Author: trophyhunter

November’s Word From the Publisher

This is the month of Thanksgiving and I can honestly say that we have a lot to be thankful for. I’ve spent over 100 days of this year in the field with some of our lucky Pro Membership Sweepstakes winners. We have done everything from Canadian fishing trips to Alaska/Yukon moose hunts. We have topped over 1 million dollars in giveaways since we started back in 2015 and I’ve personally met many of the people that are so thankful for their good fortunes. When we launched the Pro Membership Sweepstakes, I envisioned people who were just like me, having...

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Hidden Gem of Texas Whitetail Hunting

By Michael Deming The great state of Texas is truly a hunter’s paradise. Nearly everywhere you go, there are pickup trucks, American flags, BBQ and red-blooded American’s talking hunting. They are extremely passionate about their hunting and especially their whitetail deer. If you have ever spent any time in this part of the country, you have already heard the comment that “Everything is bigger in Texas”, but if not, this article will make you a believer in this statement. We stumbled onto the DaVine Springs Ranch back in 2014, when a good friend told us about this well managed,...

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October’s Words From the Publisher

Hunting season is in full swing now and we have already been in the field nonstop with friends, customers, and Pro Member Sweepstakes winners. I always enjoy these experiences with others more than getting to be the hunter myself. I remember my grandfather and great uncle telling me this exact thing when I was young and couldn’t get enough of being the hunter. I guess I’ve finally reached the pinnacle of my hunting career when I would rather see others be successful. Don’t get me wrong, I still love to be out there and have a tag in my...

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Elk Hunting Essentials

By Mike Deming Growing up in the west and specifically in Colorado gave me an opportunity that many don’t have – The ability to get a tag and hunt elk each and every year. As I got older, I extended my range of hunting elk to other western states. I started hunting them with archery gear and muzzleloaders as well. I began scouting for elk early in the summer and watched them grow those huge magnificent velvet antlers. I also started hunting for those pieces of brown gold in the spring, which had been dropped on the winter range,...

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September’s Words From the Publisher

Evolution! Wikipedia says this is the change in heritable characteristics. Basically, it is an adaption of change over a period of time and as I sit down to write this, Sportsman’s News is evolving. We have been the official publication of Sportsman’s Warehouse for the past 14 years. We have also been doing the Sportsman’s News Television DVD series since September of 2006. We have sold approximately 2-million DVDs during this time. It is amazing how our quality of production has evolved during this same period. We have constantly been changing in this area; standard definition all the way...

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