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  • Dec 19, 2016 :  Hunting, ProStaff

    Samantha Wolfe’s Elk of a Lifetime

    You don’t have to name your dog Mossy to be part of the Mossy Oak family. You don’t have to have your senior high school project include using Mossy Oak logos. You don’t have to have an almost totally Mossy Oak wardrobe to be a Mossy Oak pro, however, all these actions help. “My real name is Samantha, but everybody calls me Sam,” says 21-year-old Mossy Oak Pro Samantha Wolfe from Lincoln, North Dakota. “I’ve been hunting as far back as I can remember.”
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  • Dec 16, 2016 :  ProStaff, Hunting

    Clint Lindemann’s Story of Friendship and Hunting

    I believe that the friend who shot me took that accident much harder than I did. After the accident, the two of us have remained good friends. When he got married, he asked me to be a groomsman in his wedding. He was one of my hunting buddies before the accident, and he’s one of my hunting buddies today.
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  • Dec 15, 2016 :  Hunting, ProStaff

    You Can Return to the Outdoors If You’ll Adapt, Overcome and Conquer

    Last year I started shooting a shotgun and found a way to adapt it to my rifle mount. I hope to be able to take a pheasant or grouse this fall. The shotgun is primarily used to shoot moving targets like pheasant and grouse, and I'm able to move my shoulder enough to position the gun out in front of the bird and then pull the trigger. When I shoot the shotgun, it’s quite a dance to see, because there are so many different moving parts before I can get the gun in position to pull the trigger. I also hope to be able to shoot my shotgun well enough to shoot targets at the trap range.
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  • Dec 09, 2016 :  ProStaff

    30 Years of Mossy Oak: Dan Moultrie

    In those early days, I saw that Toxey and his employees were as passionate about the outdoors as we were at Moultrie, so we talked about our passion for the outdoors. Toxey even started using the word “passion” to help brand his company. In the early days, I also noticed that Toxey attracted quality people to work at Mossy Oak, and these people were the same kind of people and had the same qualities as I knew my friend Bob Dixon had. There never was a doubt in my mind that Mossy Oak would grow and become a highly successful business.
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  • Dec 08, 2016 :  ProStaff, Hunting

    What to Do When the Cow Is Down

    A resident elk tag costs just under $50, and a mule deer tag is about $32. If I have both tags and hunt during bow season, I can take a bull elk, a cow elk or a mule deer for less than $100 as a resident. If I'm unsuccessful taking a bull elk during bow season, I don’t have to eat that bull tag or take a raghorn bull during bow season, because it converts into a cow tag. I really don’t want to waste a bull tag during early season knowing that I can take a cow during the late season.
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