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Tony Peterson

Tony Peterson boasts an impressive record for successfully DIY hunting mature whitetails on public land, and he has written extensively on the topic. Tony's byline has appeared in more than 20 national and regional magazines. In addition to his full-time duties as an outdoor writer and photographer, he's the ...

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Follow Weather Patterns To Hunt October Whitetails

By Tony Peterson, Bowhunting Field Editor

To tag out in the toughest month, keep an eye glued to the weather forecast and get in a stand when conditions take a turn for the worse. As far as whitetails are concerned, October is a throw-away month for many folks—at least the first 3 weeks, anyway. This ...
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The State Of Feral Swine: Calling All Hog Hunters

By Brian McCombie, Hog Hunting Field Editor

It’s a great time to be a hog hunter.  Much of the credit goes to the prolific hogs themselves, with some estimates placing the total number of wild, feral hogs in the U.S. as high as 6 million. That’s better than twice the estimate from ...
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How To Fish Early Fall Docks For Hungry Bass

By Justin Rackley, Bass Fishing Field Editor

They're the everlasting bass hotels that many of us gravitate toward for some pitching and flipping action. They're the docks, and they can often be our best choice of cover when it comes to early fall bass fishing. Historically, fall has a period of aquatic transition that leaves ...
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Understanding Wind Thermals For Whitetail Hunting

By Neil And Craig Dougherty

Morning and evening "thermals" create their own special kind of air movement. They're called thermals because the air movement is caused by changes in air temperature and air weight. Morning thermals in our area kick in about 2 hours after first light, or just when you're starting ...
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