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How to Skin a Squirrel

by Keith Sutton 0

Your hunt has ended, and after a fine morning spent stalking in your favorite woodlands, the tails of several squirrels… more »


Woman’s Massive Alabama Gator Could Be New World Record

by Charlie Puckett 0

Some family outings consist of a picnic basket and a rousing game of wiffle ball, while others involve a 20-gauge… more »


What Africa Can Teach You About Predator Hunting

by Richard Mann 1

I took a varmint call along on my first safari to South Africa almost 10 years ago. We tried it… more »


28 New Compound Bows for 2014

by Tony Peterson 0

The latest and greatest compound bows have hit the market. Whether you’ve got an extra $1,000 squirreled away for the top-of-the-line… more »


Boone and Crockett Recognizes New Grizzly World Record

by Andrew Vanlaningham 0

Boone and Crockett officially announced last Friday that a grizzly taken by Alaska hunter Larry Fitzgerald, 35, will enter the… more »


10 Reasons You’re Not Killing Turkeys

by Jeremy Flinn 0

No matter how prepared you are heading into spring turkey season, gobbling toms can seem to be one step ahead…. more »

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New York Passes New Bill Allowing Crossbow Hunting

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

The New York crossbow bill will allow crossbow use in the last parts of archery and bear hunting seasons in 2014.


20 Best Camera Corner Photos for March

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

These are the best hunting and fishing pictures from around the country submitted to Camera Corner this March.

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Get Your Gobbler Right Now!

by Steve Hickoff 0

Wild turkeys are the paranoid animals on the planet. You’ve got to do your homework. Checking out these spring turkey hunting tips is a great start.


10 Great Turkey Loads for 2014

by David Hart 0

David Hart rounds up 10 of the best turkey loads for 2014 to make sure your prepared for going afield again.

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