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December Regional Travel — Celebrate the Season in the Southwest
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The Southwest welcomes the holiday season with candlelight celebrations and novel ways to welcome St. Nick. During the holidays, southern Arizona lights up with luminarias and centuries-old festivals. See Light in the Valley of the Sun Taking up 140 acres in the heart of Phoenix, the Desert Botanical Garden serves as a home to more than 50,000 plan
It’s Guest Bowhunter Time To Deerhunt: Emily And Colt
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Our Deer Lease is for bowhunters only and all members are allowed to have one guest at any time to come and bowhunt the member’s stands. This year, long time members John Askew and myself invited his daughter Emily and her husband Colt to join us bowhunting deer. While members can hunt and tag bucks that is not the case for guests, they are limited
Tell Camping World Your RV Story
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We want to hear the unique way you RV. Tell us about your rig, your camping style, and what you love about the RV life. Click to view slideshow.var gform;gform||(document.addEventListener("gform_main_scripts_loaded",function(){gform.scriptsLoaded=!0}),window.addEventListener("DOMContentLoaded",function(){gform.domLoaded=!0}),gform={domLoaded:!1,scr
Hunting Big Bucks – Deer Hunt with Ike and Guy Eastman
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Hunt mule deer with Ike and Guy Eastman during an October snowstorm. The guys are hunting in prime big buck habitat; open sagebrush country and aspen pockets. The weather should get deer up and moving out of the deep cover on this web episode of Eastmans’ Hunting TV. The post Hunting Big Bucks – Deer Hunt with Ike and Guy Eastman appeared first on
Camping World’s Guide to RVing North Cascades National Park
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North Cascades National Park, located in Northern Washington, is where the crowds are few, but the adventures are abundant. Steep, gray, snow-capped mountain terrain expands for hundreds of miles, and the park is just 2.5 hours from Seattle.   Sometimes known as the “American Alps,” the North Cascades are surrounded by vast pine forests, vivid glac
New G-Tech Heated Hand Warmer Pouches Offer Hunters Improved Features for Warmer Hands
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Hunters can venture out into frigid weather knowing their hands will be warm and nimble thanks to the new G-Tech Heated Hand Warmer Pouch Stealth x Realtree 3.0. G-Tech. This new, upgraded model features 3M polyfill heat-capture material and a waterproof zipper, as well as an upgraded battery and charger, for superior performance when temperatures
CMP College Feature: Wofford College
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In order to increase awareness of the sport and to provide insight to juniors looking to continue their marksmanship careers into college and beyond, the CMP periodically highlights some of the nation’s current collegiate rifle programs. Stay tuned this week as we feature the coach and athletes of the Wofford College Rifle Team! Q&A with Athletes a
Wildland Coffee
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There really is nothing better than a steaming cup of coffee on a chilly morning. Whether you are waking up from an overnight at the campground or you are arriving in the dark wee hours of the morning before a hunt, a cup of coffee provides a tangible “you’ve got this” that nothing else can.  Wildland Coffee knows this as well as anyone. Wildland o
Back In The Deer Woods Pt #2
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My buddies Robbie Cramer and Richey Hayes met me at the house and we walked back to the area where I hunted this morning. “I see your arrow!” Robbie Cramer said as he picked it up and noticed blood on it. Red spatters led us east to a high spot on the gluch. Then the trail switched to the north and went downhill. Robbie and Richey took the lead. Th
Back In The Deer Woods
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My apple watch alarm woke and I took a shower, got on the hunting clothes, made sure I had my hunting license (this year it’s a digital one that’s on my iPhone), wiped some streaks of black Carbomask on my face and got my rangefinder. Then I checked the Moultrie Mobile app on my MAC laptop to see if deer were out already where I wanted to hunt this
How to Save Money for Outdoor Adventures (Or Your Hunting Adventures)
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According to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the spending of hunters in the U.S. generates over $185 million per day for the economy. With expenses for things like licenses, firearms, ammunition, archery equipment, decoys, optics, travel, and lodging, hunting adventures can cost a lot of money. Indeed, various kinds of outdoor adventures,
Camping World’s Guide to RVing Sequoia National Park
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Sequoia National Park covers an expansive 1,300 square miles and is home to Mount Whitney, the tallest peak in the lower 48 of the United States. With roaring mountain rivers, granite peaks, an extensive backcountry, and signature Giant Sequoia trees, Sequoia National Park brings in over one-million annual visitors to experience its beauty.  If you
DSC Names 2023 Bull Elephant Award Winner
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The DSC Bull Elephant Award will be presented to U.S. Rep Bruce Westerman at the 2023 DSC Annual Convention. The Bull Elephant Award is given to legislators at both the national or state levels who have continually supported legislation and efforts that coincide with DSC’s mission. U.S. Rep. Bruce Westerman is a Hot Springs native currently serving
Pope and Young Thanksgiving Convention Promotion
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Sign Up Now and Get $100 to Use in Reno! Pope and Young, America’s leading bowhunting conservation organization, is excited to announce a Thanksgiving Special for those avid bowhunters who are wanting to attend their 33rd Biennial Convention, April 12-15, 2023, in Reno, NV at the Nugget Casino and Resort. Starting on Wednesday, November 23rd and ru
Tribes Need Congress To Pass Wildlife Bill Now
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Tribal Fish & Wildlife Leaders Visit DC to Urge Congress to Invest in Tribal Conservation through Passage of the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act Leaders in Tribal fish and wildlife management visited the Capitol last week to meet with Congress about the importance of Recovering America’s Wildlife Act for Tribal Nations. If passed, the bipartisan
The Importance of a Reliable Graph Mount
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Exceptional Trophy Graph Mounts for Every Tournament Angler  As a tournament angler, it is very important to have reliable gear and equipment while on and off the water. A ton of time gets dedicated to preparing, traveling to, and practicing for a tournament. It is very inconvenient to have a problem while performing any of these measures or even i
TrueTimber® Camo Options Available on New Nukem Hunting Grab & Go Hunting Blind XL
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TrueTimber, the world’s best-selling camo, is now available on the all-new Nukem Hunting Grab & Go Hunting Blind XL. The new, larger blind features and increased overall length and height offering hunters more concealment, the option to hunt out of a chair and even the ability to conceal two hunters. All Nukem Grab & Go Hunting Blinds are lightweig
DNR Research Scientist Named Fisheries Biologist Of The Year
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MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is pleased to announce that Coldwater Fisheries Research Scientist, Dr. Matthew Mitro, was awarded Fisheries Biologist of the Year by the Midwest Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (MAFWA) at their annual meeting earlier this year. This award is given to an individual who ha