The Lessons I Learned From Deer Hunting Posted By : Gabriel Adams -

January 21st, 2007

I have been going deer hunting since I was eight years old. I used to hunt in a stand with my mom or my step dad, but once I was old enough to hunt alone, I did. We had a deer lease near San Marcos, Texas when I was growing up and I used to love going deer hunting every season. The first few years when we went to the deer lease you might see about four or five deer total for an entire weekend. However using feeders for the first few years, we started to see about four…

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Whitetail Deer

January 21st, 2007

Whitetail deer have a reddish brown coat in spring and summer; brownish gray in fall and winter. Whitetail…

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Looking For A 28 Gauge Shotgun Posted By : Jim Kesel -

January 21st, 2007

I am still looking for a good affordable 28 gauge shotgun that can be used for sporting clays and quail hunting. I have looked at all the options, especially the brownings. I can purchase them at about wholesale cost. This week while teaching a course called instinctive shooting, a client showed up with a Ruger Red Label 28 gauge with .410 tubes. After the class I asked the client if I could shoot a round of skeet with his firearm and quickly ran the field with a new box of W…

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Hunting Knife Overview Selecting the Right Model Posted By : Richard Davis

January 21st, 2007

Almost every hunter and outdoorsman needs a knife to handle tasks while out in the woods. These tasks include everything from knives used for cutting twine, field dressing and even cutting down small trees.

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Grizzly Bear Hunting Moratoriums in Canada Posted By : Marshall Krueger

January 21st, 2007

In March of 2006, the government of Alberta imposed a ban on the hunting of grizzly bears for sport. The move showed a considerable lack of reaction when compared to a similar ban by British Columbia in 2001, and indeed a comparison of the actions in the two provinces sheds a lot of light on the ridiculousness of the whole scenario surrounding the decision in British Columbia.

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Limousine Treasure Hunt a Corporate Team-Building Event Worth Cherishing in Oxfordshire Posted By : Greg Birbeck

January 21st, 2007

Limousine treasure hunt is a magnificent corporate team-building event that makes you feel elated after tired monotonous days of constant work pressure. With the cool ambience of Oxfordshire laced with hints of pleasant rain, this corporate event evokes wonderful feelings of fun, interaction and imbues a team building spirit amidst all. In this hilarious activity, you can actually laugh together, enjoy together and know your colleagues better.

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New 2006 Deer Regulations Frequently Asked Questions

January 21st, 2007

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Selecting Good Archery Arrows Posted By : Scott Byers

January 21st, 2007

The arrow is the single most important piece of archery equipment, followed by the bow. Without good archery arrows your aim will always be off, no matter how accurate you can shoot.

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Deer Carcass Disposal

January 21st, 2007

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Choosing the Right Weapon for Elk and Deer Hunting Posted By : Allweb

January 21st, 2007

Choosing the right rifle is essential for a successful game hunt. This article will discuss what you should look for when picking out the right hunting rifle for you.

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