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Texas Adopts Rules Permitting Air Guns, Arrows for Hunting

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Beginning this fall, Texans may use air guns and air arrows as legal means for hunting. At least 10 other states permit… more »

igfa records

Check Out Latest IGFA World Record Submissions

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The International Game Fish Association (IGFA) gets world-record submissions on a regular basis and shares some of them in a bi-weekly… more »

turkey lessons

Perspective: Turkey Lessons Before School Begins

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Mitch Petrie, Vice President of Programming for the Outdoor Channel, shares this account of an April 24 turkey hunt with… more »

turkey hunting gear

Turkey Hunting Gear You Shouldn’t Be Without

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Here are some exceptional turkey hunting gear choices that can bring confidence and reliability to your hunt. I’m a gear… more »

Youth Turkey Hunting

How to Build a Youth Hunter’s Passion, the Right Way

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Here’s one way to introduce and encourage youth hunting — one step at a time. The fall of 2018 will… more »

turkey hunting

Don’t Make These Turkey Ground Blind Mistakes

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Spring turkey hunting can be a tough row to hoe, particularly in highly pressured areas where gobblers have a couple… more »

turkey hunting

Mid-Spring Turkey Hunting Tactics

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Where the hens cluck in shaded glens and toms strut and drag their wingtips in the buttercups, your turkey hunting needs… more »

Texas turkey

Awesome Video from Rio Grande Turkey Hunt

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Game & Fish gear editor Dr. Todd Kuhn joined Browning on a recent hunt in Texas for Rio Grande Turkey… more »

turkey decoy

4 Tips For Turkey Decoy Success

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From placement to attention to detail here are four great turkey decoy tips that might help you bag a tom… more »

public-land turkeys

Increase Your Chances on Pressured Public-Land Turkeys

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While every turkey is a trophy, public-land turkeys are the most remembered because they’re often the toughest to take. The bird… more »

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