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A quiet bow is a deadly bow, because no matter how fast an arrow is delivered from your bow, it can’t prevent a spooky buck from “jumping the string.” So before you head to the woods, take a lose look at your bow, and learn if it needs to be “tuned” to the sounds Read More…

All outdoorsmen should wear snake boots in areas where rattlesnakes, moccasins and copperheads abound. This is especially true early in the hunting seasons when venoumous snakes are on the prowl, and may be lurking in many of the most tangled and thick-cover areas where game is found. Years ago Read More…

Hunting is a close-quarters game, and when a giant buck is just mere yards away, nothing can go amiss or your chances for success are doomed. One thing many even good outdoorsmen overlook is wearing leather goods while hunting. Here’s a short video on why leather-made products are a poor Read More…

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Now that the first of many fall rains have finally spread across Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, through Mississippi and on east, deer hunters are fretting over the damage to wildlife food plots from too much water. This is a natural consequence of Mother Nature playing with us again. Here in Read More…

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Reading and studying new information and thoughts on prepping and survival preparedness recently, I came across an old term re-interjected into the discussion. If you stop to think about it, isn’t being self-reliant really what all this boils down to? It simply means being able and willing to take Read More…

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By now, we have all heard the dire warnings and seen the memes about honeybees dying off. They’re all going to kick the (honey) bucket and then we remaining earthlings will die a miserable death without the bees’ pollination services. Except, that’s not true. I repeat: There is no Read More…