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It's nearly impossible to say that any one hunter hunts just like another. Whether it's spot-and-stalk to all-day stand sits, or food sources to bedding area priority, rarely do we have a blueprint that hunters follow when it comes to their entire season.

The Great 'Bait' Debate

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

It's nearly impossible to say that any one hunter hunts just like another. Whether it's...

Clint Cheatham is a third-generation member of the Spotsville Deer Camp, located along the Union and Columbia county lines in southern Arkansas. Cheatham's grandfather was one of the founding members of the camp in 1964, and for the past 50 years the camp has provided hunting and fellowship for its members.

Glued To The Spot

Steve Rogers, OutdoorChannel.com

Clint Cheatham is a third-generation member of the Spotsville Deer Camp, located along the...

Patience is a particular virtue of bowhunting. It was an ample supply of patience that resulted in the harvest of a potential new World's Record typical Mule deer.

Monster Muley Possible P&Y New World's Record

Patience is a particular virtue of bowhunting. It was an ample supply of patience that...

For show-and-tell, T.A. Lewis's teacher put a photo of him and the deer he killed on the classroom smartboard, then she had him talk about it.

Show-and-Tell Deer

Mike Suchan, OutdoorChannel.com

For show-and-tell, T.A. Lewis's teacher put a photo of him and the deer he killed on the...

A “cull” or “management” buck is one that is of inferior genetics or does not meet the standards of what an average deer should be in that herd, at a certain age. For some hunters it is a daily term, but for others they will never use it.

Is There Such Thing as a 'Cull' Buck

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

A “cull” or “management” buck is one that is of inferior genetics or does not meet the...

Whether you hunt in the Northeast or Midwest, around this time of the year you will often hear hunters begin to talk about seeing the “second rut.” Scrapes open up, and like in early November, bucks can be seen dogging does.

What Is the Second Rut?

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

Whether you hunt in the Northeast or Midwest, around this time of the year you will often hear...

John Butler was sitting in the “Hangover Stand,'' a name given to the stand just 50 yards from the clubhouse. For obvious reasons, it would be the first choice of anyone unable to get out of bed on time, but up in time to actually hunt.

Kansas Accidental Opportunity

Steve Bowman, OutdoorChannel.com

John Butler was sitting in the “Hangover Stand,'' a name given to the stand just 50 yards from...

Although he doesn't hunt anymore, Andy Shaw saw more deer this fall than most. Of course, none were alive.

Pleased to Meat You

Mike Suchan, OutdoorChannel.com

Although he doesn't hunt anymore, Andy Shaw saw more deer this fall than most. Of course, none...

After spending three days at a deer camp for the opening of the Indiana rifle season, I am baffled that the Hoosier state is lost in this conversation.

Indiana Rut: Hoosier Daddy?

James Hall, OutdoorChannel.com

After spending three days at a deer camp for the opening of the Indiana rifle season, I am...

There might not be any worse weather element I hate hunting in than wind. Whether it's because I can't hear anything else other than the wind, or because I've never had success when it's windy, the bottom line is when wind is in the forecast, I cringe. I almost feel defeated before the hunt even begins.

'Weather' or Not You'll Bag a Buck

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

There might not be any worse weather element I hate hunting in than wind. Whether it's because...

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