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Hill-Country Hurdles: Long Hours on Stand
Posted on May 12, 2013

This segment has covered some of the major hill-country hurdles you may … more

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Hill-Country Hurdles: Fewer Deer Sightings
Posted on May 10, 2013

This segment has covered some of the major hill-country hurdles you may … more

You never quite know what to expect when bowhunting in rough, mountain country. When the author’s buck hit the snow-covered ground, it took off like a bobsled. After sliding some 75 yards downhill, an unlucky tree finally thwarted its likely progression into no man’s land. Still, the recovery effort took nearly four hours to complete.

Hill-Country Hurdles: Tough Terrain
Posted on May 8, 2013

Putting your tag on a big-timber buck means overcoming these three obstacles. … more

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Backcountry Elk Hunting Advice (PART 3)
Posted on May 5, 2013

Here it is! The final installation of this three-part hunting segment will … more

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Backcountry Elk Hunting Advice (PART 2)
Posted on May 3, 2013

Part 1 of this exclusive elk hunting segment covered tips for finding … more

Elk are “pocket” animals, and you must either cover a lot of ground finding such spots, or have prior knowledge of them so you can begin hunting from the get-go, instead of spending precious hunting time just searching.

Backcountry Elk Hunting Advice (PART 1)
Posted on May 1, 2013

Follow these tips for a more successful wilderness hunt. Part 1 of … more

Jeremy Toman relied on trail cameras and rattling to take this 150-inch non-typical blacktail from the Cascade Range.

How to Score on Last Chance Blacktails
Posted on April 19, 2013

  With the season winding down, now could be the best time … more

This decoys system is offered by Heads Up Decoy. It consists of a center image of a strutting turkey along with a fan slot to allow the placement of a dried turkey fan to imitate a strutting tom.

Become a Better Turkey Hunter
Posted on April 5, 2013

  Evolving into a more successful turkey bowhunter is no short life … more