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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
Video: Cheyenne’s Late-Season Cow Elk Hunt
A 15-year-old's fast hunt for fresh venison
Need Some Help Finding Your Deer? Call In a Deer Tracking Dog
A little canine assistance can make or break a hunt
3 Ways to Track Animals in Tough Terrain
That includes prey, predators, or even humans
5 Clues for Tracking Wild Animals Besides Tracks
Look for these traces instead of just hoof or paw prints in the dirt
How to Find Every Turkey You Shoot
Tracking a wounded gobbler is never easy—but it can be done with these 4 tips
How to Track Deer: Fresh Tracks in the Big Woods
Follow along as tracking masters take down three mature bucks in the snowy, remote timber of northern New England
9 Essential Items to Make Your Own Deer-Retrieval Kit
Not every blood trail ends with success, but the items in this simple kit will improve your recovery odds.
Shut Up and Run: Your New Strategy for Hunting Trophy Bull Elk this Season
If you are among the many who apply for out-of-state big-game tags, you know there have been many important deadlines...
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...