Posts Tagged ‘Hunting’

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Put your knife knowledge to the test

Fancy yourself a knife expert? Or just curious about knives? Either way, put your knife knowledge to the test in this quiz!

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August 2017 Solunar Calendar

The August 2017 Solunar Calendar is available now! Find out when fish and game are most likely to be active this month.

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The new kit in town

On the weekend, I sold five firearms – and, believe me, it was painful. It was for good reason, however; you see I wasn’t using them as much as I used to. I used the money from the sale to buy a top-of-the line pre-charged pneumatic air rifle.

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Lyme disease: prevention and early detection

Lyme disease is most treatable during Stage 1. A delay makes treatment and diagnosis more difficult. Symptoms worsen during each stage of infection, ranging from flu-like symptoms to neurological illnesses…

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Personal accounts of Lyme disease

Take it from these survivors personal accounts of Lyme disease, you don’t want to be dealing with this affliction. Walter Brown has a pretty good idea…

July 2017 solunar
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July 2017 Solunar Calendar

Check the July 2017 solunar calendar to get the dates when fish and wildlife are most likely to be active.

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Of desperation and luck

I’m not the kind of outdoorsman who plans on luck, but I have hunted and fished for long enough to know that if you don’t have any, you are well…out of luck.

DIY ground blind
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How-to: DIY ground blind

Often, a ground blind is a hunter’s best option. Unfortunately, commercial models aren’t necessarily suited to longer compound or traditional bows. Luckily, making an inexpensive, lightweight blind is easy.

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Moment of hunting reverence

Taking an animal’s life is no small thing. It is an act as irreversible as it is absolute… How can you not show reverence?