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Brittany Boddington HuntingLife Interview

Brittany Boddington is a California native, Brittany is no stranger to Television or big game hunting. Brittany Boddington grew up in Los Angeles. Her father, author and outdoor television personality Craig Boddington, traveled around the world in search of big game animals; instilling in Brittany a sense of adventure. While he was away, Brittany was busy working in the film and modeling industry as well as ...

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Donnelle Johnson Interview

  Donnelle Johnson is a hunter, fisherwoman, CPA, photographer and a musician.  She is co-founder of HuntData with her husband David. She is on the Mossy Oak and Bass Pro Shops Redhead ProStaff. She promotes women and youth in the outdoors through various speaking engagements.   What's one rookie mistake you've made hunting? One of the rookie mistakes I made was shooting my weapon right handed wit ...

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Tom Miranda Interview

  From humble beginnings as a schoolboy trapper, Tom Miranda has taken his love of the outdoors and turned it into the career of a lifetime. Running trap lines near his hometown of suburban Columbus, Ohio… Tom learned the ways of the wilds. Catching muskrats, mink and raccoon…Tom learned to love nature in these early years, to respect and cherish it. After high school, when many graduates went off to c ...

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Squirrel Master Classic Descends into Alabama!

February 18th, 2015 the “Best of the Best” will once again descend into Montgomery, Alabama for the 2nd Annual “Squirrel Master Classic” held by Gamo Outdoors USA (@GamoOutdoor). Each year the contest showcases the latest and greatest Gamo technology and advancements in air rifles. Last years event got the annual affair kicked off with a host of television personalities and Gamo Prostaff. This year big name ...

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Fast Food with FoodSaver Quick Marinator

Here at HuntingLife.com, we love the FoodSaver vacuum sealer system. We’ve used a number of FoodSavers, including the GameSaver Deluxe, the FoodSaver Outdoor Silver, and the most recently the GameSaver Titanium. These vacuum sealers have allowed us to safely store game meat and fresh produce in our freezer for use throughout the year.   New to our FoodSaver gear is the FoodSaver Quick Marinator. This a ...

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European Mounts by Bare Bones Mounts

  The quality of an exceptional European mount just cannot be beat and Bare Bones Mounts does one of the best jobs I have seen. Bare Bones Mounts offers museum quality skull and bone cleaning using Dermestid beetles to remove 100% of the flesh from the bone and then they finish up with extensive degreasing and whitening. Once they are cleaned they are sealed and saturated with a museum-grade preservati ...

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Browning X-Bolt Micro Midas Rifle Review

For anyone interested in a smaller, lighter-weight rifle with all the features of a full size, high quality one, look no further than the Browning X-Bolt Micro Midas. Whether you are built on a smaller frame or simply want to carry less weight on your hunt, the X-Bolt Micro provides a proper fit and impeccable performance.   Firearms designed for ladies and youth are nothing new. But while the intentio ...

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Beating the Heat During the Whitetail Rut By Ben “Hawkeye” Schneider

A south wind whips through the few remaining brown leaves. They flutter in the warm breeze as they cling with all their might to the branches of a tall and proud willow tree. The long grass in the field across from me seems to dance with the wind, and a whitetail doe flicks its tail to ward of the biting flies awoken from their slumber during the warm November day. I bask in the warmth of the setting sun's ...

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2015 Ford F-150 Test Drive

  Waiting at a stoplight this morning, I’m watching the traffic drive by and start thinking about cars. You can tell a lot about people, what they do, and where they live based on the cars on the road. I count off: pickup truck, pickup truck, sedan, pickup truck, pickup truck, semi, pickup truck. Yep, I live in Nebraska where cows seem to outnumber people and pickups seem to outnumber all other vehicle ...

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Mark and Terry Drury the HuntingLife Interview

What’s the biggest mistake New Videographers make and what can they do to avoid that problem? I think the biggest mistake people that are new to the industry can make would be to think that it is much easier to lay something down on camera than it actually is. It can be even more challenging to do it in a way that makes the viewer feel like they are on the hunt too! Communication between hunter/camera opera ...

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