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  • July 28, 2014

    Bowhunting Prep: Why You Really Only Need One Fixed Pin-0

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    Many of today's sights give bowhunters the ability to extend their range to distances that were unimaginable 15 years ago. But, according to the Pope & Young Record Books, 20 yards is still the average distance from which a whitetail buck is killed. When the buck you've been watching all summer walks by, deciding which pin to use should be the last thing on your mind.

    Archery expert Larry Wise explains how to make one sight pin work for you at multiple yardages during that moment of truth.

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  • July 28, 2014

    Bow Test 2014: OL Ranks and Reviews 9 New Crossbows-0

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    Photo by Nick Ferrari

    While none of them will admit it, manufacturers of hunting compound bows and crossbows are constantly at war with one another, keeping tabs as best as they can on who’s doing what. After all, the spoils of this war are the cash-laden bowhunters they can recruit—or convert—to their brand.

    Of course, established brands hold several advantages over newcomers. Typically, the industry behemoths have bigger budgets and star-studded pro staffs, and they employ the most capable engineering minds in the industry.

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  • July 25, 2014

    Video: How to Start a Fire with Flint and Steel-0

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    Once you've got your tinder bundle constructed and your char cloth ready, you're ready to start a fire with flint and steel. The key is to position yourself properly so you can use the breeze to your advantage. Check out this video and watch your whiskers. 

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  • July 24, 2014

    Bow Test 2014: OL Ranks and Reviews 10 New Compounds-0

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    Photo by Nick Ferrari

    While none of them will admit it, manufacturers of hunting compound bows and crossbows are constantly at war with one another, keeping tabs as best as they can on who’s doing what. After all, the spoils of this war are the cash-laden bowhunters they can recruit—or convert—to their brand.

    Of course, established brands hold several advantages over newcomers. Typically, the industry behemoths have bigger budgets and star-studded pro staffs, and they employ the most capable engineering minds in the industry.

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  • July 22, 2014

    Black Bear Hunting: 4 Tactics for Uncut Cornfields -0

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    Photo by: Donald M. Jones

    It’s hardly a secret that black bears are drawn to uncut cornfields like moths to a flame, but how do you hunt fall bruins in such a setting? The first step is to understand why corn is so tantalizing to bruins. The tall plants provide not only food, but cover, too, especially in areas of heavy human pressure. Here are four killer strategies to utilize if you suspect that a black bear is raiding a large cornfield.

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  • July 21, 2014

    Bowhunting Prep: Broadheads vs. Field Points-0

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    With many of today's broadheads claiming field point accuracy, some hunters make the switch from the field points to broadheads without sighting in their bow for their hunting tips. But, this is a big mistake. 

    Archery expert Larry Wise demonstrates the importance of shooting and sighting in for your broadheads before the season starts.

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  • July 17, 2014

    Win a World-Class Elk Hunt-0

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    This fall, Outdoor Life will send two readers on the elk hunt of a lifetime, for a trophy bull and a cow on New Mexico’s legendary Vermejo Park Ranch. This is no ordinary property. Owned by Ted Turner, the 584,000-acre Vermejo is managed for wildlife, especially trophy bull elk.

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  • July 16, 2014

    Grand Slam New Mexico: Win a Trophy Elk Hunt for Two-0

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    Who taught you to hunt? Was it a parent or a grandparent? Maybe it was an older sibling or a close family friend.

    Most of us were lucky enough to learn the outdoors from a mentor who spent countless hours coaching us in the field. To celebrate that tradition of sharing experience and know-how with new generations of hunters, Outdoor Life created its latest Grand Slam Adventure.

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    If you’ve got a mentor in mind, or you’re teaching a beginning hunter yourself, OL wants to send you on the hunt of a lifetime. All you have to do is tell us how you introduced a hunter to the sport, or tell us who trained you. If your essay is selected, you and your hunting partner will win a trip to New Mexico for a trophy elk hunt this November.

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  • July 16, 2014

    Five Tips For Hunting With a GoPro Camera-0

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    Last spring I had a chance to hunt turkeys in Nebraska with Cabela's, Camp Chef, and GoPro (this was a joint adventure with some of the Field & Streamers). I'd hunted and fished with GoPro cameras before, but this trip was the first time I receieved a tutorial on how to most effectively shoot with the little guys (we were using the Hero 3+). 

    But before we get into shooting tips, here's a quick video from our hunt, shot and edited in signature GoPro-style (the footage was recorded by GoPro's Damon Jones, Field & Stream's Dave Hurteau, and myself).

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  • July 15, 2014

    Bowhunting for Elk: Focus on the Cows-0

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    Photo by: Mark Raycroft

    Savvy bowhunters know that in order to score early, they need to decipher what they are witnessing when glassing elk from afar. Like other ungulates, bull elk form bachelor groups and summer together in areas that provide ample feed as they bulk up for the rut and the winter ahead. And like their whitetail cousins, elk will often feed and lounge in full view of large meadows and open slopes. But getting within bow range of a bachelor herd is almost unheard of. However, if you can find a herd of late-summer cows and calves, there’s a good chance a bull is camped nearby. 

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