staff member and Iowa resident Dan Gritzner shares his tips on how to call deer. Dan shares some of the do's and don'ts of calling deer and what he does to be a more successful deer hunter.  Dan ...

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How To Call Deer with  Dan Gritzner

What to Know for First Time Antelope Hunts

By Aubrey Moulton As the anticipation builds for your first antelope hunt, you might find yourself feeling nervous about how to maximize your success and enjoyment of the trip. Before you go, check out these tips from our team of hunting ...

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What to Know for First Time Antelope Hunts

Hunting By The Moon Phase

Hunting By The Moon Phase Every season, millions of hunters take to the woods with renewed enthusiasm and vigor. Unfortunately, many come away empty handed, returning day after day to face similar results. It's every hunter's biggest dilemma, but some ...

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Hunting By The Moon Phase

Cutting Corners – Planting No-Till Food Plots

By Todd Amenrud I don’t really care for the terms “no-till” or “no-plow” when it comes to food plot products. I believe it gives many newbie’s a false sense of hope. It tells them that it’s acceptable to cut out an ...

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Cutting Corners – Planting No-Till Food Plots

Take Scouting To A Whole New Level With The Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Series

Overland Park, Kan. – Bushnell, an industry leader in high performance sports optics for more than 65 years and a market leader in the trail camera industry, has introduced three new Trophy Cam HD trail cameras. Leading the industry with a one-year ...

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Take Scouting To A Whole New Level With The Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Series
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Deer Hunting gone wrong

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Deer hunting gone WRONG ! (VIDEO) This is a short video showing just one example. MERRY CHRISTMAS from all of us at Great Lakes Bow Hunters

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Michigans 2014 elk hunting season is completed

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Michigan’s 2014 elk hunting season just ended with multiple successes. Hunters experienced a one-of-a-kind hunt and filled the freezer with local meat, while also helping to accomplish valuable elk management on both public and private land.   “The elk hunt is an exciting time for everyone,” said Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologist Jennifer Kleitch. “We control the elk population through very intense management – we target specific areas and properties during certain time periods.”   The elk season had […]

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Michigan to ban the use of drones for hunting

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Lansing- With the growing  use of drones as tools of the trade, state lawmakers are pushing forward to stop the use of this new technology to aid hunters in their pursuit of wildlife.  (photo: CBC) With that in mind, they also have added in legislation preventing the use of drones to harass hunters.   Sen. Phil Pavlov, R-St. Clair, chief sponsor of the first of two bills mentioned that hunters and sportsman had voiced their concerns about the use of these […]

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Car Deer Accidents and what to do to avoid them

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With the expansion of residents into urban areas and the safety zones they create for the deer, the number of car-deer accidents are sure to rise. In November with deer activity at its peek the risk is higher for car-deer accidents, although these accidents can and do happen year round. According to the National Safety Council, there are about 200 deaths a year with over 1 billion dollars per year in damages Here are a few defensive driving tips to […]

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The National Archery in the Schools Program

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The National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP®) is a 501 c (3) non-profit educational foundation established to teach target archery as part of the in-school curriculum in grades 4-12. NASP® is cooperative effort between conservation agencies, private organizations, and school systems to engage more students in the educational process. Educators are rightly concerned about elevated school drop-out rates. Conservation organizations worry that young people have too few opportunities to learn and practice outdoor skills. These groups believe archery can […]

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‘Wired Arrow Outdoors’ owners, pro-staff, charged with illegal harvest of 18 deer

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SPRINGFIELD, IL – An Illinois Conservation Police investigation into the Wired Arrow Outdoors television show has resulted in the company’s owners, pro-staff members and guests being charged with 134 wildlife violations, including the taking of 18 deer illegally in Illinois.

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Minnesota Turkey hunting applications

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People can apply for early season spring wild turkey hunting permits now through Friday, Jan. 9, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.