Journal

Duck Hunt of a Lifetime: Day 4 on the Hillside

Duck Hunt of a Lifetime: Day 4 on the Hillside

Posted by By: Garrett Rucker Photos: Josh Alberius on Nov 20th 2022

Hunting dry fields over the rolling prairies of Canada is a waterfowler’s dream. As a lifelong duck hunter from Arkansas, flooded timber and rice fields are the undisputed champion for me when it come
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Patches: A Legacy on the Trail Camera

Patches: A Legacy on the Trail Camera

Posted by Josh Alberius on Oct 26th 2022

When a small, spindly two-year-old buck grabs your attention while you’re checking trail cameras, there’s obviously something more to him than just the young rack growing on his head. As I got to scro
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Let ‘Em Grow: The Key to Harvesting Big Bucks

Let ‘Em Grow: The Key to Harvesting Big Bucks

Posted by Reese Johnson (Natural Gear Brand Ambassador) on Sep 26th 2022

Do you want to see more big bucks when you hunt? There is one beneficial thing you can do as a hunter to consistently see more deer with bigger antlers, even if you do nothing else. It’s not minerals,
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The Levee

The Levee

Posted by Nate Alberius on Sep 25th 2022

For me, early deer season in Arkansas is probably the most difficult time of the year to hunt effectively. You are still dealing with the late summer heat, as well as the bugs and mosquitoes that come
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To Plot or Not: Are Deer Food Plots worth the Effort?

To Plot or Not: Are Deer Food Plots worth the Effort?

Posted by Drew Palmer on Aug 14th 2022

One of the newest trends in hunting and outdoor stewardship is the planting of what we call “food plots.” Planting food plots for hunting can increase a hunter’s odds of success and provide important
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