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More Archery Fine Tuning

Thursday, September 6, 2018

By: Ted Nugent Some things in life are worth repeating. I tell Mrs. Nugent I love her every few hours. I bring her flowers often. I never pass her in a room without a quick hug and a smooch. I try to call my kids, grandkids, siblings and extended family as often as possible always repeating how much I miss them and love them. I snuggle and pet my beloved dogs Happy and Sadie and Coco most every hour throughout the day!

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SmallGame Season WarmUp

Thursday, August 30, 2018

By: Ted Nugent A huge Nuge goodluck huntseason 2018 to all my American hunting BloodBrothers across the hinterland! I know many of you are already kicking off the earliest seasons for deer, elk, pronghorn, moose, caribou, sheep, goats, bear, bison, muskox and even some of that exotic, always thrilling big game excitement in Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Texas and beyond. Heck, the earliest seasons for deer opened up in California and Florida back in July, and hunters have been chasing bear and pronghorn for a good month already. And of course, the glorious unlimited Texas exotic, hog, varmint and lion seasons run all year long! Ain’t it grand!

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I Have Met the Enemy And It Is Us

Thursday, August 23, 2018

By: Ted Nugent I truly love the American Dream! Especially my American Dream. You know, that wild and crazy, radical and controversial individual right to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness American Dream! With our much-anticipated glorious annual hunting season upon us, there is nothing ambiguous or confusing about life, liberty and our individual pursuit of Spirit of the Wild backstrap happiness, that’s for sure! Unfortunately, in these strange times of political correctness, government abuse of power and corruption and runaway fakenews everywhere, what is clearly truth, logic and commonsense to so many of us seems to confuse the living hell out of many of our fellow Americans.

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Archery/Bowhunting Basics Reminder

Thursday, August 16, 2018

By: Ted Nugent Nothing worthwhile comes easy. This is one of life’s many truisms that continually serves us well for time immemorial. My dear old dad relentlessly pounded many such quality of life colloquial ditties into my thick, mushy, youthful skull pretty much every day of my life! Lord have mercy do I ever look to the heavens and thank him and God daily! Be the best that you can be. Do a job right the first time so you don’t have to do it again. Keep your nose to the grindstone. Never give up. Aim small miss small! Anything worth doing is worth doing to the best of your ability. Tell me who you go with and I will tell you what you are. Never take the easy way out. Put your heart and soul into everything you do. When in life you come to a fork in the road, take it!

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Home Is Where My Hunting Heart Is

Thursday, August 9, 2018

By: Ted Nugent Ahhhhh…… Home sweet home! There are no words to adequately describe my love of being home. As I plunge joyfully into the 70th glorious fall hunting season of my life, I rejoice the soul cleansing dynamo of being home with my amazing Queen of the Forest soulmate wife Shemane, family and dogs on my sacred wildlife home turf more than you can possibly imagine. My phenomenal The Music Made Me Do It 2018 summer tour was the most fun, exhilarating, intense, musically outrageous and thoroughly gratifying tour of my life and I wouldn’t have traded all that running around, rocking, travel, flying, driving, hotel after hotel gig after gig for anything in the world.

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Politically Correct Ethics

Thursday, August 2, 2018

By: Ted Nugent Ethics is as personal a thing as anything in life. We all have a conscience and we all know what is right and what is wrong. Everybody is different and we are all capable of varying judgement calls, decisions and choices. We can all agree that the 10 Commandments and the Golden Rule are good basic guidelines for righteous, ethical conduct and behavior in a free society. When it comes to laws and regulations, especially in the hunting world, things start to get rather murky.

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The Fine Tuning of Archery Never Ends

Thursday, July 26, 2018

By: Ted Nugent I shoot arrows. I shoot a lot of arrows. I shoot a lot of arrows all the time. I love shooting arrows. I’ve been shooting arrows for more than 67 years! The mystical flight of the arrow turns me on and is good for you. I think I may very well have a chronic arrow addiction and I like it! Full-on concentration archery immersion takes us far, far away to a much better place and is good for the mind, heart, body, spirit, soul and psyche. When done properly with genuine Zen, Samurai dedication, life is better lived and fulfilled. Gungho archery epitomizes the physics of spirituality. Being that as it may, for this old arrow flinging bulls-eye addicted backstrapper, the archery and life battlecry of upgrade never ends. Excelsior!

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Keeping The Spirit All Year

Thursday, July 12, 2018

By: Ted Nugent The air was wet, dank, dark and intoxicatingly delicious and wondrous. To nonhunters it would have just been another boring, uninspiring, dull October day, but for us deerhunters, the most important day of our lives. I’m crazy lucky, or as some would say, crazy goofy, because every day of my life is the most important day ever, and when it happens to be in October in the sacred swamps of my Michigan family bowhunting heritage, it is off the charts thrilling, titillating and invigorating beyond words. My buckpole was already sagging in protein overdose hangage, but with a pocketful of much appreciated she-deer tags, my work was cut out for me. Killer SpiritWild VidCamDude Ethan Whisker and I were perched in a towering, ancient white oak tree overlooking a vast marsh, eternal swamp and muck-heaven deer paradise, and duty called to reduce the agriculture devastating and highway bloodying cervid infestation. And I had the arrows!

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Communication is Key

Thursday, July 5, 2018

By: Ted Nugent I often reference all this hyper modern high-tech electronic insanity as a good opportunity to gather round and celebrate this amazing global “electro campfire”! Everyone knows there is no better environment available to mankind than the down to earth, grounded openness of family and friends sharing our deepest thoughts, ideas, prayers, observations, laughter, emotions, dreams, beliefs and hopes around the eternal flames of a blazing, inspiring campfire. From the very outset of the Internet and all this intergalactic WiFi phenomenon, I have thoroughly enjoyed the heretofore unprecedented limitless communication capability in this digital age.

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Wildlife Science Battlecry

Thursday, June 21, 2018

By: Ted Nugent Celebrate the amazing wildlife management success story of North America and say Hallelujah and pass the backstraps like you mean it. It really wasn’t really that long ago when America woke up to the heartbreaking disaster of the irresponsible, runaway, indiscriminate market hunting slaughter of our precious wildlife. With bison nearly wiped out by a corrupt government program to eliminate the spiritual beast that supported the Native American culture and the near decimation of so many large and small game species for the world market, thank God a small but determined cadre’ of hunter/conservationists stepped up and sounded the alarm, thereby implementing the simple science of sustain yield and regulated harvests based on sound scientific productivity reality. Whew! That was a close one.

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