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  • The Right to Call Them 'Our Deer'
    Story : Posted 01-01-2015

    The Right to Call Them 'Our Deer'

    Talk to any passionate deer hunter and you will hear them say “my deer” or “our deer” pretty frequently. This isn't when referring to deer that they have harvested or deer raised in a pen; this is commonly used in discussions about local herds roaming their property.

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  • A November to Remember
    Story : Posted 12-31-2014

    A November to Remember

    We named it “Grand Central Station” back in 1985 when we first hunted there. In the fall, deer often move through this area all day long as there are large tracts of woods on the east, west and the north, with the necks of the crop fields all coming together in an old fencerow.

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  • New Year's Black Eyed Pea (Recipe)
    Recipe : Posted 12-31-2014

    New Year's Black Eyed Pea (Recipe)

    This dish is sure to bring Good Luck and Prosperity (and everybody could use that) for the coming year.

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  • The Great 'Bait' Debate
    Story : Posted 12-31-2014

    The Great 'Bait' Debate

    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.

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  • Poaching Penalties
    Story : Posted 12-31-2014

    Poaching Penalties

    When following various game warden websites, including our own recently established "Oklahoma Department of Wildlife - Game Wardens," one only needs to briefly scan and you're made aware of just how bad poaching problems can be.

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  • New Year, New Opportunities
    Story : Posted 12-30-2014

    New Year, New Opportunities

    The stretch between Christmas and New Year's Day can be a time to relax, reflect and make resolutions for the year ahead.

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  • How to Rig a Packhorse
    Story : Posted 12-29-2014

    How to Rig a Packhorse

    For a hunter, there's an incomparable thrill in riding a horse into elk country. It's the classic image of the ultimate sporting adventure.

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  • Mid-winter Great Time for 'Wabbits'
    Story : Posted 12-23-2014

    Mid-winter Great Time for 'Wabbits'

    Outdoors enthusiasts of a certain age well remember their grandfathers extolling the virtues of fried rabbit, declaring it superior to filet mignon and better than any restaurant meal you could buy.

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  • Monster Muley Possible P&Y New World's Record
    Story : Posted 12-23-2014

    Monster Muley Possible P&Y New World's Record

    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.

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  • Glued To The Spot
    Story : Posted 12-23-2014

    Glued To The Spot

    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.

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