Scrape, Camera, ACTION!

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  Creating a mock scrape for trail cameras and hunting strategies By Jennifer Pudenz When it comes to pursuing or monitoring whitetail bucks, one of my favorite ways is through scrapes. Scrapes are a great way to initiate a reaction … Continued

Trail Cams: Whitetail Nutrition

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  A guide to maximizing your deer herd’s potential and monitoring their health By Audrey Pfaffe The season’s over. The antlers have fallen, and the ‘off-season’ has begun. It seems like general knowledge to a deer hunter that spring and … Continued

Tips: Face Paint

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To women hunters! What does wine and hunting have in common? Why, face paint! Like many other women, I love a good glass of wine and have plenty of corks around, often finding themselves as decorations in a vase. Using … Continued

Spring Cleaning Taxidermy

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Caring for your taxidermy mounts It might seem too early for spring cleaning… after all, it is only winter still. But as an outdoor enthusiast, I don’t know a time I’ve actually wanted to clean once spring has sprung. I’d … Continued

Trail Cams: Watch & Wait

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Trail camera use to know when to start shed hunting your area and following one buck through shed season Meet ‘Doughboy.’ With tall brows and a unique wave to his main beams, this buck is easy to identify thanks to … Continued

Stack the Racks

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  Shed hunting tips for out West By Karla Miller I’m never down to see hunting season come to an end. It’s kind of depressing! As soon as it’s over, I am seriously counting down the days until the opening … Continued

Trail Cameras: On the Hunt

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Trail camera strategies for fall hunting tactics Trail camera season tends to be thought of as summertime bachelor buck groups; however, these velvet stunners will often not be the bucks potentially walking by your stand come fall. Summer patterns quickly … Continued

Soap Tips for Scentless Season!

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  Scentless Season! Help keep yourself scentless and save money by replacing the regular hand soap in your bathrooms and kitchen with soap dispensers (can buy for less than $3) filled with your favorite scentless body wash. This allows you … Continued

Pre-Season Bow Tips

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5 ways to help you gain more accuracy before fall Many archers like to be constantly researching, analyzing and experimenting in hopes to continue improving their success rate in the field. We spend hours upon hours, if not days or … Continued

The Real Bachelors of Summer

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Scouting velvet bucks during the dog days It’s a phenomenon worthy of its status among serious deer hunters… the transformation a buck goes through during the antler-growing season. Within the deer family are the only animals with antlers, and antlers … Continued

Staying Grounded

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Bowhunting at a deer’s-eye view instead of from a tree No matter what outdoor magazine it is, most bowhunting deer articles usually assume the reader hunts from a tree stand, and fittingly so. However, you can also find deer hunting … Continued

Focus on the Does

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Hunt does to hone your bow skills If there’s one thing the hunting industry pushes, it’s trophy bucks, trophy bucks, TROPHY BUCKS. I’ll admit I was caught up in this mindset when I first started hunting. As soon as I … Continued

Stay Warm – Stay in the Game!

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Hunting is unpredictable. But that’s what we love about it. How you can go from being bummed and not seeing a thing one minute, to harvesting your largest buck the next. It’s amazing! Unfortunately, weather can be just as unpredictable … Continued

An Eye for Optics

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What to look for when hunting for a new pair of binoculars Every hunter who has spent enough time outdoors knows how important a good pair of binoculars is in their hunting arsenal. Since my husband, Matt, and I both … Continued