The Quest for Big Boy, Jr. – Part I

In 2013, I killed the biggest buck of my life. We chased him for two years, with no in-person sightings. Only trail camera pictures proved his existence. But on opening day of rifle season, my .30-06 ushered in his demise the first, and only, time he was seen in-person. “Big…

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Whitetail Weekly with Ryan Miloshewski

By Ryan Miloshewski October 19-26, 2014: The Pre-Game Welcome back to another edition of “Whitetail Weekly,” folks! With each passing day we are inching closer to the frenzy and fervor that is the whitetail rut—and I couldn’t be more excited. We received positive feedback on my first post, but some…

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Whitetail Weekly with Ryan Miloshewski

By Ryan Miloshewski Greetings all! This is the first post of a new weekly installment for Mahoney Outdoors E-Magazine, called “Whitetail Weekly.” In it, I will provide weekly updates on sightings, activity, rut status, and predictions on whitetail deer movement in Missouri (mostly central MO, as that is where I…

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Fall: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

By Ryan Miloshewski      The local weather forecast is calling for highs in the 50’s, with crisp, cool mornings and beautiful sunshine. Football is in full swing. The MLB postseason is starting, featuring my hometown Cardinals and cross-state Royals. NHL hockey will start in the coming week. Sycamores and…

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Republic High School wins Missouri bass championship

By John Neporadny Branson, Mo.—Missouri high school anglers made history by competing in the Bass Pro Shops Open Championship of High School Fishing June 7-8 at Table Rock Lake. The event was the first tournament ever held for high school teams signed up with the Missouri State High School Activities…

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Southern Shootout – Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship

By Garrett Cates Pickwick Lake, Alabama – May, 2014 The Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship is one of the greatest competitions held for college level bass fishing. This year, there were 158 two-man teams competing from over one hundred different schools.  Representing Kansas State University, my partner Graham Howard and…

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Running and Gunning: Key Tips for the Impatient Turkey Hunter

On opening day of the spring 2014 Missouri turkey season, I killed one of my largest gobblers to date.  It was also one of the latest gobblers I’ve ever taken, having shot him at 12:30pm.  I am quite content sitting in a blind and waiting for turkeys to come to…

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