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  • Fish on! Tactics for King Salmon
    Kings don’t work the day shift. Sure you can catch them at high noon but you’ll catch more of them at midnight.
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  • Bear Archery and The Hunting Public Bring you collaborative genus with the All-New ADAPT Hunting Bow
    The Bear ADAPT was developed in partnership with The Hunting Public to bring bowhunters the most premium and best performing single cam bow on the market.
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  • Swarovski Optik Introduce the New El Range with Tracking Assistant
    The North American subsidiary of the Austrian based company, Swarovski Optik, recently announced the new El Range with Tracking Assistant binocular.
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  • Beat the Heat: Wade Fishing for Carp
    When the weather is too hot to sit in a boat or on the bank, slip on some wading shoes and spend some time wading your local river or stream in pursuit of one of the hardest fighting fish you can tangle with.
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Western Spotlight: Big Game Seasons Open in August at Fort Huachuca

Western Spotlight: Big Game Seasons Open in August at Fort Huachuca

While for most big game hunters focused on deer opening day is marked on the calendar for September, October or even not until November, there are a lucky number of hunters who live in areas where August means it’s time to hit the stands, fields and trails. Fort Huachuca in southern Arizona is one of those areas, with both black bear and deer archery seasons beginning in August.  

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Two Amazing and Rare butterflies to see this Summer with iSportsman

Two Amazing and Rare butterflies to see this Summer with iSportsman

Being outdoors isn’t always about the hunt or the harvest. Sometimes it's nice to just enjoy the natural splendor around you. Butterflies are commonly admired for their grace-like beauty, and these two military installations are home to rare species you might be able to catch a glimpse of this summer as both bases put significant effort into ensuring the protection of these butterfly species. 


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The Suburban Hunter’s Guide to Etiquette

The Suburban Hunter’s Guide to Etiquette

The first time I hunted in central Massachusetts, I was shocked at the proximity of houses interwoven in the woodlots we were hunting. One minute I was walking down a logging path that seemed to be as remote as anything you’d find in the Adirondacks, the next I was treading by a dude mowing his lawn with his kid swinging a few feet away. Mind you this was simply traveling into the spot where I was actually going to hunt, I wasn’t eyeballing the guy’s yard from my stand, but it still served as a bold reminder that not too far through the woods, there were folks in their homes and yards who may or may not get hunting. Safety, and respect for other’s concerns, are paramount in such an environment.

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Ducktown, USA

Ducktown, USA

Why this city in Arkansas is the duck hunting capital of the world. 

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Smith & Wesson Headquarters, Other Operations Moving To Tennessee

Smith & Wesson Headquarters, Other Operations Moving To Tennessee

Smith & Wesson Brands, Inc. has decided to move its headquarters.

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When to Poison all the Fish in the Lake

When to Poison all the Fish in the Lake

The Utah Department of Natural Resources has a serious issue in Navajo Lake.

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Top 8 Mule Deer Spots

Top 8 Mule Deer Spots

While the whitetail may be king, mule deer hunting opportunities offer some serious challenge.

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The Best Hog Hunting States

The Best Hog Hunting States

Feral hogs are one of the most harmful invasive species that populate the United States.

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The Best Western Spots for Your Summer Trout

The Best Western Spots for Your Summer Trout

Trout is an extremely common species of freshwater fish with plenty of spots for a catch. But where are the best places to go?

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Hunt Fort Campbell

Hunt Fort Campbell

For more information on hunting, fishing and other outdoor recreation at Fort Campbell, visit https://ftcampbell.isportsman.net.

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