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Picking the right entry and exit route to your treestand or ground blind might be more important to success in deer hunting than where you actually hunt.Tips For An Excellent Deer Season

Tips For An Excellent Deer Season

Picking the right entry and exit route to your treestand or ground blind might be more

Art Lander Jr., Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources

Things have changed in the last 11 years. In some ways I can't put my finger on all the changes, but I feel the change, as do most Americans.Things Changed After 9/11

Things Changed After 9/11

Things have changed in the last 11 years. In some ways I can't put my finger on all the

Steve Bowman, OutdoorChannel.com

Three adults and two juveniles from Braxton County have been arrested and charged with multiple violations of West Virginia  wildlife laws in what Division of Natural Resources (DNR) Law Enforcement officers are calling Thrill Killers Arrested in Braxton County, West Virginia

Thrill Killers Arrested in Braxton County, West Virginia

Three adults and two juveniles from Braxton County have been arrested and charged with

Two poaching cases in northern Utah are a sad reminder that poaching is a wasteful activity that reduces opportunities for ethical hunters. And, if you're the person who commits the violation, poaching can empty your bank account and put you behind bars.Three Utah Hunters Face Felony Charges

Three Utah Hunters Face Felony Charges

Two poaching cases in northern Utah are a sad reminder that poaching is a wasteful activity

by Utah Division of Wildlife Resources

California's split 2010 dove season will be open from Sept. 1-15, and again from Nov. 13-Dec. 27, the Department of Fish and Game (DFG) announced.Thousands of Hunters Expected at Dove Season Opening

Thousands of Hunters Expected at Dove Season Opening

California's split 2010 dove season will be open from Sept. 1-15, and again from Nov. 13-Dec.

Ken White was ready to pull the trigger.This hunter has taken down a ton o' turkeys

This hunter has taken down a ton o' turkeys

Ken White was ready to pull the trigger.

Brent Frazee, McClatchy Newspapers

In one of the more profound ironies of three seasons of the Duck Trek, a stinker ended what was shaping up to be a classic North Dakota duck hunt.This Ending Stinks

This Ending Stinks

In one of the more profound ironies of three seasons of the Duck Trek, a stinker ended what

Steve Bowman, OutdoorChannel.com

After more than six years of discussions, rulings and much wringing of hands, the famed Johnny King whitetail buck was officially scored by the Boone and Crockett Club on Sept. 24.Third Tine Not A Charm

Third Tine Not A Charm

After more than six years of discussions, rulings and much wringing of hands, the famed Johnny

Steve Rogers, OutdoorChannel.com

Virginia lays claims to first in turkey hunting longevity in U.S.Third Time A Charm

Third Time A Charm

Virginia lays claims to first in turkey hunting longevity in U.S.

Trey Reid, OutdoorChannel.com

It must have been a woman who first said, The Well-Heeled Archer

The Well-Heeled Archer

It must have been a woman who first said, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." Clearly, the

David Hunter Jones, OutdoorChannel.com

At L'Anguille Lounge Duck Club in Arkansas, Pat Pitt calls the shots as he has for 20 years.THE Waterfowler — Pat Pitt

THE Waterfowler — Pat Pitt

At L'Anguille Lounge Duck Club in Arkansas, Pat Pitt calls the shots as he has for 20 years.

Steve Wright, OutdoorChannel.com

Back in 1915, firears designer Arthur Savage stood the shooting world on its nonfunctioning ear by introducing a cartridge that sped an 87-grain bullet on its way at the then galactic speed of 3000 fps. Called the .250/3000, it appeared in an era when the .30/30 was considered a red-hot round, and it marked the start of a craze from which we have not yet recovered. With every decade cartridges get bigger and muzzle velocities get higher. Maybe it's time to ask why.The Truth About High Velocity Hunting Bullets

The Truth About High Velocity Hunting Bullets

Back in 1915, firears designer Arthur Savage stood the shooting world on its nonfunctioning

By David E. Petzal, Field & Stream

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