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Turkey Hunting Tips for a Successful Season

Turkey Hunting Tips for a Successful Season

Posted by JOHN ADAMS on Mar 4th 2019

We’ve all been there, high on that ridge-top at “gobble time,” set up in what we think is the perfect spot for the morning. As that gobbler sounds off, we begin the morning ritual of light tree y
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Shed Hunting Tips

Shed Hunting Tips

Posted by Reese Johnson (Natural Gear Brand Ambassador) on Feb 18th 2019

Treasure hunting for cast antlers, or shed antlers, has become increasingly popular in recent years. While we love putting our hands on that mesmerizing and highly sought after piece of bone when it’s
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Turkey Hunting Decoys and Strategies: Situational Setups

Turkey Hunting Decoys and Strategies: Situational Setups

Posted by Drew Palmer on Feb 18th 2019

Some days, turkey hunting with decoys is an art; Other days, it’s an act of emotional power.Nearly a decade of experience in Kansas hunting and guiding turkey hunters after Rio Grande turkeys has
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Dirty Water: Flooded Timber Duck Hunting

Dirty Water: Flooded Timber Duck Hunting

Posted by Drew Palmer on Feb 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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 Wild Game Winter Stew

Wild Game Winter Stew

Posted by Jimmy DiTraglia on Feb 2nd 2019

Winter time is stew time. In our house, that would be a wild game stew. Here in Minnesota, winter lasts longer than in other parts of the country. Even in the spring it can still look like winter. As
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