TUP Podcast Episode 16: Most parenting advice is bulls&$*

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TUP Podcast Episode 16: Most parenting advice is bulls&$*

 
 
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Most parenting advice is bunk because every child is unique, but that isn’t going to stop Editor-in-Chief Nate Granzow from weighing in on when he thinks the best age is to start a child hunting. He and Karl go on to talk about their forthcoming backcountry elk/bear hunt in Colorado, bullet choices (and why Nate

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Try this rifle sight-in trick for point-and-shoot hits

Try this rifle sight-in trick for point-and-shoot hits

Ask a group of hunters how they sight in their rifles and you will get as many answers. “An inch high at a hundred.” “As long as it hits a pie plate.” “Nuts on at 200.” Although some of these are better than others, none of them are technically wrong—and all of them can be

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Embrace your inner predator with spot-and-stalk hunting

Embrace your inner predator with spot-and-stalk hunting

Over the hundreds of thousands of years humans have existed on this planet, we have dedicated our efforts to separating ourselves from the animals, often forgetting that we remain animals ourselves. Yet, no matter how much we have evolved, there still lingers in all of us something primal. Perhaps it’s only a faded memory of

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A conversation with Blood Origins’ Robbie Kröger

An interview with Blood Origins' Robbie Kröger

We all know someone who doesn’t understand why we hunt. It can be a challenge to convince them of the purpose and purity of our sport. Robbie Kröger, founder of the not-for-profit organization Blood Origins, has made this his mission: delivering persuasive, authentic stories of hunting and conservation in an eye-catching format to powerfully convey

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Practice bird hunting with the Champion WheelyBird 2.0 electric clay thrower

Practice bird hunting with the Champion WheelyBird 2.0 electric clay thrower

Duck opener is just a few weeks away, upland season follows close behind, and in some places early goose season has already begun. It’s time to break out the shotgun and get some practice in so you can be effective when the birds start flying. But thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic, trap clubs around the

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7 surefire ways to ruin a duck hunt

Surefire ways to ruin a duck hunt

Waterfowl hunting, like every sport or discipline, has obvious rules—and then there are the unspoken expectations. Adhering to both can mean the difference between maintaining lifelong hunting partners and never getting invited along on a duck hunt again. Here’s a list of key things to avoid when you hit the blind this fall. Skybusting “You

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Get the most from your backcountry sleep system: Find the right sleeping pad

Get the most from your backcountry sleep system: Find the right sleeping pad

When it comes to getting your gear together for a backcountry hunt, tents, sleeping bags, and packs get all the glory. The humble sleeping pad is usually an afterthought, or is even excluded altogether in a show of faux toughness. The reality is, a high-quality sleeping pad is essential for getting the performance you expect

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