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Stay Concealed

Not getting noticed is key but blinds can offer much more. Hunting is about more than just finding game in the wild. It’s also about making sure they don’t find you. You can wear camouflage and try to keep perfectly still. But staying still and quiet can be difficult when hunting in a group or […]

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The Buck Stops Here

Great Tales About Whitetails. After a long but satisfying day in the field, three hunters share their personal deer stories around the campfire. Lucky Shot Seven years ago, Mike Bay received permission from his son-in-law’s family to hunt their property near Charlevoix, Mich. A blind was already set up about 200 yards from the house, […]

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A New Day for Midwest Hunters

New Limited Firearm Zones change the game for many Midwest deer hunters. Thanks to action by the Michigan legislature, the state’s Southern Shotgun Deer Zone is now the Limited Firearm Deer Zone, and to say that lower peninsula hunters are extremely pleased is an understatement. Prior to 2014, hunters were restricted to using shotguns and […]

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The Hunt For Knowledge

How new tools and trades can help in the field. Once the green from summer turns into the spectrum of oranges, reds and yellows of fall, it means that one of America’s favorite seasons – hunting season – is right around the corner. If hunters have struggled in the past, they shouldn’t worry. What they […]

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Sunscreen Facts

[Written by Peter Nielsen]. If you’re going to the beach, boating, playing in the sun or just taking a quick walk… don’t forget your sunscreen! If the higher risks of skin cancer hasn’t convinced you, think of this: Daily use of sunscreen will give you significantly younger-looking skin, according to a new study published in […]

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Sweat Equity

[Written by Peter Nielsen]. More than fifty million Americans are affected by hypertension.  It can lead to a laundry list of dangerous health conditions, including heart disease and stroke! The good news is that you can usually take care of the problem with the right diet and just a little bit of exercise.  Cut down […]

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Strike A Pose

Yoga works wonders for anyone at any age When she was just 14 years old, Kari Brodsky’s mother, Jane, invited her to her yoga class. “I’m a workout-aholic and when I first tried yoga, I found it to be really hard. That’s what got me hooked — I love a challenge,” she says. Ten years […]

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Listen Up!

With bone conduction headphones, you can take your tunes along without shutting down the rest of the world. We love new technology, particularly when it relates to sports and recreation, so we were excited to discover a new type of headphone that’s well suited to an active lifestyle. Many consider music an essential part of […]

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Get Out on the Water

Find the right kayak for you this summer. Summer is the perfect time to get out on the water. But this year, instead of boarding a friend’s boat or renting one for the day, consider getting a watercraft of your own. You just need to decide what kind is right for you. One of the […]

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A Reader Asks, “Why is Zero Called Love in Tennis?”

Answer: Many Point to Game’s French Root for Answer   This spring we asked you, our readers, to submit sport-related questions you wanted answered. Out of the many responses, we chose one from Christopher Agnew of Erdenheim, Penn. He wanted to know why zero is called love in tennis. With his mom a devout tennis […]

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