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Razor Dobbs Interview

Through the eyes of hunter Razor Dobbs, it’s a different world...a world of vibrant emotion and intense passion for the dirt, thorns, tusks and antlers that he relentlessly pursues on a daily basis. A survivor of a wild boar attack, a Cape buffalo charge, and a nearly fatal Elephant charge, he’s living the highs and perils of hunting big game that he once dreamed about.  Born and raised on a Texas ranch, he ...

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Larysa Switlyk from Larysa Unleashed Interview

Larysa Switlyk, grew up with three older brothers and a fear of guns. Yet, her upbringing taught her to be strong, courageous and not afraid to try anything.  A mixture of a tomboy and model, Larysa is competitive, engaging and adventurous. She earned her bachelor’s and master‘s degrees in accounting in just four years, and promptly landed a CPA job in New York City. However, she quickly realized she wasn’t ...

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In Support of Mountain Lion Hunting

On Tuesday, March 25, 2014, we posted a picture of Joakim Rausch with a mountain lion, he legally took in British Columbia.  It’s a fantastic shot of Joakim carrying out this great lion on his shoulders from the backcountry after a hard hunt.  The mountain lion is an exceptional species and in posting the photo, I was hoping we would showcase a great hunter, get a few shares from our fans and followers, and ...

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Wisconsin Wild Turkey

Forty years ago, Wisconsin Wild Turkey was just a figment of a hunter’s imagination.  There were no resident birds in any part of the state, so hunters had to travel to travel to states like Missouri or Pennsylvania to pursue the elusive “thunder chicken.”  A few conservation groups and state agencies decided to change the future of the wild turkey in Wisconsin beginning in the 1970’s.  What followed was ar ...

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First Gamo Squirrel Master Classic Hits Home Run By: Justin Morrissey

Only days ago, well known outdoor TV celebrities, writers and squirrel dogs met at the first annual GAMO Squirrel Master Classic in Montgomery, Alabama. The event was organized by GAMO Outdoors USA with help from Buckmasters.   As I sat in the airport with fellow outdoor writer Tom Claycomb, we discussed our expectations for the Squirrel Master Classic. Neither of us seemed to know much about the event ...

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The Eva Shockey Interview

[caption id="attachment_22590" align="alignleft" width="300"] Eva Shockey Hog Hunting with her Crosman Air Rifle[/caption] Eva Shockey grew up in the outdoor industry as the daughter of Jim Shockey.  Eva has been in the outdoors and in front of the camera her whole life but only took up hunting after finishing college.  Eva has burst onto the scene is making a name for herself as a proud, adventurous outdoo ...

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The Jim Shockey Interview

What motivated you to begin filming hunts so many years ago? I was unemployable and needed a career. I also felt I could bring people along with me on the adventures I was able to experience.   What is it about hunting that drew you to this lifestyle? I was unemployable...did I mention that yet?   What conservation organizations do you support and why? I support all of them. We can never do enough ...

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Huntinglife to Attend First Annual Squirrel Master Classic By: Justin Morrissey

Today is the start of the first annual GAMO Squirrel Master Classic in Montgomery, Alabama. The Squirrel Master Classic is sponsored by Gamo and is bringing in TV show hosts and media members from around the country, including Huntinglife.com.   As an avid squirrel hunter, I was thrilled when Kevin Paulson, CEO of Huntinglife.com, called me up and asked me to take his place in the event. My passion for ...

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Hunting Technology in the Field

Most hunters would tell you that they venture out into the woods and mountains to get away from the daily grind that is life.  And along with that they want to unplug and have peace and quiet.  However, there is a strong argument about what you should carry some technology into the field the next time you venture out.  At the very least you should have something to help you find your way out if you get lost ...

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