Don’t Shoot the First Bear!

Don’t Shoot the First Bear!

In fact, don’t shoot any bear on the first day of a six-day hunt. Unless... well, never mind. By Bernie Barringer My adventures with Grandview Outfitters in Manitoba have been well-chronicled in blogs, magazine articles, online and on You Tube over the years. Tom...

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Big Bucks in Offbeat Places

Big Bucks in Offbeat Places

Sometimes public land bucks can be right under your nose. By Bernie Barringer I had been hunting a public area in western Iowa for the past few days when I became convinced that it was time to make a move. I was headed back to my truck late in the morning: a treestand...

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An amazing hunting experience at a special price

An amazing hunting experience at a special price

By Bernie Barringer      It's not often I come across an opportunity that I can pass along to our subscribers that gives you an chance to experience a fantastic hunt with great lodging and incredible meals, and offer a discount to boot. but my friend Nathan Theriault...

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Bowfishing Spring and Summer Fun

Bowfishing Spring and Summer Fun

By Bernie Barringer Bowfishing equipment has evolved a lot since I started trying it out 40 years ago. There is some high-tech stuff out there, believe me. This probably sounds crazy, but my favorite bowfishing set-up features a Ben Pearson recurve that I got out of...

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Can Trapping Make You a Better Bowhunter?

Can Trapping Make You a Better Bowhunter?

Want to be a better bowhunter? Take of up trapping. It’s no accident that some of today’s most successful bowhunters have a background in trapping. Here’s why.   By Bernie Barringer I don’t remember much about being 14 years old, but some things are burned in my...

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Aggressively Scouting and Hunting Public Land

Aggressively Scouting and Hunting Public Land

By Bernie Barringer I settled into my stand before daylight with high hopes. I had arrived in Iowa the previous day with a coveted archery tag in my pocket and spent the day scouting out a large piece of public land. I had found this area in mid-afternoon and hung a...

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Facts and Myths About Deer Fawns

Facts and Myths About Deer Fawns

With the spring fawning season just around the corner, here are a few things you probably didn’t know about the fawns of whitetail deer. By Bernie Barringer My young boys and I were walking across a grassy field on our way down to the riverbank for some fishing when...

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