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  • Jul 26, 2017 :  Conservation, How To

    Food Plot Preparation: Plan Ahead for Success

    Late July and August can be a very busy month for wildlife management chores. Dove season is right around the corner as well as archery season for deer. Formulating a plan this time of year on what, when, and where you are going to plant cool season plots can save time and frustration. Waiting until the very last minute and scrambling to find seed, equipment or fertilizer can be a major headache.
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  • Jul 20, 2017 :  How To

    8 Trail Cam Tips: How To Get Better Game Pictures

    Are you missing the best photos from your cameras? The back half of summer is in sight and every hunter is getting ready to deploy their trail camera arsenal to take inventory on their herd or find the giant they saw last season. We can all operate our cameras but you may be missing out on some incredible photos because of one small oversight. Check out these tips and tricks below for maximizing your trail camera shots.
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  • Jul 14, 2017 :  How To, Deer

    Deer Minerals: Tips for Keeping Whitetails Healthy

    If you put out minerals for your deer herd earlier in the spring, chances are it’s time to refresh those sites and make sure there is plenty available. Bucks are right in the middle of the antler growing process and does are heavy with the burden of carrying a fawn or two. This time of year can be taxing on a whitetails body as they need plenty of high protein forage and available minerals for optimum growth and health.
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  • Jul 10, 2017 :  Deer, ProStaff, How To

    Traveling for Bow Season

    Ernie Calandrelli of Youngstown, New York, has been hunting deer with a bow for 48 years and is the Public Relations Director for Quaker Boy Calls. He's been wearing Mossy Oak as long as there's been a Mossy Oak and has several different Mossy Oak patterns he wears to match the terrain where he hunts. He’s hunted 37 states, with 14 or 15 of those states for deer. Today, Calandrelli hunts Kansas, Georgia, New York, Missouri and Illinois. Most bowhunters choose one to five hunting sites, learn all they can about those areas and the deer that live there, and hunt those same places for years. Read More
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  • Jul 06, 2017 :  Deer, How To

    Deer Food Plot Tips: Creating Visual Barriers

    Have you ever had a really nice food plot that the deer just didn’t seem to use that much, especially during the daylight? One really easy way to encourage whitetails to use a food source is making them feel safe by planting a food plot screen like BioLogic Blind Spot. The older age class of both bucks and does can be really shy of big, open fields or food plots that are void of close cover. Here are a few suggestions you can try to make your food plots as effective as possible.
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