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If the whitetail rut is the deer hunter’s Super Bowl, then lockdown is the closest thing there is to a halftime show. Some really exciting things have just happened and you know there’s a lot of action to come, but at this very moment you’re stuck in your seat wishing for something more.
Lockdown is one of those widely used labels within the whitetail hunting community that’s only halfway understood. It’s a perfect example of the kind of insider...
Amidst many a marital squabble, my wife has reminded me that “perception is reality.” I still don’t know what the hell that means in the context of my marriage, but when it comes to deer hunting, I’ve got it pegged. It means that the October lull is in fact real, despite research showing that buck movement steadily increases throughout the month.
This has led many to claim that the mid-October dip in buck sightings is a myth. But they’re wrong...
As more women and girls take an interest in hunting, blaze pink has become more widely accepted as a legal alternative to blaze orange. Though more states are legalizing this substitute, hunters are sharing mixed reactions.
When Washington recently became the tenth state to add blaze pink, the bill unanimously sailed into law with the fish and wildlife department’s support. It probably helped that the hunter who introduced the bill, Sen. Lynda...