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Waterfowl Hunting: Scouting tips

Waterfowl Hunting: Scouting tips

Posted by Drew Palmer on Oct 27th 2021

Waterfowl in the Central Flyway are constantly in transition. They are in a daily battle to elude hunting pressure, find food, and search for open water. The weather can change 40 degrees or more on a
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Hunting Land: Should You Buy?

Hunting Land: Should You Buy?

Posted by Reese Johnson on Oct 12th 2021

Where to StartShould you look for land locally or in a major Midwest state where landowner tags can get you an advantage?The answer to this question is a personal one; but many factors should be consi
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Treestand Prep

Treestand Prep

Posted by Nat Gear Staff via Drew Palmer, Mile North Outdoor Co. on Aug 18th 2021

Summer is a long and miserable beast for some dedicated whitetail hunters, but all is not lost with the sweltering heat. Even though it's a sweaty job, treestand work during the summer can definitely
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Situational Shooting

Situational Shooting

Posted by Brett Eddleman (Beretta USA) on Jul 15th 2021

Dove season is right around the corner and it’s a time that almost all of us can trace back to great memories as a youth and good times today. What we also remember is the frustrations of “knocking
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Bowhunting Tips: Do These Things Every Day for a Successful Season

Bowhunting Tips: Do These Things Every Day for a Successful Season

Posted by Brad Lovell Competition- 3D ASA Shooter and Bowhunter on Jun 29th 2021

My number one bowhunting tip is to put in the time before the season starts. There are a few things I try to do every day in order to be a successful archer: shooting daily, keeping practice interesti
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