Wildgame Innovations Crush 20 LightsOut
Hunting

Wildgame Innovations Crush 20 LightsOut

Like all technology, trail cameras are getting better and better. The new Crush 20 LightsOut Invisible IR camera has an eye-popping 20-megapixel resolution, an invisible flash, and a trigger speed of less than 1/2 second, so you won’t miss a thing. […]

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Species spotlight: redbreast sunfish

The redbreast sunfish is one of the most colorful panfish in the Carolinas. While this species can be found in both North and South Carolina, it’s not found in as many places as its more populous cousin, the bluegill. […]

Fishing

The big screen advantage

“Multifunction display” grows in meaning with each new generation of marine electronics. Sonar functions now include traditional down-looking 2-D scanning with and without CHIRP, high-definition side and down scanning, live forward scanning, 360-degree circular scanning and a choice of frequencies to optimize each type for either maximum detail or greatest scanning depth/distance. […]

Hunting

Don’t scrimp on strings

Many components make up modern compound bows, and the string system is one of the most important. The string and cables on today’s bows are the equivalent of a vehicle’s power train, providing power and timing. […]

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ICAST exceeds expectations – again

The 60th International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades, known to fishermen and industry moguls simply as ICAST, was held July 11 through 14 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando and drew a record number of displays and industry buyers and media who came to see them. ICAST hosted 582 exhibitors in 1982 booths that filled the 200,000 square foot show floor. […]

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New game feeder feeds only your desired species

Wild game feeders have evolved over the years to the point that hunters can set them up to distribute food at precise times. But John Paul MacPherson of 704 Outdoors saw a feeder that beats that by leaps and bounds when he walked into McDonald General Store in Concord, N.C.  […]

minerals
Deer Hunting

Mineral supplements promote bucks’ big racks

All living organisms need ample resources to survive. It takes food, water and a mixture of key elements to support living tissue and a beating heart. For deer to reach their potential, they must receive superior nutrition. And one of the best ways to give deer what they need is to wrap it up in a tempting package they cannot resist. […]

Deer Hunting

Know how to recognize a shooter

Managing for trophy bucks challenges hunters to invest their time and money and forces them to adopt critical-thinking skills during and beyond the season. Hunters can plant food plots, coordinate with farmers to plant protein-rich foods, put out mineral supplements and monitor every their property with trail cameras, but the harvesting portion must be handled with care to make sure the right deer end up on the chopping block.  […]