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  • Compassionate Convictions
    Story : Posted 12-12-2014

    Compassionate Convictions

    I recently caught a spotlighter who had hidden his rifle and light off in the weeds just before I encountered him. He was a young man about to get married and with his first child on the way.

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  • Exploding Fish of the Amazonas
    Story : Posted 12-08-2014

    Exploding Fish of the Amazonas

    The exploding fish of the Amazon. Despite its brilliant colors, the 15-pound fish is invisible in the tea-colored water of Brazil's Rio Negro.

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  • Duck Hunting: Take It Easy
    HowTo : Posted 12-02-2014

    Duck Hunting: Take It Easy

    Duck hunting is often thought of as an arduous, labor intensive endeavor that involves rising at an insanely early hour, lugging dozens of decoys and enduring inclement weather. But it needn't be there are some alternative tactics that allow you to hunt smart, not hard for web-footed, winged prey this fall.

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  • Cold Weather Hiking
    HowTo : Posted 12-01-2014

    Cold Weather Hiking

    Just because the temperature has fallen like the leaves of a tree doesn't mean you can't have an enjoyable hike outside. With a little extra preparation, hiking in the winter can be every bit as enjoyable as hiking during the warmer months.

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  • Fall Fins and Feathers
    Story : Posted 11-25-2014

    Fall Fins and Feathers

    For most outdoorsmen and women, October means hunting season, time to put the rods away and pull out the shotguns. A few of the more hard-core anglers will hold out until the days grow even shorter, and colder. Nothing says you can't do both. In fact, early fall is a great time to double up on your outdoor opportunities.

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  • Hiking During Hunting Season
    HowTo : Posted 11-25-2014

    Hiking During Hunting Season

    Fall is a fantastic time to enjoy a nice hike on the trails. There are a few simple steps you can take to make sure you stay safe as you hike into this year's hunting season.

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  • Bad Warden, Three Feet Away
    Story : Posted 11-21-2014

    Bad Warden, Three Feet Away

    Unfortunately, it's a common part of a game warden's job to be liked by some and hated by others. Like most police officers, we're often appreciated when “needed” but detested whenever our duty inconveniences the wrong person.

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  • Polls Are Open for Golden Moose Fan Favorite Award
    News : Posted 11-21-2014

    Polls Are Open for Golden Moose Fan Favorite Award

    If you're a fan of Outdoor Channel's riveting, unscripted storytelling, and have an opinion on who the top TV show host should be, now's your chance to have your voice heard.

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  • Plummet from a Treestand on 'Fight to Survive'
    Story : Posted 11-21-2014

    Plummet from a Treestand on 'Fight to Survive'

    Tennessee resident Nathan Holcomb, an accomplished hunter and athlete, shares his traumatic tale of a near deadly tree stand fall on Outdoor Channel's action-packed adventure TV series, 'Fight to Survive'.

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  • Tough Love for Robin Hood
    Story : Posted 11-07-2014

    Tough Love for Robin Hood

    I came across a bowhunter who wanted to be a “Robin Hood,” but not in a good way. I received a tip that a particular hunter was shooting deer, lots of deer, exceeding the bag limit, and keeping only the racks.

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