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  • The Do's and Don'ts of Digiscoping
    February 26, 2018 Jake Rush

    The Do's and Don'ts of Digiscoping

    Hunters have come a long way from crude paintings on the walls of their caves that told the story of a hunts success. The modern hunter now has a plethora of tools at his disposal to record his trips into...

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  • hunting
    September 10, 2017 Jake Rush

    Take the Time to Range

    By: Jake Rush, Outdoorsmans Store Manager As I watched my arrow sail over the back of the biggest deer I may ever have had the chance of laying my hands on, I instantly regretted not taking the extra effort to...

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  • Challenge Accepted
    September 5, 2017 Ashley Hulme

    Challenge Accepted

      By: Jake Rush, Outdoorsmans Store Manager. The worst part of any hunt, whether successful or not, is the day after it comes to an end. If it was a success, you don’t want that feeling to be over. You...

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  • FIND MORE GAME WITH 15X BINOCULARS
    November 30, 2016 Tracy Breen

    FIND MORE GAME WITH 15X BINOCULARS

        The guys at Outdoorsmans get asked a variety of optics questions from week to week.  Over the years, there are a few questions they get asked repeatedly.  People are constantly asking if the 15X  optics are worth the...

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  • A TAG WORTH WAITING FOR
    October 16, 2016 Tracy Breen

    A TAG WORTH WAITING FOR

          Some hunters may tell you that the only way to kill a big bull is to spend a lot of money. That is not true. There is still one way an average Joe can harvest a big...

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  • KILLING BIG BUCKS ON A BUDGET
    January 18, 2016 Tracy Breen

    KILLING BIG BUCKS ON A BUDGET

      TAG DRAWING 101 When it comes to killing monster bucks and bulls, many hunters believe it is a pay to play game. They believe that to kill a nice animal, you have to have a ranch tag in your...

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  • Glassing in low density deer & elk areas.
    September 12, 2015 Craig Steele

    Glassing in low density deer & elk areas.

      Once you have your quality binoculars, spotting scope and tripod, many just assume they are going to find game.  Although the statement, "you will find more game with your optics mounted to a tripod", is 100% true, you need a strategy and...

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  • Is Bigger Glass always better?
    August 18, 2015 Craig Steele

    Is Bigger Glass always better?

    "I want BIGGER binoculars, so I can look FARTHER!" While this is the newest craze among many hunters and guides in the Southwest, bigger ‪optics‬ or binoculars are not always the right tool for the job, especially when glassing for ‪‎mule deer‬...

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