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  • California's Big Valley
    Story : Posted 11-13-2011

    California's Big Valley

    Three mallards were giving Mike Reynolds fits. His cheeks were blown out in bubbles on each side of his round face and his forehead was getting redder as he put monumental effort into blowing the right series of notes to entice these feathered fiends out of the air.

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  • Pin the Tail on the Butte Sink
    Story : Posted 11-13-2011

    Pin the Tail on the Butte Sink

    Lying on the floor of the blind were 13 ducks: six mallards, three widgeons, two spoon bills and two ring necks. We were one shy of the two limits needed for the blind, and we had one glaring omission for a day's hunt in Northern California -- a pintail.

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  • Major Deer States: 2011 Whitetail Status Report
    Story : Posted 10-31-2011

    Major Deer States: 2011 Whitetail Status Report

    What is the current and short-term status of whitetail populations in major deer states? That's the question we wanted to answer, partly in light of a recent media report that whitetail populations are supposedly in for a national crash.

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  • Sometimes You've Just Got To Hunt!
    Story : Posted 10-31-2011

    Sometimes You've Just Got To Hunt!

    With deer hunting, you're not always going to face an ideal situation. In fact, it's more likely that you will encounter the exact opposite hunting conditions that you need on any given hunt.

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  • Teen Takes 17-Point Buck in NY
    Story : Posted 10-31-2011

    Teen Takes 17-Point Buck in NY

    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.

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  • Deer Myths
    Story : Posted 10-30-2011

    Deer Myths

    Deer hunting has gone through a lot of changes since the first tenderloin was roasted by the first redneck Bubba sitting around a campfire in his loincloth, but there are some things that seem to stay the same. This sport, more than any other hunting sport, is filled with myths.

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  • Just Sitting on a Stand
    Story : Posted 10-30-2011

    Just Sitting on a Stand

    Sitting on a deer stand to a non-deer hunting individual does not sound like much. Some might even consider the act as appealing as sitting in a dentist's waiting room. But for someone looking forward to the hunting season it can be a special thing.

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  • Marsh Madness
    Story : Posted 10-28-2011

    Marsh Madness

    The wait for shooting time was pure agony. A mix of green-winged teal and gadwalls constantly buzzed the decoys, the rush of air over their wings piercing the still and quiet of the marsh. But agony is a natural part of duck hunting.

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  • Land of 10,000 Lakes
    Story : Posted 10-27-2011

    Land of 10,000 Lakes

    The one we are hunting this day shall remain nameless, for obvious reasons to any duck hunter. You just don't give away your duck hunting spots on the Internet, no matter how many lakes are scattered through this Mississippi Flyway state.

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  • Crossbows Caught in the Crossfire
    Story : Posted 10-25-2011

    Crossbows Caught in the Crossfire

    We as hunters do a disservice to the crossbow by making it appear so easy that the guy who simply wants to hunt picks up one because he's all about the function, rather than the form.

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