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Hunting With a Disability

My name is Greg Traynor and I am a hunter with a disability. In 1999, at the age of 31, I had a diving accident. As a result, I am paralyzed from the chest down with limited arm movement. I use a power wheelchair for mobility, adapted hunting equipment and a service dog. Of course,…

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The End of Spring Turkey Season 2013

We would like to congratulate all of the hunters who successfully tagged a spring gobbler in the 2013 season! Here are a few photographs of some WILD Jaeger Team members who managed to take a spring gobbler. Now that Turkey season is almost over here in the United States, we can soon turn our attention…

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A LOOK BACK AT THE 2012 Season

By Jason (The WildMan) Hutcheson It was opening day of the 2012-2013 deer season and I was at work. I sat in the truck playing back the perfect scenario in my mind. A monster buck chasing a doe 20 yards from my stand. Of course, it had stopped to give me the perfect 20 yard…

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Do It Even Though You’re Afraid!

By  Angie Arthur Figure 1 “Photo” WILD Jaeger Pro Staff Angie Arthur I always wanted to learn how to shoot long range, but never had the guts or the opportunity to attend a school. I had checked into the various schools and found that they were rather expensive, and from the pictures I seen there…

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Broadheads, Fixed or Mechanical

By Jason (The Wildman) Hutcheson Ohio Pro-Staff member and Mark Wiskerke, a WILD Jaeger International Pro Staff member For years now, there has been a battle over which broadheads work the best, fixed blade or mechanical heads.  With all the broadheads on the market today, there are 3 important questions you should be asking. Are…

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Austin’s Buck

By Austin Young My name is Austin Young.  Hunting has always been a huge passion and obsession for me, beginning around the age of six. I have been hunting for almost 10 years now and am about to turn sixteen.  Although I could talk about fifty or more hunting encounters, my proudest moment as a…

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Early Season Scouting

By Jason “Wildman” Hutcheson With archery season right around the corner, I find myself sitting on different job locations looking out in the crop fields for deer. I started scouting the first week of August and will continue till the 2nd week of September. There are many advantages to scouting, but some disadvantages as well.…

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Are You Ready?

By Greg Traynor As summer comes to a close, I find myself constantly thinking about the first day of archery season. I guess you could call it an obsession. Figure 1 “Photo” Greg Traynor in full camo in his Action TrackChair, archery hunting. I like to call myself a bow hunter and not an archer.…

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White-tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus)

White-tailed deer are the most common deer in the Western Hemisphere with 39 subspecies of this animal known to exist. Native to the United States (all but 5 states), Canada, Mexico, Central America and South America (as far as Peru). It has been introduced into New Zealand and some countries in Europe such as Finland…

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Archery Mule Deer Close to Home

By Dason  Lasater I leaned forward and peaked around the last sage bush very slowly. If my planning and calculations were correct, I should be able to see the big buck any step now, or half a step as the case was. I eased forward six inches at a time, primed and ready for a…