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  • Sep 28, 2017 :  Deer, ProStaff, How To

    5 Early Season Deer Hunting Tips

    early season trophy buck

    For years bowhunters have debated about bowhunting deer during the early season. When is the best time of day to hunt? Should I only hunt evenings? Does calling deer during early season work? Can you harvest a mature buck early season? Those are just a few of the many questions hunters ask before getting in the stand for the first time of the year.
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  • Sep 27, 2017 :  Conservation, Deer

    Facts on Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease in Deer

    What can an outbreak of EHD (epizootic hemorrhagic disease) do to the whitetail population in Ohio if a wide scale infection occurs? Are we on the verge of a widespread deer kill or will Mother Nature control the spread through weather and killing frost? What can hunters do? How is this viral infection caused? Read More
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  • Sep 27, 2017 :  Deer, Conservation, How To

    Can Mule Deer Be Managed Effectively?

    mule deer at watering trough

    A growing number of mule deer hunters are catching on to the fact that they can dramatically improve the quality of their herd and hunting opportunities by employing the same tried and true management methods of the QDMA. Just like whitetails, mule deer need food, water, cover and a spot where they are left alone. In recent years, I’ve been paying close attention to a ranch in Wyoming and how they have progressed. What they have learned over time about mule deer management only reinforces the spot-on philosophies of the QDMA.
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  • Sep 27, 2017 :  How To, Deer

    Planting Food Plots Out West for Blacktails, Mule Deer and Elk

    Now we’re seeing hunters in Washington State and Oregon planting green fields for blacktailed deer. We also have some hunters in the West planting green fields for mule deer. Mule deer travel more than whitetails do, but the muleys still like something green to eat. The hunters who have planted BioLogic are reporting good success with feeding different types of deer. So, the use of green field plantings has proved over the years to be very effective in wildlife management programs for hunters who have permission to plant green fields on the lands they hunt.
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  • Sep 26, 2017 :  Deer, How To

    Best Way to Attract Deer for Trail Cameras

    Baiting deer for good trail camera pictures is a good idea. There are a lot of good options for attracting deer. Regardless of what you decide to put out, location is key to successful deer baiting.
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