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Muzzleloading Within 300 Yards of the Main Road on Public Lands to Find Bucks

A good friend of mine, used to hunt public land exclusively. When I asked him how he was taking deer on public land, he explained, “One of my favorite places to hunt is within 300 yards of the main road … Continue reading

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Tips for Finding Deer on Public-Land with your CVA Muzzleloader

There are only two problems you have to solve to take to find Deer on public-land. However, most hunters try to solve only one. 1) Where are the deer on that public land feeding, traveling and bedding, and 2) where … Continue reading

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Why would I need to change my Quick Release Breech Plug in my CVA Muzzleloader

I was asked to post an article recently at The World Hunting Club on “How to change your QRBP (Quick Release Breech Plug)?“. The question came up “Why would I need to change my QRBP?” and so we decided to … Continue reading

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Select The Bucks For Your Hit List Now

The hunters who consistently take older-age-class bucks each season often have one to five mature bucks selected to hunt by the end of August. These hunters know where their mature bucks live, where they bed, and where they travel. Let’s … Continue reading

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Use Quality Batteries in Trail Cameras and Attract More Deer

I never have understood why hunters would buy really-nice trail cameras and put the cheapest batteries they could buy in those trail cameras. Then they wondered why those batteries died all the time, or why the cameras quit making good … Continue reading

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Learn 2 Tips About Trail Cameras That Will Help You Be Better At Hunting Deer

The Problem with Moisture: The biggest enemy of your trail camera is moisture. You’re putting out a piece of electronic equipment and leaving it there, in all types of weather. Putting any type of electronics in the woods and exposing … Continue reading

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CVA Pro Chad Schearer’s 6 Tips to Start Kids Muzzleloader Hunting

1) Start a child with a .22 rifle at first, since a .22 has no recoil and doesn’t make too-much noise. This way a child gets accustomed to shooting, aiming and squeezing the trigger. Within a few shots, he or … Continue reading

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7 Tips for Successful Elk Hunts with Outdoor Writer John E. Phillips

An elk hunt, whether on private land or public land, is a very-expensive proposition if you’re headed from the East going to the West. These tips will help you better prepare to take the elusive bugling bulls of the high … Continue reading

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Two more tips for hunting Elk on public land

Editor’s Note: Since Alaska’s elk season begins in August, and Colorado’s muzzleloader elk season starts in September, you need to prepare now by learning as much information as you can about elk.  Tip 1) Use Hunting Pressure as an Advantage: I … Continue reading

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Two Tips from Bill Custer for Taking Public Land Elk

With elk season starting in some states like Arizona and Alaska as early as August, hunters are preparing for the season now. Here are some of my suggestions for better elk hunting this year. 1) Get off the Roads:  You … Continue reading

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