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  • Barnett’s Explorer XP 400 is the Archery Season Upgrade You’ve Been Searching For
    Barnett’s Explorer crossbow series offers hunters user-friendly and performance features typical of crossbows costing much more.
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  • Duck Camp Waterfowling Waders: Don’t Get Soaked This Fall
    Duck Camp’s new premium waterfowling waders are the product of two years of research, development and refinement to bring you top-flight waders engineered for comfort, convenience and performance.
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  • Don’t Overlook fall Turkey Hunting
    Fall turkey hunting is nowhere near as popular as spring turkey hunting.
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  • Dress the Next Generation of Pro-Hunters with the Bow and Arrow Youth Line
    If you’re lucky your little one is showing signs that going out on the hunt with you last year wasn’t a one-time fling.
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All about redear, and how to catch them

All about redear, and how to catch them

Since last week’s column, I've fished for redear sunfish five times. Readers are wanting to know what local lake I’m fishing while others have guessed it. Lots of folks are fishing this lake and the easy pickings are all but gone. Since my last column, I have learned a lot more, however, my new knowledge has evoked more questions.

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The Old Pro Turkey Hunter Speaks

The Old Pro Turkey Hunter Speaks

Earlier this spring, listening to sleet blow against the windows, I absentmindedly doom-scrolled Instagram. But my hit of melancholy was unexpectedly delayed.

I paused on a post showing a wild turkey, a tom in full strut, with a quote by writer Tom Kelly running across the top of the image.

As the words sank in, the familiar, distorted lens of social media cleared:

Turkey hunting is not a game that needs a score or a score keeper and does not require the production of a dead turkey to qualify as a success. Done properly and unscored, it is about as even as anything can be when one of the participants has a loaded shotgun and the other has not.

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Bow Spider upgrades hunt to be easy and hands-free

Bow Spider upgrades hunt to be easy and hands-free

Upgrade your hunt with the quickest and easiest hands-free bow retrieval system on the market: the Bow Spider.

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Catfish Bait on Steroids

Catfish Bait on Steroids

Last week I wrote about the amazing sense of smell and taste catfish possess. Salmon swimming the open ocean follow the subtle scent trail of the river in which they were born to home in on the exact location of their birth when they mature and make their own spawning run. Catfish possess a sense of smell as much as 100 times greater than salmon.

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Rock Bass Doesn't Need to Play Second Fiddle

Rock Bass Doesn't Need to Play Second Fiddle

For stream fisherman in this part of the country, it would seem that smallmouth bass are the only reason for existence. This writer is often guilty of such angling narrow-mindedness. However, while the bronzeback is the undisputed king of the creek, the black and green prince is hiding among the rocks and roots, ready to offer good fishing even when the smallies are sulking.

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Savory Bear Hams Made Easy with Hi Mountain Seasoning

Some spring bear hunters may consider the furs to be the main takeaway from their harvest, black bear meat especially doesn’t often get the love it deserves. Hi Mountain aims to change that with their bear ham seasoning.

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Federal Celebrates 100 Years in Business with Nostalgic Shotshell Packaging

Federal Celebrates 100 Years in Business with Nostalgic Shotshell Packaging

Federal Ammunition has been offering shotshells for 100 years, and to commemorate this milestone event they are offering shells in four different retro packaging designs to be released throughout 2022.

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Arcturus Realtree EDGE 3D Leaf Suit provides perfect coverage in the brush

Arcturus Realtree EDGE 3D Leaf Suit provides perfect coverage in the brush

Stay hidden every season with the silent, lightweight and three-dimensional Arcturus Realtree Edge 3D Leaf Suit.

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Dealing with a No-Start Boat Engine

Dealing with a No-Start Boat Engine

I’m not a trained marine mechanic, but I’ve been a boater all my adult life and have spent more time in less than perfectly maintained boats than ones that are checked and spit-polished by trained technicians on a regular basis. Most of the time, everything works. Some of the time the day starts at a standstill. The motor won’t start.

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Stay Adaptable for Springtime Smallmouth

Stay Adaptable for Springtime Smallmouth

April and May offer some of the best smallmouth bass fishing of the year but it also offers some of the most contrasting fishing conditions of the season.

One day might be perfect, with nice water and great weather, while the next day might bring muddy high water, thunderstorms and sometimes snow. This means that even more than lake anglers, springtime river bass fishermen must stay adaptable to the changing conditions.

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