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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 Animals Die

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Take a walk in the woods and it won’t be long before you discover a mystery. You’ll find a dead animal, and...

Acorns Will Be Scarce

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Many hunters remember the devastating gypsy moth infestation of the 1980s. Enormous forested areas in the east were denuded of leaves, resulting...

The Everyday Hunter; A Funny Thing Happened on My Way to Hunt Rabbits

Let me tell you about my high school football days. I decided not to play football. Right away I ruled out some giant football...

Pretty Foil Floaters Rain Danger on Wildlife

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Every year while hunting spring gobblers I find balloons. They aren’t hot air balloons. Those are an amazing sight, it would be...

Does Patience Kill Turkeys?

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen “Patience has killed more turkeys than anything else.” I don’t who said it first, but it gets repeated a lot, even by...
About 10 years separated my first and second gobblers. If my turkey hunting didn’t improve, at least my photo skills did.

Everyday Hunter: The Learning Curve of a Turkey Hunter

Compared to deer hunting, turkey hunting has a short legacy. Although turkeys were important to Native Americans, market hunting through the 1700s and 1800s...
Even if you find only hens, the gobblers will know they’re there.

Speed Scouting — a Three-Step Plan

We’re on the threshold of the spring gobbler season. Spring duties of yard cleanup, window washing, garage cleaning, garden planting, and other valid excuses...

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...

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