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Wild turkey hunting tips: preparing for your spring hunt

Pattern your shotgun now, and work ahead to avoid any unnecessary equipment or calling blunders when chasing gobblers

Safety tips for spring turkey hunters

Turkey hunting is a safe sport, but it's important to make safety an integral part of each hunt.

Remember all aspects of safety during this deer hunting season

Whether you're hunting via firearm, archery, or muzzleloader (in a treestand or ground blind) have a mental safety checklist whenever you head afield.

Archery hunting during the deer rut — bowhunting advice from an expert

Successful Pope and Young record holder offers advice on how to be successful at archery hunting during the rut.

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Fishing tips: make adjustments to get the most out of your fishing electronics

Learn how to set up your fishing electronics to become a more successful angler

Prevent spoilage by keeping fish cool this summer

From livewell to fillet table, properly handling freshwater gamefish can make or break your fish dinner.

Outdoor Steward: Outfitting your ATV for field work

Reaping the greatest benefit from your wooded land or other rural property requires employing good stewardship practices

Fishing tips: proper handling for fish catch and release

Having the proper tools and tackle will help you become more efficient and effective when practicing catch and release this open-water season.

Late-season tactics for spring gobblers

Sweat matted hair and a soaked hat, the silence of the woods only broken by the buzzing of flies signals the frustrations of the latter part of turkey season for so many

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Archive »Recent Hunting Posts

The 'Robin Hood' shot - great shooting or just dumb luck?

While shooting my bow in the backyard recently, I knocked one item off of my bucket list: shooting a "Robin Hood".

Tackling ticks

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Neighborhood foxes adjust to city living

Urban and rural residents must remember to keep wild animals wild by leaving them alone when encountered.

Clearing up misinformation about deer ticks, Lyme disease

Doctor shares little-known facts about ticks, Lyme disease borne of his experience

Hunting for hunting clothes: where women should spend and where they should save

With bow season roughly three months away, there is much to be done: from scouting, to hanging tree stands, to investing in the appropriate clothing.

In the market for a new shotgun

Decisions aplenty on an over-and-under 20

CWD found in Michigan deer herd

Chronic wasting disease, the dreaded and always-fatal neurological disease that affects deer, elk and moose, has been found in a white-tailed deer in central Michigan’s Ingham County.

Don't let poison ivy ruin your outdoor experiences

Whether hiking, fishing or doing yard work, watch your step, be smart

Summer target shooting season: Youth firearms tips

Plinking with the .22 is fun, builds basic firearms familiarity, and establishes safety rules for young shooters

Early waterfowl work: Going long with dog training drills

Working distance retrieves with your dog now will reap rewards when this fall’s duck and goose hunting seasons arrive

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Archive »Cooking

Sweet and Smokey Grilled Duck - Brine it in an apple juice bath and grill with a touch of hot sauce, it's time to pull that bird meat out of the freezer and get it on the grill.

Morel Mushrooms stuffed with a crab and cheese filling.

In the wild mushroom world, morels are king. Prized for their wonderful earthy flavor, they also offer a great excuse to head into the woods in spring.

Fajita Kabobs

Looking for a recipe that makes a tough cut of meat something worth savoring?

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Archive »Travel

Lake Shelbyville

Lake Shelbyville is certainly the center of central Illinois’ outdoors paradise. And the opportunities surrounding the massive area provide anglers, hunters, bikers, birdwatchers and everyone else a year-round playground.

The traveling hunter: Flying with firearms

Planning, preparation make a difference

Writer's treehouse stay doesn't disappoint

House built by Ohio couple near Mohican

Ontario unveils a few new fishing rules for 2014

No updates to OWI rules from last year

A bass’n plan: Head south for open water

The Great Lakes region offers fabulous bass fishing – except during the winter when the lakes are frozen and the seasons are closed.

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Outdoor Steward: Outfitting your ATV for field work

Reaping the greatest benefit from your wooded land or other rural property requires employing good stewardship practices

Flying high again: Boating industry unveils top models for 2015

New model boats keep the best, update the rest

2015 Boat Motors. Stylish, quieter and more fuel-efficient

Four strokes still coming on strong in outboard marketplace

Ice show season: Checking out innovations for hard water 2014-15

From tip-ups to headlamps to augers, some highlights from last weekend’s 22nd Annual St. Paul Ice Fishing and Winter Sports Show.

Holiday Gift Guide for the Naughty or Nice

After a season of hunting and fishing, the outdoor enthusiasts in your life are sure to know what gear needs replacing, upgrading, or retiring

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