Category Archives: Hunting

Keep Your Plot Clean

One of the most common problems in food plots, especially perennials, is weed competition. Weeds rob your plot of essential nutrients, water, and root space. Given time and opportunity, weeds will quickly mature, produce seed, and overtake a well intended … Continue reading

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Camp Chef breaks mold of traditional patio grill with new Somerset series

HYDE PARK, Utah – For more than 20 years Camp Chef outdoor stoves have been known for power, versatility and portability at the campsite. Now cooks can enjoy the same benefits on their patio with the recently upgraded Somerset series. … Continue reading

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Ohio Town Thanks Bowhunters for Reduced Deer-car Accidents

With an 80-percent reduction in car/deer collisions, the town of Indian Hill, Ohio credits deer hunters.  HSUS and its whacked out schemes to spend money can’t hold a candle to these results.  More here…

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Don’t miss the chance to hunt wild turkey this spring

Missed the application period for a spring turkey license? Opportunities for licenses are still available. New this year, spring turkey hunters may purchase a Hunt 234 license, a statewide hunting license valid for all open areas except public lands in … Continue reading

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Buy any Redfield® Battlezone™ Riflescope, Get $45 Back

BEAVERTON, Ore. – Redfield® wants to help tactical rifle shooters hit their mark by offering a $45 rebate on all Battlezone™ riflescopes purchased between April 15 and June 30, 2014.

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New senior hunt/fish combo license gives resident seniors price break, refund

GW:  Now, I’d call this giving back.  Very cool. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is making it easier for Michigan seniors age 65 and older to get a price break on the hunt/fish combo license. The new senior hunt/fish … Continue reading

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DNR awards Wildlife Habitat Grants for projects around the state

The Department of Natural Resources today announced recipients of the 2014 Wildlife Habitat Grants. A total of $737,720 was awarded to various conservation and nonprofit organizations, units of government and landowners.   Examples of funded projects include planting native grasslands … Continue reading

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Michigan’s Feral Swine May Get Citizenship Protection

Representative Greg MacMaster’s has gone as far as to try and grant wild boar born in Michigan “citizenship”–HB 5432 would deem any swine born in Michigan or legally imported to Michigan as “native”, meaning that they could only be identified … Continue reading

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Parker Giving Away Concorde Crossbow To Lucky Facebook Fan In April

MINT SPRING, VA. Parker Bows, a manufacturer of high quality Compound bows, Crossbows and RED HOT brand Crossbow Accessories is giving away a Concorde Perfect Storm Package (includes the Concorde crossbow and all the crossbow accessories needed to start hunting) … Continue reading

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Is HSUS Bad for the Environment?

This from www.HumaneWatch.org… The US has 100 times more deer today than it did 100 years ago. That’s a good thing, whether you like wildlife watching or enjoy venison, but it has brought challenges, such as deer-car collisions, which damage … Continue reading

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