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Monsters in the wild
Monsters in the wild
Monsters in the wild

Monsters in the wild

You might rethink that camping or swimming trip after seeing these pictures. These two monster wild hogs were killed in Texas while the alligator gar was caught in the Red River. Each have the ability to cause major bodily harm. Just something to think about when your setting up deer camp.

Fall fishing tips

The spring was awesome, summer was hot and fun, but there’s a chill in the air now. Time to store those rods away and dust off the camo and long rifle, right? WRONG! Summer has a way of draining the fast-paced excitement of spring fishing from the most avid of anglers, giving the illusion of “poorfishing” until the next calendar year, but nothing could be further from the truth.

Youth deer gun season: Celebrating an old tradition in a modern world
Youth deer gun season: Celebrating an old tradition in a modern world

Youth deer gun season: Celebrating an old tradition in a modern world

Oklahoma’s youth deer gun season is a chance for kids to go deer hunting for three days with adult supervision before all of the adult gun hunters head to the woods, and participation is easy. Think of this guide as a handbook to walk you through everything you need to know to have a successful youth deer gun season experience, whether you are a youth hoping to hunt or an adult interested in taking a youth on a deer hunt this year. The steps in this guide cover everything from where to go hunting and legal requirements to tips and advice for making your hunt fun and successful. First and foremost, mark your calendars for Oct. 16-18, 2020. These are the dates of the 2020 youth deer gun season, and you don’t want to miss out. It’s easy to participate in this affordable, safe and fun hunting opportunity. It’s also exclusive to youth hunters under 18 years of age. They just need an adult who can take them. Eligible youth and adults who plan to accompany a youth hunter don’t need any prior hunting experience, and there is plenty of time to make the necessary preparations.

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