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Dusk settles over the deer camp deep in Minnesota's north woods. A couple of does hang from the meat pole. Woodsmoke rises from the stovepipe that angles from a white canvas tent. Stories

Tent Camp: Deer Hunters Find Comfort Under the Pines

Sam Cook, Duluth News Tribune

Dusk settles over the deer camp deep in Minnesota's north woods. A couple of does hang from...

Jake Maurer will surely remember Saturday October 15, 2011. The 17-year-old bowhunter from Bergen, New York took a massive 17-point buck on opening day of the 2011 archery season. Stories

Teen Takes 17-Point Buck in NY

by Marc Alberto, OutdoorLife.com

Jake Maurer will surely remember Saturday October 15, 2011. The 17-year-old bowhunter from...

Mired in what will undoubtedly be one of the worst droughts on record, white-tailed deer in Texas are facing tough conditions heading into the fall hunting season. Stories

Texas Deer Hunters Urged to Manage Herds During Drought

by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Mired in what will undoubtedly be one of the worst droughts on record, white-tailed deer in...

Brad Allen admitted a bit of a bittersweet feeling after winning his second world duck calling championship. More sweet than bitter, however. Stories

Taking Another Call

Steve Rogers, OutdoorChannel.com

Brad Allen admitted a bit of a bittersweet feeling after winning his second world duck calling...

All season you've waited for a shot at a trophy. When the opportunity presents itself, you fumble and put the arrow 5 feet over the deer's rack. Missing a buck in a critical situation is part of the game. We've all done it. The reason is simple: We're overlooking a few bowhunting fundamentals. Study these basic solutions and you'll be hauling headgear to the taxidermist instead of cursing another miss. Stories

Target Acquisition

By Todd Kuhn, Outdoor Life

All season you've waited for a shot at a trophy. When the opportunity presents itself, you...

On one of the final days of the special early season that the Feds give to waterfowlers every September, the truth was becoming painfully obvious as we sat and listened to the wind blow and blow in the first blushes of daylight. Stories

Teal We Meet Again

by Lynn Burkhead, OutdoorChannel.com

On one of the final days of the special early season that the Feds give to waterfowlers every...

Rock star, patriot, and Outdoor Channel's very own Ted Nugent will be the featured guest on NRA News with Cam Edwards each week! Stories

Ted Nugent To Be Featured Guest on NRA News Weekly

Rock star, patriot, and Outdoor Channel's very own Ted Nugent will be the featured guest on...

While the sex ratio of fawns at birth across a large region is roughly 50-50, research has identified factors which can skew this toward one sex or the other on a local basis. Stories

Using Advanced Doe Management Strategies to Manipulate Fawn Sex Ratios

Brian Murphy, QDMA

While the sex ratio of fawns at birth across a large region is roughly 50-50, research has...

Species including birds, deer and snakes are normally active this time of year but with water sources drying up many more animals are on the move and taking their young along as they search for resources. Stories

Yes that deer looks lonely, but leave it be, experts say

By Texas Parks and Wildlife

Species including birds, deer and snakes are normally active this time of year but with water...

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