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The Rise of Female Hunters

August 23, 2016 0

Guiding Women to the Outdoors How women can contribute to the rise of female hunters By: Sydney Meeks   It’s exciting to see the recent rise of female hunters. According to the Census Bureau statistics, […]

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Predator Control: Hunting the Cunning Coyote

August 23, 2016 0

By April Rose Barton   For the past several years, deer hunting has consumed my mind. When I would think about going hunting, visions of a hot thermos of French Vanilla coffee, a bag full […]

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Larysa Switlyk- Larysa Unleashed

July 13, 2016 0

Fact: Pro Angler/Hunter Larysa Switlyk was afraid of guns, and had never touched one, until she was an adult. So it’s relatively hard to believe that after just a few years, she would have her […]

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March 29, 2016 0

By Whitney Tawney Moving to D.C. from Montana was a tough adjustment. Not only are there more people in the metro area than my entire state but our yard is the size of a postage […]


The 50-50 Bird Dog

March 29, 2016 0

by Gloria Esguerra Courser This is the story of a tail, a wagging tail, and the dog that came attached to it. Birdie Mae is a rescued Labrador who joined our family almost three years […]


Intro to Bow Hunting

March 28, 2016 0

by Stacy Sissney   Two words come to mind when I hear of someone starting to bow hunt – practice and safety. When I first started shooting a bow, I couldn’t wait to get in […]


DOG TALES: For The Love of Labs

March 17, 2016 0

by Chastity Crist When it comes to waterfowl hunting, dogs are not always on top of the list. It’s mostly decoys, calls and setups. But not for me. The reason I became a waterfowl hunter […]

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Spiders and Leaves and Snakes – OH MY!

March 6, 2016 0

Spiders and Leaves and Snakes – OH MY! Early Hunts and What Lurks in the Woods By: Ali Csinos       It’s that time of year again. Camo-clad hunters of all types are chomping […]

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