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Team DHC Articles
Why Do I Hunt?
If you asked me at the start of my hunting career, why do I I hunt, it might have sounded something like this: I just want to shoot something, you know, rabbits, pheasants, ducks, trees and maybe just dumb old rocks. I’m sure many of you had the same goals as I did way back then...
A Decade With the Dangerous Clowns.
A bow and arrows, even the most modern ones, do not instill a great deal of confidence when over 300 pounds of humorous evil is staring right at you. What immediately runs through the mind of those who have one is, ‘I could be in deep do-do, here."
Antlers or Horns?
Many people use the term horns when referring to a whitetail bucks rack. In fact, horns are made out of keratin and they grow and stay in place for the rest of an animals life (unless cut off).