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  • Dec 20, 2016 :  Deer

    How to Find and Hunt Late Season Bucks

    If you've always hung up your bow at the end of peak rut you don't know what you’re missing. Even in our northern latitudes, some years you may have rut activity that lasts through the month of December and even in to January. Even if all the does have been bred, ambushing a buck on his way to a food source to replenish the fat he lost during the rut is one of Mark and Terry Drury's favorite tactics.
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  • Dec 13, 2016 :  Predator, Deer

    Wile-E May Be Killing Your Deer

    You would be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t agree with the fact that; “Coyotes are plentiful and their numbers are increasing almost everywhere throughout our country.” Their population boom east of the Mississippi during the past 40 years is especially impressive. Other predator numbers are also up throughout most of the country. No one likes the idea of coyotes managing their wildlife for them. Luckily there are a few things we can do to increase fawn survival rates and boost overall game species populations in general.
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  • Nov 30, 2016 :  Deer

    Packing on The Pounds

    Cold temperatures typically drive sugar production and turn brassica blends to their most palatable state. Once this happens expect this to be the hottest food source in the area. Brassicas are like candy to whitetails. Different brassicas tend to develop their sugar at different times. Radishes, rape, canola, turnips and kale are all great plantings, and if you have enough ground all should be planted. This way you will have the most attractive planting available for your herd regardless of the time or conditions.
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  • Nov 16, 2016 :  Conservation, Deer

    3 Benefits of Herd Management

    Most of us hunt in areas where the deer density is fairly high and there is no shortage of does to harvest on any given hunt. More people are getting on board with the quality deer philosophy and trying to do their part in managing herd numbers.
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  • Nov 16, 2016 :  Deer, ProStaff

    Learn How to Find Big Bucks

    When hunting trophy bucks becomes your profession as well as your recreation, you have to put in about as many hours, or more, than you do with a 9-5 job. I start shed hunting as soon as deer drop their antlers where I plan to hunt in the upcoming season. By shed hunting, I often can find sheds from big bucks that other hunters haven’t seen, so I know there’s a big buck in the area. All I have to do is find him.
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