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OK? Okay, Time for a New Arrow

OK? Okay, Time for a New Arrow by Darren Choate After having hunted antelope–unsuccessfully–in Arizona, my next hunt will be an archery whitetail hunt in Oklahoma with Bend of the River Outfitters. I will still be using my Mathews Halon 6, but I have scraped my speedy antelope arrow for a more efficient, energy arrow. […]

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Brush Country Buffet

Brush Country Buffet

Brush Country Buffet Heartland Wildlife, the provider of the finest complete program for deer and wildlife management is catering to those hunters who are in search of that custom seed blend designed specifically for dry climates such as Texas and the Deep South, by offering them the Brush Country Buffet. Brush Country Buffet is an […]

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Homemade Bow Blind

Homemade Bow Blind by Zane Graham As bow hunters we could always use another blind but we don’t always want to go out and pay $200+ for a pop up blind. I have a solution to that; it requires minimal materials and is cheap! All you need is 2) 4×16 fence panels, an old trampoline […]

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Hunting From A Ground Blind

Hunting From A Ground Blind

Hunting From A Ground Blind by Patrick Meitin Notes from inside a pop-up ground blind. Returning to western Oklahoma last October felt like a homecoming, getting together again with old friends like Gary Sefton, Mike Jordan, Jason Pickerill and a handful of outdoor writers I’ve come to know well. I also looked forward to seeing […]

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Oklahoma Deer - Whitetail Deer Rut - Deer Rut - October Lull?

Oklahoma Deer

Oklahoma Deer The October Lull? Oklahoma Deer – Is there a lull in spotting big bucks in October, prior to the start of the whitetail deer rut? Patrick Meitin addresses the topic in the summer issue of Western Whitetail magazine. While hunting western Oklahoma for whitetail deer, Meitin takes a respectable buck, and learns a few […]

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