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  • The Roving Sportsman…0

    Find the Silver Lining We are in the midst of rather difficult times, with indications that things are “out of our hands” and we must be patient as the medical industry develops an answer to this current medical pandemic — the Chinese coronavirus. Directions and guidelines are relayed to us daily and sometimes almost hourly

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Patterning Your Shotgun0

    Recently, I wrote about the wisdom of taking the time to pattern your shotgun – now let’s look at a few factors in actually making sure your trusty old shotgun is really shooting as it should be. This is not difficult, it does not have to be time consuming and by patterning your gun you

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Patience and Persistence0

    If you were to ask most turkey hunters “What two things are responsible for the killing of most wild turkeys?” the typical response would no doubt be “Humans and coyotes.” If you asked most frequently successful turkey hunters “What are the two factors most often responsible for the killing of wild turkeys?” the well thought

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Pattern That Shotgun!0

    Imagine that your son or daughter has shown enough interest in hunting for deer this coming fall that they have completed the required hunter education program and have shown interest in going to the range with you to really learn how to safely handle a firearm. You take the time to spend several weekends doing

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Hunters Should Be Respected0

    Hunters are the “salt of the earth.” Unfortunately, the ones who usually make the news are the occasional slob hunter or poacher. They are the ones who seem to be talked about most often, especially by those who hold some degree of opposition to hunting in general and usually know little about the subject or

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Prepping for Spring Gobbler Season0

    In life there are procrastinators and there are those who like to stay well ahead of the game, so as to not get caught short at the last minute. Keeping in mind that the Youth Hunt for spring gobblers is on Saturday, April 25, 2020, and that the statewide spring gobbler season will begin on

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Implementing Your Management Plan0

    In the last installment, we laid out the steps in making a Management Plan. We itemized setting goals, doing a property inventory and seeking the advice of conservations organizations and governmental agencies. Now let’s look at implementing that plan. First, always keep in mind that the plan is a guideline – it is not set

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Making a Management Plan0

    As the grip of Mother Nature begins to tighten and the doldrums of winter weather start to make us wonder what we can do to get through the coming cold weather months, there is an outstanding plan that we can work on that will help take our minds off the freezing weather. And, it is

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  • The Roving Sportsman… If You’ve Got Them, Keep Them0

    With increasing regularity over the past decade or more, landowners are rolling up their sleeves, digging out their wallets and putting sweat equity into their properties by performing habitat improvement that benefits all forms of game and nongame animals and birds that live there. Very quickly you can amass a rather large amount of dollars

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  • The Roving Sportsman… There’s Still Time!0

    Just in case you have procrastinated a bit — not to worry — there is still time to make our traditional New Year’s Resolutions — you know — that list of things we know we should follow, but rarely seem to accomplish! As sportsmen, we have some special considerations that we should consider as we

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