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Steve Sorensen

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).

How I Won at “Bullet H-O-R-S-E”

Back when I was a kid we didn’t need no ’puter to play games. No X-Box, no Y-Box, not even a cereal box. We...
At this medium-sized gun show, about 20% of the tables displayed firearms.

The Everyday Hunter: What is a Gun Show?

The frustrations of cabin fever season have been magnified this year by restraints on virtually all normal activities, thanks to Covid-19. That’s why I...
Ammo cupboards are nearly bare in every sporting goods store as shooters wait impatiently for ammo.

Everyday Hunter: Shortages — My Perspective

A shortage has shooters fired up — a national shortage of ammunition and reloading components. Hunters are worried about it, but the ones it...
A young archery student has learned the proper release of the string.

The Perfect Place for Everything Archery

Archery “The mystical flight of the arrow” — that’s how Ted Nugent refers to the sport of archery. You may or may not be a...
A few months ago this young deer survived thanks to nourishment from its mother. Now it must work for its food, which provides much less nourishment than its mother’s milk.

Winter to Winter

What are deer doing now, while we complain about winter? While we feel a little chilly? While we turn up the heat or light...
Deer tend to stand out well against leaves and tree trunks darkened by wet weather and overcast skies.

The Everyday Hunter: Dark and Damp

Hunters are tackling the late season — really late — and the woods are certainly different than they were in November and early December....
A shoulder harness for your binoculars keeps them from bouncing against your chest and makes them easy to carry.

4 Reasons You Should Use a Binocular

Ask a hundred hunters if they own a bino and about ninety nine will say “Yes.” Almost every hunter owns a pair, but does...

Faith Matters: Give Yourself a Corona Christmas

We have coronas everywhere. Everyone loves them, but no one wants a particular corona — the virus that’s the cause of the 2020 pandemic. “Corona”...
This New York buck was the result of an adjustable game plan.

Tenderloins or Tag Soup

The key to success is often doing just a little more. Sportscasters talk about it all the time. The basketball player who stays after...
Way back when the author was a long-haired freaky person, his father taught him the head-down method of skinning. He has stuck with it.

Skinning Head Up Versus Head Down

Hanging a deer head up versus head down for skinning is always a hot topic among hunters. I doubt I can end this debate,...

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