• 5 Steps to Maintain a Crossbow After a Hunt

    crossbow hunting safety

    October 29, 2018 Boar Hunting, Hunting Tips

    There is nothing more relaxing than spending time in the woods while hunting. It can be tempting to just stow your crossbow in the closet when you get home, forgetting about it until the next getaway. But that is a surefire way to ruin a fine weapon. The hunt isn’t over when you return home, …

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  • Biologist Warn Of Ticks This Hunting Season

    October 29, 2018 Hunting News

    Maine wildlife biologists are warning deer hunters this year to pay extra attention to avoid ticks in the woods this year. Even if you are outside around the house and not hunting, you should pay close attention to prevent from getting ticks on you. The black-legged tick or “deer tick” is the tick that

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  • Utah Hunter Attacked By Mountain Lion

    Mountain Lion Attack

    August 21, 2018 Hunting News

    A man was attacked by a mountain lion in Utah while hunting last week. As he started walking to begin his elk hunt, he heard a growl. In the treeline, 10′ away, a mountain lion was ready to pounce and attack. Cody Hardman says he used one arrow to try and shoot it in self …

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  • Most popular and most used anabolic in all major sports

    July 18, 2018 Hunting Type

    In the second half of the twentieth century, the world changed. In 1956, American Dr. John Ziegler, with the assistance of Ciba-Geigy, received dianabol – a new generation of anabolic steroid in his laboratory, which revolutionized the pharmacology and sports of the time. Immediately after his arrival in the

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  • Only 5% Of Americans Are Hunters – New Fish & Wildlife Study Shows

    March 20, 2018 Hunting News

    A new survey released by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife shows that today only 5% of Americans are actually hunt. That’s 11.5 million people in the U.S. The study only includes people 16 years and older. Even with the U.S. population on the rise, the number of hunters is on the decline. The 5% is half what …

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