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ATA New Product Highlights Part 2


Average Hunter attended the 2014 ATA in Nashville to check out all the new products coming to the market. This is part two of a series to highlight the better ones that we saw there all of which are all small companies trying to live the dream. As mentioned, we focused our attention at the ATA at the new companies.…

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ATA New Product Highlights Part 1


Average Hunter attended the 2014 ATA in Nashville to check out all the new products coming to the market.  This is part one of a series to highlight the better ones that we saw there all of which are all small companies trying to live the dream. As mentioned, we focused our attention at the ATA at the new companies.…

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Being Prepared for a Big Game Hunt


Being Prepared is a concept that is going around a lot these day in many different meanings.  Preparedness can mean anything from packing the kids for school everyday or being Prepared for the Zombie Apocalypse.  What about for a new hunter or even a veteran hunter thats going on a new adventure?  Being prepared can, no will, make or break…

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That Moment When You Know


Do you ever have one of those moments when a feeling just hits you?  That moment when everything is just right and you see why you do the things you do.  A time where the real reason shows itself clear as day.  I had that moment yesterday while eating dinner with children. We were doing what we do and what…

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New Seasons, New Season, New Seasons….


The last few years, there seems to be a trend with a lot of states.  They are adding and extending deer seasons.  Why is that?  Most hunters in most of these states will claim that their whitetail herd is diminishing.  I know here is Illinois, that is the case.  Hunters are seeing less deer.  Hunters are seeing less quality deer.…

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It’s Not “If” Anymore, It’s “When”


For years many people have always thought that the world record whitetails of the Hanson 213 5/8 typical and the largest hunter taken non-typical buck shot by Tony Lovstuen which scored 307 5/8 would probably be records that would last a long time.  Many believe they would never be broken.  Well, the Hanson buck is a tough one to beat,…

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Any Hunt With Your Kids Is A Successful Hunt


With the end of all of the Illinois deer seasons wrapping up yesterday, I spend a minute and reflect over what was accomplished threw the whole season.  I look back at the summer and remember setting several goals for myself just for deer hunting.  They ranged from breaking in a couple longbows I built the year before with their first…

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Do You Remember Check Stations?


Once upon a time not too long ago there was a place filled with hunters dressed in orange, gathered around trucks and looking at deer from all around.  This place was magical for many hunters young and old.  it was a place called a Check Station. As a kid I was always excited about deer season opening.  In Illinois where…

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