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Kieser Outdoors

kenny_hat_blog2Kenneth L. Kieser is a man of the West, a Missouri outdoorsman who's family's history goes back to Jessie James, and even to the early days of Deadwood, Dakota Territory. He is an award-winning outdoor writer of 30 years with several thousand bylines in newspapers and magazines. He takes over as president of the Southeastern Outdoor Press Association in October, 2009. His popular Western novel, "Ride the Trail of Death," is available through most bookstores or online.



Kieser Outdoors

Memories of a Squaw Creek Hunt Help Keep Out February’s Cold

Memories of a Squaw Creek Hunt Help Keep Out February’s ColdFor many of us, living with February's snow, ice and bitter cold means spending your evenings and weekends inside. Oh sure, there's odd jobs to do, and if you're lucky enough to be a hunter you have the pleasure of sorting through your gear, reboxing shotgun shells, maybe touching up your decoys with a dab of paint, or organizing your hunting photos.
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A Walk Down Memory Lane With My Childhood Heroes, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans

A Walk Down Memory Lane With My Childhood Heroes, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans

For me, Saturday morning television in the 1950s and 1960s always included Sky King, a few cartoons and the remarkable Roy Rogers and Dale Evans show. They were movie and recording stars long before the invention of television. Many from that era cla...

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Not Just Your Ordinary Hunting Camp

Not Just Your Ordinary Hunting Camp We were pheasant hunting in Iowa. Our hunting party, including several Nashville entertainers, had spent the day in the northwest Iowa native prairie grass strips of Loess Hills Preserve.

I was with Country music artists Andy Griggs, Jason Brown, Jaso...
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Iowa Pheasant: It Doesn’t Get Much Better

Iowa Pheasant: It Doesn’t Get Much Better Rhythmic motion pulsated through stands of native prairie grass, molded from breezes perhaps touched by kindred spirits that once hunted the northwest Iowa plains. Native American tribes and settlers moving west searched these rolling hills for food....
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