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  • Mar 29, 2017 :  How To, Conservation, Deer

    Managing Whitetails with Minerals

    A very simple but favorite management chore of mine in the spring is establishing new mineral sites. The anticipation of what might show up that year as the antlers begin to develop is always super high. I have even found myself in the past few years putting out mineral rocks and supplements in urban landscapes and backyard woodlots just to see what deer frequent the area even though I have no intention of hunting there.
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  • Mar 27, 2017 :  Turkey, How To

    Tips for a Successful Turkey Hunt

    Something that I’ve learned is that the first thing in the morning when a tom gobbles, he’ll be listening more intently than at any other time of day. He’s not only listening to hear hens call, he’s also listening to hear any signs of danger. I’m totally convinced that a turkey can hear and understand what a hunter in the woods sounds like, and where he is.
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  • Mar 22, 2017 :  Turkey, How To

    Simple Tips For Tough Toms

    While there are numerous important points that can mean the difference between a 25-pounder hanging on a limb by its spurs and an unused tag, the following three subjects are among the most vital.
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  • Mar 15, 2017 :  How To, Conservation

    Controlling Weeds with 6 Easy Steps

    A weed-free food plot tucked into the woods somewhere is a beautiful sight. So how do you keep those pesky weeds out of your favorite spot? BioLogic’s new Weed Reaper Grass Control is designed to knock out all those unwanted annual and perennial grasses that are so common in food plots.
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  • Mar 02, 2017 :  Conservation, How To

    Techniques to Improve Mast Production

    Whether it’s persimmon, cherry, crabapple, white or red oaks, or you’re lucky enough to have chestnuts, it’s amazing the yield of wildlife food you can coax out of your habitat. Without ever planting a food plot, and by spending very little, you can entice your trees into producing tons of food for your wildlife simply with a chainsaw, pruner and a little fertilizer.
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