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Archery Coues Challenge, Accepted

Archery Coues Challenge

Archery Coues Challenge by Steven Satran Archery is never easy; it takes focus, patience, skill, and practice to succeed. Hunting is the same way; you need to have the motivation to get through limited sleep, hours of driving on roads that vary from wide open interstates to narrow two tracks pin-striping your truck as you […]

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Wilderness Athlete Wild Skill

Wilderness Athlete Pull-up Fundamentals

Pull-up Fundamentals Wilderness Athlete Pull-up Fundamentals Wilderness Athlete Pull-up Fundamentals SKILL #3 – PULL-UP FUNDAMENTALS If I were to choose my favorite exercise for overall upper body strength the pull-up would easily be my first choice. The pull-up can be considered the “Upper Body Squat”, because of its superior muscle building qualities and its ability to develop high levels of […]

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The Hunting Plot That Keeps On Giving

The Hunting Plot That Keeps On Giving

New Evolved Harvest Shot Plot Grows Tons Of Sweet, Late-Season Forage For Deer Hunting Plot Baton Rouge, LA (March 9, 2017) – Brassicas are a family of fast-growing leafy-green forage annuals that include turnips, beets, rapes and kales. In addition to their highly palatable and digestible tops, some – like turnips and beets – also […]

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