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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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Summer Prep: How to Prepare for Deer Season

Summer Prep: How to Prepare for Deer Season

Posted by Reese Johnson on May 31st 2019

It’s almost June, things are winding down on spring turkeys, and the “off-season” is coming to a close. For the first time in a while, deer are on my mind and I’m planning all the summer prep I want t
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Hunting Land: Should You Buy?

Hunting Land: Should You Buy?

Posted by Reese Johnson on Apr 9th 2019

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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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 Apr 1st 2019

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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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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