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Chris Parrish and Harvested Turkey

Tips from the pros - Break the Rules with Chris Parrish

“When I first started chasing longbeards, I strictly followed many of the so-called laws or golden rules of turkey hunting. As a result, my personal experiences, mistakes, and success in the field have taught me that many of these rules simply don’t hold water. For example, I had once read that a turkey hunter should never call directly to a hen that is accompanied by a longbeard. According to the theory, this will only trigger a jealous response that will cause the hen to lead the gobbler off in the opposite direction."

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Turkeys Caught on Moultrie Trail Camera

Preparing for turkey season - Be Prepared

Every turkey hunter knows that when the days start to get longer and warmer then Turkey season is right around the corner. The worst thing that you can do is let it sneak up on you - unprepared. Nothing can ruin a hunt like getting to the woods, or field, late and without the right calls and equipment. Take a few minutes in the week prior to your season opener to inventory what you need for a successful hunt.

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Mallard Drake and Hen

Know Your Flyway

If there were major road systems marked in the skies for waterfowl, then flyways would be those routes.  Used by migratory birds as a result of evolutionary history and genetic programming, and layered with some learned experiences, these routes vary from the simple and uncomplicated to the extremely complex.  No two bird species follow the exact same path from beginning to end.  And flyways can be greatly affected from year to year by weather conditions, predators, hunting pressure and available food and water sources.  Too, the waterfowl populations that use these preferred migratory routes differ greatly in their numbers, travel speeds, travel distances, breeding ground origins and final destination points.

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Joe Thomas in the Woods Elk Hunting

Joe Thomas’ Elk-Hunting Hat Trick

If there were a hat trick in elk hunting, then this would be it.  Joe Thomas, avid archery hunter, outdoorsman and host of “Knight & Hales Ultimate Hunting,” recently harvested all three subspecies of North American elk within a 30-day period… completing another portion of his lifelong pursuit of taking all 29 species of big-game animals native to North America.  

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Ron Ten Berge with his Big Utah Bull Elk

Utah Bull Elk of a Lifetime

What do you do when you check a once-in-a-lifetime elk hunt off your bucket list?  If you’re Ron Ten Berge, president and general manager of Knight & Hale, you start planning for the next opportunity to do it again.  According to Ron, his recent hunting experience as a guest of Mossy Oak and Under Armour in Utah, just north of Salt Lake City, was almost too good to be true.

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Chris Parish with a Barren Ground Caribou

Alaska Barren Ground Caribou

Knight & Hales Chris Parish recently went on a do it yourself Caribou hunt in Alaska. The following is his first hand account of a barren ground Alaskan caribou hunt.

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Bow Hunter With Big Buck

For Big Bucks Timing is Everything

Many hunters buy a deer call, use it once or twice, don't see a deer and throw it in a drawer along with all of the other stuff they believe they were duped into buying. These hunters have forgotten about one of the most basic elements of success in any hunting equation - timing.

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