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

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

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