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What’s in the Bag?
M. D. Johnson Blind bags are to waterfowl hunters as golf clubs are to Tiger Woods or Harley-Davidson motorcycles are
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Jigging Deep-water Walleyes
M. D. Johnson “This is impossible,” I told my wife, Julie, under my breath. She grinned. “What you going to do?”
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Winter Whitetails
Chad Schearer How do you consistently take big bucks? There are as many theories and techniques on how to take
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Umbrella Rig Stripers
David Hart Chesapeake Bay charter captains may have been the first anglers to figure out just how effective umbrella rigs
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Steps to a Trophy
Mark Kayser Do you want to kill a trophy whitetail?  If you have a hankering for a trophy buck, read on
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Simple is Sometimes Better
Tony Kinton Seems the rage among hunters today is bigger bucks and bulls. That is fine to an extent, but
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Common Sense Conservation
Christopher Renshaw One hundred years ago, conservation didn’t exist. There were actions that illustrated the protection of renewable natural resources
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Calling All Predators
Mark Kayser When choosing a predator call, don’t get hung up on brand name, but focus on the dining preferences
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Zen Turkey Hunting
M. D. Johnson Patience, persistence, and self-discipline are the three qualities that consistently successful turkey hunters all have. Patience means
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The Shad Zone
Peter B. Mathiesen Freshwater shad are arguably the most numerous of all baitfish in America. In many lakes the shad
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Go Big, Go Home
Mark Kayser Who doesn’t believe that some of the best hunting lies at the end of an arduous journey? I
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‘Big Catch’ for SMWIA Member Dwayne Stephens
USA Staff August 23rd was a lucky day for SMWIA Local 9 Business Manager and long-time angler Dwayne Stephens who won
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Bears and Moose on the Loose
Mark Kayser If I hadn’t been in on the initial planning of the hunt I would have thought we were
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Young Guns
Philip Bourjaily The predictions about the future of shooting and hunting are grim. Until recently, our efforts to recruit the
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November’s Big Bite
Larry Nixon Shorter days, cool temperatures and buck fever go a long ways toward calming many an avid angler’s desire
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Small-Property Pheasant Hunting
Mark Kayser As a native of South Dakota, the bona fide “Pheasant Capitol of America,” I know the reality of
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Ten Ways to Stay All Day
David Hart Staying on stand for 10 or 11 hours straight isn’t easy, especially when the deer just don’t seem
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The Roar
Lost at Sea The bugle of an elk will make the hair stand up on the back of your neck.
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Spoon Fed Bass
David Hart Bass tend to hold tight to cover throughout much of the year, but when the water temperature drops
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A Hunt Three Centuries in the Making
C.J. Davis   John Kemp of Edgefield, South Carolina is an interesting person in a town full of characters. Running
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