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  • Taking Care of Business: Gun Cleaning Done Right
    As hunting season is just getting started, most firearms are still safely tucked away in the gun cabinet waiting for that first use.
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  • Mike Rogers Insider Tips: How to Win a Lottery
    Everyone loves being a winner and that includes iSportsman users.
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  • Dove Hunting Tactics
    As I stood there watching the little acrobatic flyers, I said to myself, “Why am I standing here?” There were no other hunters there to help keep the doves flying and moving.
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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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Taking Care of Business: Gun Cleaning Done Right

Taking Care of Business: Gun Cleaning Done Right

One of Elvis Presley’s favorite sayings was “TCB,” which stands for “Taking care of business.” While we’re not exactly sure what The King meant, we do know that for a shooter, taking care of business means taking care of your firearm.

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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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Dove Hunting Tactics

Dove Hunting Tactics

Beads of sweat were pouring down my face, like small streams winding down a mountain side. A widening stain on the back of my tee shirt was growing rapidly. I had been standing underneath a small group of trees, trying to find some shade. A slight breeze was in the air, but not enough to provide any comfort or the ability to air dry my perspiration. The action was slow for a mid-morning dove hunt. It was already into the third week of dove season and most dove hunters had vanished from the fields. I could see doves flying around the cut sunflower field, trying to figure out the best place to land to commence their gorging of sunflower seeds.

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Barnett’s Explorer XP 400 is the Archery Season Upgrade You’ve Been Searching For

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

Don’t Overlook fall Turkey Hunting

Fall turkey hunting is nowhere near as popular as spring turkey hunting. During the fall, there is a lot of competition for the time and attention of hunters. Deer, ducks, small game and migratory birds all pull hunters in different directions. For the hardcore turkey hunters out there, fall can be a great time to pursue these magnificent birds without much competition in the field.

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Dress the Next Generation of Pro-Hunters with the Bow and Arrow Youth Line

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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NEW HUNTING GEAR YOU MAY HAVE MISSED

NEW HUNTING GEAR YOU MAY HAVE MISSED

As the weather is getting cooler, the first thing on your mind may be getting out into the great outdoors to tag a moose or caribou. While you probably have all the gear you need on hand, it never hurts to consider upgrading your gear to up your game this season.

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3 Tools and Tricks for Fall Crappie

3 Tools and Tricks for Fall Crappie

While you can catch crappie any time of the year, for many anglers fall and winter are their favorite. 

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Making the Switch to Traditional Archery

Making the Switch to Traditional Archery

My first hunting bow was an old compound handed down from a family friend. I have no idea what brand it was, and I suppose it doesn’t really matter. I do remember it had a 40-pound draw weight and no sights. I was 11 and it took me nearly a year to gain the strength to draw it.

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