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This weeks blog will be exposing some of the hottest topics of night hunting: 1 - Is a red or green light best for hog hunting? 2 - Is a red or green light best for predator hunting? 3 - Is a red or green light best for varmint hunting? This age old question has some of the strongest, most opinionated answers that vary from amateurs to professionals. Normally I would give a short answer to this question upfront but due to the continued controversy we receive from our friends, followers, customers and even family, the answer will come after...

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This past weekend we made our way out to Miles, TX for the first annual Youth Varmint Hunt. Nearly 100 kids were out in the field competing this weekend for heaviest fox, most headshots, and most points. The teams started rolling in around 10am the next morning. As the animals were unloaded we quickly realized that the next generation of hunters are some dang good shots! 

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There's been lots of hunting contests going on in recent weeks. We love this time of year because there's always something to learn by seeing how others hunt. One contest in particular caught our attention and we decided to sponsor it!

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As deer hunting comes to a close and the temperatures continue to drop, predator hunting contests come around in full swing. Most predator hunting contests occur between January and March. As a tribute to the start of contest season, we are focusing this week’s blog on tips and tricks to help succeed in your local coyote calling contest.

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