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  • MoonGuide With Adam Hays: The Best Kept Secret in Hunting Available as an App
    You have your plots set, suitable gear on hand, and are ready to go—make sure you have the perfect days for your hunt with the MoonGuide App.
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  • iSportsmanX: Xperience the Outdoors
    With iSportsmanX, iSportsman hopes to reconnect you with the activities you love.
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  • ALPS OutdoorZ Elite Frame Backpack Helps You Haul Harvest Home
    The Elite System will be your one-stop-shop for all your meat and cape hauling.
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  • iSportsmanX: A New Outdoor Xperience Coming Soon
    iSportsmanX: A New Outdoor Xperience Coming Soon
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MoonGuide With Adam Hays: The Best Kept Secret in Hunting Available as an App

MoonGuide With Adam Hays: The Best Kept Secret in Hunting Available as an App

The fall hunting season is in full swing, and most of you are already reminiscing about the success of the season so far. You are all set with gear, and have your spots picked out —but what if you could increase your chances of tagging that monster buck? Well, you can, utilizing what was once one of the best-kept secrets in hunting. 

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Choking Up

Choking Up

Shotguns are different from rifles or muskets in that they fire multiple projectiles; most people know that. A rifle fires a single bullet each time the trigger is pulled. When a shotgunner pulls the trigger great bunches of pellets fly out the end of the muzzle. The pellets are actually round balls of lead, steel or other metal. Think BBs from a BB gun with the orbs varying in size, larger or smaller as needed.

How much larger or smaller? That depends.... “Buckshot” shotgun loads may only have the amount of pellets you can count on your fingers or fingers and toes. The number of projectiles in birdshot loads depends on the type of birds the shotgunner is planning to shoot. Generally speaking, the larger the bird, the larger the pellet. Goose hunters may load their guns with shells containing just over a hundred pieces of shot. Quail and dove hunters will likely choose shotshells with four or five times that number.

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Hunt the Front for Whitetail Success

Hunt the Front for Whitetail Success

The Weather Channel along with an arm’s long list of weather apps have become essential gear for sportsmen, particularly deer hunters.

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Mule Deer Hunting at Horse Creek Ridge, Wyoming

Mule Deer Hunting at Horse Creek Ridge, Wyoming

At 7am my shift ended and a long weekend began. With a can of red bull in my hand, I hit the road and drove back home to pick up my roommate, Ryan, for his first ever deer hunt. Needless to say he was very excited. Ryan is an avid bird hunter and I often join him on his family farm during goose season in Northern Colorado but nothing can compare to your first big game hunt. I finished packing my odds and ends, loaded up the truck, topped off the tank, and headed up towards Sheridan, Wyoming

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Fall Duck Hunting

Fall Duck Hunting

The old green Mansfield canoe glides silently through the bay its bow pointing toward the narrow ribbon of moonlight reflecting on the water. Reeds brush gently by the gunwales as we maneuver our way down the murky channel and into the cattails.

We can hear the raucous laughter of mallards from a pool deep in the swale grass behind the trees.

We whisper to one another “That’s Right!” at the same time. Whistling wings whiz by our heads as we turn into the small slot in the puckerbrush. The sides of the canoe squeak uncomfortably loudly against the ragged edges of the woody branches, like nails on a chalkboard.

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Early Archery Season Offers Escape

Early Archery Season Offers Escape

Perhaps more so than in any other year of my life, I am ready for archery deer season to open. Thankfully, the wait is just about over. 

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Are You A Bow hunting "Ten-Percenter?" Learn from the best!

Are You A Bow hunting "Ten-Percenter?" Learn from the best!

We all know them. Those people who seem to collect trophy deer almost every season. They say roughly 75 percent of all big game animals are taken by only 10 percent of bow hunters. I am not sure if this is true but what I do know is there are people who seem to take trophy animals on a consistent basis.

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The Night Before the Opening Hunt

The Night Before the Opening Hunt

The day before a hunt is one of the great joys left in the world. Sometimes the anticipation can be more important to the experience than the hunt itself.

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Update Your Cold Weather Gear with Nomad’s Harvester NXT Series

Whitetail hunters searching for mature bucks know the best time to have a successful hunt is during the rut but having the wrong gear can force you to cut that time short due to the weather. 

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Mike Rogers Insider Tips: How to Win a Lottery

Everyone loves being a winner and that includes iSportsman users. When it comes to hunting lotteries in high-stakes areas every second counts to ensure the odds are in your favor. Mike Rogers, active service member, iSportsman user and YouTuber, knows this better than anyone, which is we he set out to help others snag that winning spot for their next big hunt.

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