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  • Nov 15, 2016 :  Deer, ProStaff

    Know Secrets for Taking Big Bucks on Public Lands

    I took the biggest white-tailed buck I’d ever harvested last year (2015) off one of my public land honey holes. I shot the buck with a TenPoint crossbow, and he scored 195-6/8. I found that buck about 3 miles from the closest access road to this public land. Every day I hunted him I’d hike in 3 miles and out 3 miles. I named this buck Blackie. His antlers were only one shade lighter than black. I’d been watching this buck grow his antlers on my Stealth cameras for 3 years before I took him.
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  • Nov 14, 2016 :  ProStaff, Deer

    Robbins Scouts in the Summer for Fall Bucks

    I try to find really big bucks during the summer months, and once I locate an older-age-class buck, whether he’s a mule deer or a whitetail, I want to spend as much time as I can learning where he lives, what he eats, and where he moves. I’m a husband, a father and a cattle rancher, but every morning before and just at daylight, I spend my time finding and observing big deer. I also spend every afternoon after my chores are done, finding and observing big deer.
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  • Nov 10, 2016 :  Deer, ProStaff

    What Advice Gene Wensel Has for Hunters about Taking Big Bucks

    Realize that you won’t take an older-age-class buck if you're not hunting land where one lives or passes through. Most hunters spend more time hunting than they do scouting, but the first step to taking a big buck is to find that big buck first. Then gain permission to hunt on or lease the property where that big buck lives. The easiest and the best time to find a big buck is long before the season arrives.
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  • Nov 09, 2016 :  Deer, ProStaff

    The Toughest Buck Gene Wensel Has Taken

    I've hunted a lot of really tough bucks. I've hunted some bucks much smarter than me. I've hunted some big bucks that aren’t very smart at all. So, age and antler size don’t necessarily equate to a buck’s ability to dodge hunters. The antlers of some of the smartest bucks that live to be in the older-age-classes only may score 120 inches, due to their genetics dictating how big or how small their antlers will be.
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  • Nov 08, 2016 :  Deer

    The Irresistible Chestnut

    Scrape activity is starting to pick up in the North and Midwest and can be a great place to get trail cam pictures and inventory your deer herd. Drought conditions in much of the south has led to poor early fall food plots and deer are relying on acorns right now for much of their food. Another great way to get trail camera pictures during the fall and winter is using an attractant with a high carbohydrate and protein content. Chestnut Magic is a great new attractant that is not only attractive to whitetails but also very nutritious.
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