Journal

Turkey Hunting Tips: Being One Step Ahead

Turkey Hunting Tips: Being One Step Ahead

Posted by Drew Palmer on Feb 25th 2020

Talk to any turkey hunter who’s ever been outwitted multiple times by a bird, and it’s like talking to a superhero who is trying to defeat their greatest foe. Those birds almost never die, as the spir
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Arkansas Duck Hunting Marathon

Arkansas Duck Hunting Marathon

Posted by Jackson Braswell on Jan 1st 2020

Duck hunting can make you do crazy things, especially when the weather man is calling for the first snow of winter behind a massive cold front in the State of Arkansas.For duck hunters, other than our
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Dirty Water: Flooded Timber Duck Hunting

Dirty Water: Flooded Timber Duck Hunting

Posted by Drew Palmer on Dec 11th 2019

For purists, hunting in flooded timber has long been the pinnacle of mallard hunting. While flooded timber is commonly found in the green-timber bottoms of Arkansas, things change during an El Niño wh
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Patches: A Legacy on the Trail Camera

Patches: A Legacy on the Trail Camera

Posted by Josh Alberius on Oct 8th 2019

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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The Levee

The Levee

Posted by Nate Alberius on Oct 8th 2019

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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