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Are You Getting Bad Blood Trails with the 6.5 Creedmoor? This Is Why
The 6.5 Creed offers plenty of advantages for deer hunters, but it’s still puzzling lots of hunters who are making lethal shots on deer—and not recovering them
Should You Really Wait 30 Minutes Before Blood Trailing a Deer? Not Always
Hunters have been taught to wait before approaching a wounded animal, but that's not always the smartest play
Bowhunting Skills: A Refresher on Blood Trailing Wounded Deer
Blood-trailing a marginally hit deer is an iffy proposition. If the blood trail is sparse and peters out after 100...
Respecting the Animal: Where Do You Draw the Line on Photos from a Hunt?
An Instagram photo sparks a debate
The 6 Biggest Myths About Hunting, Killing, and Eating Big Boars
Don't believe these common misconceptions—go hog wild
How to Clean Blood Out of Predator and Furbearer Pelts
With the onset of winter, it’s officially fur season now, and I hope skinning sheds everywhere are filling up. Whether...
A Hunter’s Hard Choice to Follow a Blood Trail, or to Wait, and the Consequences
A decision. One is made during every blood trail a hunter takes up. To carry on? To stop? To veer...
Whitetail Deer: 3 Tips For Dealing With A Lost Deer
He bounded off about 20 yards, stopped, and looked over his shoulder at me. The buck was 6.5 years old,...
Use a Stride Stick to Track Wounded Deer
Miss the vital area and a deer will bolt—but it won’t drop. Instead, it will often slow to a walking...
Need Some Help Finding Your Deer? Call In a Deer Tracking Dog
A little canine assistance can make or break a hunt