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Beginners’ Guide To Whitetail Antlers

Date posted: November 30, 2015

Whitetail deer antlers have been prized by hunters for hundreds of years. Their quick and repeated growth makes them interesting to both hunters and nature enthusiasts. How antlers grow Deer antlers are grown and shed every year. Males will usually begin to grow antlers in late spring. Antler growth begins at the pedicle, the base […]

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It’s Time To Book Your Spring Turkey Hunt

Date posted: November 24, 2015

Are you looking to take a turkey or two next spring? This is the time to start planning your hunt! The Oklahoma Hunt Club offers members the opportunity to hunt turkeys on wide range of excellent farms throughout the state. Read on for further details! The Lay Of The Land In Oklahoma Turkey hunting in […]

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November & December- What Can I Hunt?

Date posted: November 20, 2015

Hunting laws and seasonal restrictions are difficult to follow when you do not know the rules. Read on to learn which animals you can hunt, when you can hunt them, and what weapons you can use during the months of November and December to make this fall a season of clean hunting. Deer Hunting Deer […]

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What Turkey Should I Shoot?

Date posted: November 18, 2015

Turkey season is coming around again, and it’s a great opportunity for inexperienced hunters to get some experience in hunting. If you’ve got your license but have no idea what to expect on your hunt, here are a few tips. Choosing a Turkey Those days of fighting over frozen turkeys the day before Thanksgiving are […]

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Top Tips for Waterfowl Hunt Safety

Date posted: October 28, 2015

Safety should be every hunter’s top priority, whether they are hunting deer, bears, or fowl. Hunting on the water is very different from hunting on land, and it has its own set of safety requirements, and the risks associated with hunting from a boat can be mitigated by following just a few rules. Gun Safety […]

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Game Wardens and Their Role in Your Hunt

Date posted: October 23, 2015

Game Wardens play an important role in all types of hunting throughout Oklahoma. Wardens enforce fish and wildlife laws in order to protect hunters, and to ensure that the state’s abundant wildlife are preserved for generations to come. Qualifications Game Wardens are required to pass an examination before working for the state of Oklahoma. The […]

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Beginning Hunting 101: what you need to know

Date posted: October 19, 2015

Whether hunting waterfowl, turkey or whitetail deer, the excitement and adventure of the hunt draws new people every year. However, since hunting is a government regulated and potentially dangerous activity, there are certain things a newcomer needs to know, as well as things even experienced hunters should review. Hunter Safety Course A good place to […]

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Upland Hunting in Oklahoma

Date posted: September 28, 2015

Upland hunting in Oklahoma comprises bird hunting in high prairie and grassland regions of the state and typically runs from mid-November through February depending on the species. These regions are found across northern, central, and western Oklahoma into the panhandle. Ring-necked pheasants have a shorter season usually opening on December 1 and ending in early […]

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Waterfowl Hunting in Oklahoma

Date posted: September 23, 2015

Oklahoma is a wonderful haven for duck and goose hunting. Whether you are an experienced hunter or you’re just starting out, the area offers some of the best areas to hunt game birds in the United States. Here is some more information about Oklahoma waterfowl hunting, including the right seasons and areas in Oklahoma to […]

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Best Bird Hunting Dogs

Date posted: September 21, 2015

Discussing which breed of dog is better for hunting is kind of like comparing apples to oranges. Honestly, there are a lot of breeds that can be used for almost every type of game out there, however it’s important to know which breeds of bird dog are potentially better for the type of bird being hunted. Here’s […]

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