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Jul 29, 2017

You most probably have seen the video.  You know, the one with the bluetooth trackable nock? The invention featured in this video leaves you saying "Why didn't I think of that"? Brandon Bates, the arena voice of the Professional Bull Riders and host of RMEF Team Elk on the Outdoor Channel, is also co-owner...


Jul 22, 2017

John Eberhart, a Michigan resident, has been hunting the Michigan deer woods for 53 years. He has 30 bucks in the Michigan record books that John says were taken from 19 different properties in 10 different counties.  John prefers the public land hunts and the door knocking method to hunt on new pieces of land that...


Jul 15, 2017

The deer drag of a tracker can last for hours. Trackers venture deep into the big woods, on the trail of a mature buck, wherever the track may roam.  By necessity, trackers become some of the most skilled navigational woodsmen on the planet. The ones that don't become skilled with a compass and TOPO map, never came...


Jul 8, 2017

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If you wanted to test out a new kind of face paint that doesn't crack under pressure, meaning is doesn't run or disappear when faced with a severe perspiration situation, where would you go to test it?   For Brian Hardy, Florida was the ideal testing ground because first, it is the...


Jul 1, 2017

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Adam Hays III says that to kill a 200" buck, you must surgically remove them from the face of the earth.  This means planning, lots of planning. The first step is to actually hunt where a big deer lives. It's a simple strategy, but an essential one. Step two through the kill shot is a...