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Compound Vs. Recurve Crossbows
By Babe Winkelman

Babe Winkelman notes: “One of the discussions that came up last time I was at deer camp was crossbows. And more specifically, whether hunters are better off with either a compound or recurve crossbow. I just sat back and observed, and it was really interesting listening to what the different guys had to say.”

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Nugent: Cravings Of The Predator Kind
By Ted Nugent

Ted Nugent says: “God knows I have maximized my tree time for 65 years so far, and yes, after prolonged vigils where no game is seen, boredom does indeed become a real threat, but if one dedicates oneself to truly appreciating such abundant blessings, boredom can't hold a candle to the buzz of nature and the ensuing stimuli that surrounds us in the lap of God. Say HALLELUJAH!”

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The Hard Truth About Calling Coyotes
By Gary Clancy

Our Hunting Expert Gary Clancy notes: “Just the other day, I was having breakfast with one of my summer golfing buddies and he was asking me what I was going to do for fun when bow season closed at the end of the year. "I'll hunt squirrels, rabbits and coyotes," I quickly answered. "Can I go with you when you call coyotes?" he asked. "It would really be cool to shoot a couple." I just started laughing.”

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Missouri's Squaw Creek Refuge: A Home For Hard-Core Hunters
By Joel M. Vance

Labrador retrievers sprawl on the floor, football game natters on the television in the background. Hunters sprawl, also tired. Only difference between them and the dogs is that the hunters didn't spend the day swimming in icy water or lying uncomfortably on the splintery deck boards of a duck blind. It was in Northwest Missouri, near 7,000-acre Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge. Where else can you find 400,000 light geese cheek to beak ... .

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Winter Squirrel Hunting
By Gary Clancy

Not many people hunt squirrels during the winter months, Guide Outdoors Hunting Expert Gary Clancy says. “Maybe that is why I like it. But in addition to the lack of competition from other hunters, there are other reasons why I enjoy squirrel hunting during the winter months.”

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