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Are You Good Enough to Catch Striped Bass from the Surf?

The fall migration is about to begin—here's how to get in on the action

People lose jobs, break commitments, and fall off the grid in the dogged pursuit of striped bass. To them, absolutely nothing matters but the drive to catch a 50-pound…
Original author: Nick Honachefsky


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Are You Good Enough to Catch Striped Bass from the Surf?

The fall migration is about to begin—here's how to get in on the action

People lose jobs, break commitments, and fall off the grid in the dogged pursuit of striped bass. To them, absolutely nothing matters but the drive to catch a 50-pound…
Original author: Nick Honachefsky


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The Pros and Cons of 3 Types of Bow Cases

Cases to consider when traveling with your hunting compound

A bow case is one of the most overlooked pieces of gear for bowhunters. Don't make that mistake. Here's a primer on case options and the feature to look for in each.
Original author: Tony Hansen


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The Pros and Cons of 3 Types of Bow Cases

Cases to consider when traveling with your hunting compound

A bow case is one of the most overlooked pieces of gear for bowhunters. Don't make that mistake. Here's a primer on case options and the feature to look for in each.
Original author: Tony Hansen


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Mission SUB-1: True Sub-MOA Crossbow Performance?

Innovative design pushes limits for accuracy

The crossbow world keeps getting bigger. And more accurate.
Original author: Tony Hansen


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Mission SUB-1: True Sub-MOA Crossbow Performance?

Innovative design pushes limits for accuracy

The crossbow world keeps getting bigger. And more accurate.
Original author: Tony Hansen


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Offhand Shots: Going the Distance

Even the best preparations for an Alaska caribou hunt come up short

I prepared for this caribou hunt, knowing it would be hard. But I didn't expect to confront other hard truths.
Original author: Joe Arterburn


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Offhand Shots: Going the Distance

Even the best preparations for an Alaska caribou hunt come up short

I prepared for this caribou hunt, knowing it would be hard. But I didn't expect to confront other hard truths.
Original author: Joe Arterburn


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You Should Flyfish for Muskies—Here Are 3 Tips to Get You Started

Some call it fishing, we call it combat

Once fall rolls around, there's nothing I'd rather be doing than dragging giant flies past the faces of monster fish. But flyfishing for muskies isn't only about…
Original author: David Karczynski


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You Should Flyfish for Muskies—Here Are 3 Tips to Get You Started

Some call it fishing, we call it combat

Once fall rolls around, there's nothing I'd rather be doing than dragging giant flies past the faces of monster fish. But flyfishing for muskies isn't only about…
Original author: David Karczynski


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A Gentleman's Wager on Kodiak Island

A DIY hunt for Alaska's feral reindeer starts with strafing rain but ends with a buck for the ages

A hunt for caribou, blacktail, fox, and ducks on Kodiak Island quickly derails into a comedy of errors, but these hunters make the most of it by placing bets.
Original author: Andrew McKean


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A Gentleman's Wager on Kodiak Island

A DIY hunt for Alaska's feral reindeer starts with strafing rain but ends with a buck for the ages

A hunt for caribou, blacktail, fox, and ducks on Kodiak Island quickly derails into a comedy of errors, but these hunters make the most of it by placing bets.
Original author: Andrew McKean


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How to Hunt Puddle Divers This Duck Season

You don't need to be equipped for the big water to have a blast hunting ringbills

Success on these fast-flying divers starts with understanding their habitat preferences, then adjusting your setup accordingly.
Original author: Tom Carpenter


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3 Reasons Why Spooking a Buck Isn't Always a Bad Thing

Don't despair—scaring up a deer can actually be a very good thing

Spooking a buck doesn't necessarily mean game over. In fact, in some cases it means the game has really only just begun. You can pull out all the stops. Besides, what do…
Original author: chillman


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Best Photos from Bass Pro's Wonders of Wildlife Museum

An inside-look at this new museum and aquarium

The Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium at Bass Pro Shops’ flagship store in Springfield, Missouri is now open, and it is a celebration of fish and wildlife…
Original author: Brandon Butler


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3 Tips for Tapping Into Your Subconcious for Better Point Shooting

Instinctive shooting is a very useful defensive handgun skill

Point shooting is an incredibly effective handgun skill. But like any skill, you need to practice to develop it. Here's how to do it.
Original author: Bryce M. Towsley


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A Week-by-Week Guide to Hunting October Whitetails

Turn the transition season into your best season

Bowhunting for October whitetails can indeed be an exercise in frustraion. What it needs to be is an exercise in transition. Here's how to stay on deer all month long.
Original author: Tony Hansen


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5 Tips to Take More Mallards This Duck Season

How to shoot your limit when swarms of southbound greenheads finally arrive

When big northern greenheads start making their way south they show up in waves, bombing backwaters and picking through farm fields. And then they're gone. Here's how to…
Original author: Tom Carpenter


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6 Great Upland-Bird Hunts on Public Land

All you need is a license, a shotgun, and a sense of adventure

There’s something special about working cornrows for pheasants or joining friends in a stubble field for doves, but here are some equally wonderful examples of both…
Original author: Ben Long


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4 Ways to Keep Your Duck Dog in Beast Mode All Season Long

Take care of your best hunting buddy this season, and he'll take care of you and the ducks

In the excitement of the hunt, the finer points of training—like steadiness in the blind or refusing to retrieve to hand—often get overlooked. Here's how to keep your…
Original author: Alex Robinson


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