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Ancient Spot of Falconry

Fall and Winter, brings about many changes; cooler temperatures, leaves turning colors, and hunting. It is when the leaves start to change and that air is cool and crisp with the hint of the first frost that I not only start to spend more time in my treestand chasing after America’s most sought after big game species, […]

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The Necessitates of Hunting Land

Many people are lucky in owning their own property to hunt, but for some (like me) who are currently looking for quality hunting land, it can be frustrating and difficult to locate exactly what I want. There are three prime ingredients when it comes to finding quality hunting land that will keep and hold wildlife. […]

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The Family Vacation

Growing up I was very fortunate to be able to take family vacations every year. We would all pile in the car and head to various places throughout the United States and sometimes even into Canada. Being able to see so much of this great country has helped me appreciate not only the places I’ve […]

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Sharing My Passion

Sharing my passion with others regarding hunting and wildlife is an opportunity for me to get others involved with the outdoors. It seems that the youth these days are disconnected from nature, spending much of their time on their electronic devices. Adults can be just as bad, and they set an example for their children. […]

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Bee Keeping

A couple of years ago I received a phone call from my father. He asked me if I would start a new hobby with him. With out asking what it was I said yes. Then I asked what is it we are getting into, he said bee keeping. Ever since then it has been a adventure. […]

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THE CARCASS CAM 2.0

This is the second in a series of trail cameras posts we call The Carcass Cam, it will feature pictures from some of our best trail cam contributors, including Jamie Vee with his USA Trail Cams and our own Dan Gorman.

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Pre-Rut Bucks… it’s that time of year

If you’re like me, your still out in the deer woods. All the pre-season scouting, stand placements, food plots planted, shooting lanes cut and dreams of tagging that 170” buck you had on trail-cams have faded. Not gone away but faded. Well…lucky for all of us it’s time for the Pre-Rut Bucks to kick in! […]

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Dreaming of the Mountains

Ever since I was a young boy I had the infatuation with the mountains . It seams like those lonely place high up in the mountains where few people have ever been call to me. When I was in second grade I wrote a short story for an assignment and it was titled “Zachary Johnson” […]

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New Farm and Meeting the Great 8

We got a chance to lease a farm in our area. This is my first time of leasing ground to hunt on but I can read the writing on the wall that if you want a good place to hunt you are going to have to pay for it or have it in the family. […]

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Buck Profile Notched

It started early this year with the first picture of this buck showing up on June 7 and me wondering what he will look like once the season came. To say the least I have been pleased each time I see him the more excited I get. He gets bigger every time I see him […]

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I called him “The Freak”

Ok folks I have a little story of a deer I called “The Freak” and yes I realize how plain that name is but it’s what we called him. The story of this deer was 4 years in the making. On October 30th of 2008 I got a bunch of pics of this 3.5 year […]

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Food Plot Update

September 1 is fast approaching and in Nebraska that is opening day for archery season. I have done a lot of work this year with food plots. I wanted to share with you a quick food plot update. We have 4 food plots on the farm this year. Two are planted in Pheasant Forever mix […]

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Low Pressured Whitetails Part II

If you remember from part one of Low Pressured Whitetails, I discussed several options that hunters have to pursue whitetails that are not heavily pressured.  I highlighted that chances of success dramatically increase when hunting pressure is minimalized.  There are many options available for us to do this.  Last time I focused on hunting public […]

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Carcass Cam Best Of

By Dan Gorman I haven’t officially pulled the cameras, mainly because I haven’t decided where exactly I want to put them yet, but I’m pretty sure the carcass cam is winding down for the year. I got some pretty decent pictures throughout the winter but overall it was a disappointing year. After last year I […]

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