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Giants Of The Industry: Quaker Boy Game Calls

Quaker Boy makes our giants list not for the size of the company as much as for the number of innovations and the legendary status of the original owner and founder Dick Kirby. Dick along with his wife Beverly came up with the idea to start making turkey calls in 1974 and never looked back. Starting  the call making process …

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The Numbers of Michigan’s Wolf Hunt

The Michigan wolf hunt has been a major talking point for hunters and non-hunters alike. Emotions are running high on both sides of the field but emotions don’t dictate fact and reason. I’ll start off by saying the hunt runs $100 for the license for a resident which is insane when it comes to resident licenses. The hunt is also …

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Gander Mountain offers chance to hunt with Brett Keisel

When he’s not terrorizing opposing quarterbacks on the football field, Brett Keisel can often be found enjoying the abundant outdoors. Thanks to Gander Mountain, two lucky fans will get a chance to join Keisel on a guided pheasant hunt in Western Pennsylvania. Official entry forms for the 2013 “Brett Keisel’s Outdoor Adventure” Sweepstakes are now available at six Gander Mountain …

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Yamaha Outdoors Tips – Public Land Waterfowling

By Bob Humphrey Public land waterfowling can be a nightmare or a pleasure. Much depends on how you and other hunters behave. There’s not much you can do about others, but if you follow a few guidelines of common sense and common courtesy, your neighbors might be more inclined to do so as well. Then everyone can have a more …

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Scent Killer® Gold® Spray Quart Combo

Scent Killer® Gold® is the hottest new scent elimination spray on the market and Wildlife Research Center, inc. is meeting the incredible demand with the new bigger size, Quart Combo. Scent Killer® Gold® Spray – with Hunt Dry® Technology, is the Ultra-Premium Scent Elimination spray that is formulated for maximum effectiveness after it dries, so you don’t have to hunt …

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This Pure Michigan Hunt winner could be you – apply today for the hunt of a lifetime

Brad Belcher, one of the 2012 Pure Michigan Hunt winners, had a “bang up time” hunting opening morning at the St. Clair Flats Managed Waterfowl Hunt Area. Belcher took his son along on the coveted southern zone opener. John Darling and Harold Huber, local DNR staffers, gave a tour of the area, put the Belchers up for the night and …

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Reserved managed waterfowl area hunt applications on sale through Aug. 28

Applications for reserved waterfowl hunts on managed waterfowl hunting areas are on sale now through Tuesday, Aug. 28, the Department of Natural Resources reminded hunters today. Managed waterfowl areas are Michigan’s wetland wonders, and the DNR encourages hunters to explore them by applying for reserved morning and afternoon hunts during the opening weekend of the waterfowl hunting season at Fish …

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Jobs for the Outdoorsman: Professional Angler

Originally Posted Jan 6, 2011 Perhaps the most coveted job pertaining to the outdoors is professional fishing. Professional anglers are people who have put in the time and effort to understand the aquatic ecosystem, they have also taken the time to learn how to use that same ecosystem to catch fish. It is this level of understanding that allows professional …

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Moving Forward in 2012

With the closing of 2011 comes another chapter to be written for 2012. We have already been hard at work signing deals and forging relationships to bring you more content that is relevant to your outdoor life. 2012 New Years Resolutions We are hoping to bring more content to the site than we have before, though with over 100 articles …

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Bassmaster To Ban Multi-Lure Presentations

Bassmaster announced today that they will be banning multi-lure presentations during Elite Series events and during the Bassmaster Classic events. The rule change will go into effect on February 1st, making it effective for this year’s Classic. It is no doubt that this rule change is coming out of Paul Elias using the Alabama rig to win an event back …

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