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Shock Therapy

Shock Therapy

I can recall, with great vividness, two memories that have defined my pursuits in the woods: the first buck I ever shot, and the first time I heard the thunderous gobble of a wild turkey. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)

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Browning Trail Cameras Help Customer Harvest Buck of a Lifetime!

Browning Trail Cameras Help Customer Harvest Buck of a Lifetime!

Browning Trail Cameras customer, Ken Kwasniewski, had been watching a buck for 3 years on his Browning Strike Force trail cameras. Thanks to the intel from his trail cameras, Ken was able to switch stands and harvest this 18 point buck with his bow on November 3rd, 2020! Ken shares his success story in this article. (Click blog title to view blog post.)

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Browning Defender Wireless Cellular Cam Leads to Successful Hunt for Customer

Browning Defender Wireless Cellular Cam Leads to Successful Hunt for Customer

After receiving images of a buck from his Browning Defender Wireless cellular camera throughout deer season, Browning Trail Cameras customer John Smith formed a plan and was able to have a successful hunt! Check out these great “before and after” images and read the story about John’s hunt! (Click blog title to view blog post.)

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Simple Tips to Prepare for Summer Trail Camera Scouting: Part 2

Simple Tips to Prepare for Summer Trail Camera Scouting: Part 2
In Part 1 of this blog, I covered taking an inventory of your trail cameras and accessories so you know how many of both that you may need to scout for the upcoming deer season. Now that you have a better idea, it’s time to get those trail cameras out and put them to good use! But before you hang your trail cameras, consider these simple tips. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) Continue reading

Simple Tips to Prepare for Summer Trail Camera Scouting - Part 1

Simple Tips to Prepare for Summer Trail Camera Scouting - Part 1

It’s almost summertime, and that means it’s time to get your trail cameras in the field to start scouting for the upcoming deer season! But before you get your trail cameras out, there are some things to consider in order to get the most out of your scouting this summer. Here are a few simple tips that will ensure everything runs smoothly for you heading into fall deer season. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)

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Lemon Pepper Buttermilk Fried Wild Turkey and Morel Mushroom Salad Recipe

It’s hard to beat fried wild turkey, so I wasn’t going to steer away from that, but I was looking for a slightly different way to serve it this year compared to how I have in the past. Adding some fresh greens and vegetables to the fried turkey and morels, along with my favorite salad dressing, was the way to go! The Lemon Pepper seasoning in the turkey breading and the salty/crunchiness of the fried morels complimented each other perfectly in the salad.

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Bald Eagle Recovery Sweeps Across States

Seeing a bald eagle soaring high above is a magical experience for most Americans. I never take seeing an eagle for granted because generations of Missourians who came before us rarely had a chance to see an eagle in the wild. As sightings of our nation’s symbol of freedom continue to increase, we cannot forget the dire straights these magnificent creatures once faced.

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Scout Now for a Successful Turkey Season

By Brandon Butler:

Missouri’s Youth Turkey Season and regular Spring Turkey Season is approaching fast. With about a month to go, there are many preparations to be made…most importantly, locating some birds. This is accomplished by scouting. There are those lucky folks who basically return to the same tree year after year to tag out each spring. But most of us mere mortals aren’t so lucky and need to spend some time searching for this year’s flock.

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Bowhunting: 5 Tips for Early Season Success

Hunting early season whitetails has its advantages. Their pattern is more predictable and they haven’t been pressured yet by other hunters in the woods: two key factors to harvesting a mature buck in the first few weeks of season opener. But, there are still challenges that come with hunting in early fall. Below are 5 tips that helped me capitalize on a mature, early season whitetail.

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