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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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Catfishermen Shouldn't Stink

Catfishermen Shouldn't Stink

A catfish’s sense of smell (and taste) is so great they are likely capable of perceiving their entire universe with their sniffers. Much the same way we observe four separate pine trees on a hill, catfish can likely smell four different carp swimming alongside a distant brushpile. 

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Top 4 Outdoors Podcasts to Listen to This Week

Top 4 Outdoors Podcasts to Listen to This Week

Whether you’re driving to work, cooking dinner or simply itching to get back outside, you can enjoy the outdoors by tuning in to some of the most interesting and diverse storytellers from the marshes, fields and backwoods. Check out four of our favorite outdoor podcasts we think you’ll really like, too.  

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Beyond the Food Plot: Managing Your Land for Total Hunt-Worthy Health

Beyond the Food Plot: Managing Your Land for Total Hunt-Worthy Health

While food plots remain a popular land management method for deer hunters to provide nutrition to the landscape and attract deer, a more successful approach involves improving the quality of the overall habitat located on their property. As iSportsman covered in the recent article, Manage Your Land to Minimize Coyote Predation, time and energy spent on trapping predators is often better directed into improving the overall landscape so wildlife has a better mix of forage and hiding cover.  

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It's Fawn Finding Season

It's Fawn Finding Season

It’s common knowledge it takes nine months from conception to birth for a human baby. It’s actually, 280 days - give or take a day - but normally, that figure is spot on. Humans have no “breeding season” as do many animals so the number of births on any particular day or time of year is constant. For cottontail rabbits it’s only 29 days and with a breeding season here in the upper Midwest from March through September, figure baby bunnies could be encountered anytime from now well into October.

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Hunters and Anglers Safer With iSportsman

Hunters and Anglers Safer With iSportsman

In 2021, Cornell University conducted research on the customer satisfaction of iSportsman users at the U.S. Military Academy West Point. Cornell’s findings indicate that iSportsman users believe the additional safety measures provided by the iSportsman system improve their hunting and angling experience by providing a greater sense of security and situational awareness that they don’t find elsewhere.

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The affordable True Tactical Knife great for on-the-go gear

The affordable True Tactical Knife great for on-the-go gear

Introducing a Tactical Knife from True Knives—a well-rounded knife designed for a plethora of tasks.

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Get more out of the outdoors with the ALPS Breeze Rocker

Get more out of the outdoors with the ALPS Breeze Rocker

It’s important to remember the best part of the outdoors is the opportunity to sit back and take it all in. Hunting is hard work, from scouting your area, waiting for a chance, and hauling your game out of the field hunters spend a lot of time hiking, crouching, crawling, and carrying harvest, gear, and firearms. So, when it's time to take a load off, do it in style with the ALPS Mountaineering Breeze Rocker; perfect for relaxation, exploration, trekking, and family camping.

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Protect your best assets behind the scope with GATORZ Protective Eyewear

Protect your best assets behind the scope with GATORZ Protective Eyewear

 If you’re looking for a close fitting, comfortable frame that looks great on all face shapes, the Wraptor ANSI/MILSPEC may be the best fit for you.

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Bass fishing doesn't have to be complicated

Bass fishing doesn't have to be complicated

“I don’t fish for bass,” a guy mentioned last week as we discussed this spring’s fishing bonanza at a local boat ramp. “Besides, there is no way I could afford it,” he said gesturing towards a glistening metal-flake bass boat loaded with rods, boxes of lures and mysterious electronic gadgets. “It can get too complicated and too expensive,” he added.

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Tips for the tail end of turkey season

Tips for the tail end of turkey season

It happens every year. We hear tales of the new guy who stumbles into the woods for the first time, scratches out a few calls and nails a big gobbler before the sun clears the horizon. But what you don’t hear are stories about the film crew and hunting pro who spend a full week in prime turkey country but fail to fill a tag or footage. We also don’t hear about the well-seasoned hunter who ends the season empty handed. For every beginner’s success there are dozens of other hard-luck stories in which hunters spend day after day in the woods without connecting. No doubt wild turkeys can humble anyone.

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