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Steve Sorensen

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Steve Sorensen of Russell, PA is an award-winning outdoor writer whose column, The Everyday Hunter®, offers hunting tips, strategies, and insights on how to think about hunting. His byline has appeared in the nation’s top hunting magazines including Outdoor Life, Sports Afield, Deer & Deer Hunting, Pennsylvania Game News, Fur-Fish-Game, North American Whitetail, Bear Hunting Magazine and more. He contributes regular website content to Legendary Whitetails and Havalon Knives and is a field editor for Deer Hunters Online. Steve is also in demand as an event speaker, presenting programs on do-it-yourself Alaska moose hunting, whitetail deer, wild turkeys, and eastern coyotes, with new programs coming. E-mail him at EverydayHunter@gmail.com to invite him to speak at your next sportsmen’s dinner (or to tell him where your best hunting spot is).

Why You Don’t Need One-Inch Groups

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Shooting from a dead-solid rest does not demonstrate your shooting ability at a live target. I was 12 or 13, and we were...

Score One for a Budding Conservationist

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Have you ever read a hunting story written by an 8-year old? A few weeks ago we were hoeing out the basement...

Women – Ready or Not, Here They Come!

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen In a nation that boasts about equal pay for equal work and female participation in the armed forces, should anyone be surprised...

Why Read “The Everyday Hunter®”?

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen A couple of years ago a reader complained that she was tired of seeing pictures of dead animals in my column. She...

Turkey Season Wrap-Up

Why was this season such a challenge? Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen If you did well in last month’s spring gobbler season, you’re either a very good turkey...

Trail Cameras – a Tool for Hunters and Non-Hunters

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Scouting for game is like detective work. Not so long ago hunters would tie a thread across a trail between a couple...

Who Pays for Wildlife?

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Strangely, those of us who hunt spring turkeys feel as though we have lots of competition. I say “strangely” because here in...

Conditions Change for Late Season Gobblers

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Late May is not too late to bring home your Thanksgiving dinner. No gobbler yet? There’s still hope. Plenty of it. Maybe your turkey...

How to Avoid Trouble with Hens

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen If you can’t beat the hens, here are three ways to join them. It’s going to happen again – too many hens for...

Why We Don’t Find More Shed Antlers

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen People think I’m an expert hunter because I write about hunting for newspapers and magazines. I never claim to be, and that’s...

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