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  • Jan 06, 2017 :  How To, Deer

    Post Season Management Tips

    With only a few weeks left in the deer season, it is a good time to start thinking about what can be done to improve your property, lease, or hunting club during the late winter. For folks that are really looking to improve body weights, antler growth, and overall health in their deer herd, the late winter is a great time to start supplemental feeding.
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  • Dec 27, 2016 :  Deer, How To

    Late Season Scent Strategies

    Late season is a great time to intercept bucks cruising for that last receptive doe. If breeding has been finished for some time you may be better off appealing to their curiosity or hunger, but estrus scents like Special Golden Estrus or breeding scents like Active Scrape can work well this period. Plain buck or doe urine or food smells like corn scent, essence of apple or acorn lure can also be successful.
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  • Dec 07, 2016 :  How To, Conservation

    4 Tips When Planting Trees For Wildlife

    Various mast producing trees such as oaks and fruit trees are a great way to provide additional food to the wildlife on your property in key areas. Keep these tips in mind to ensure success.
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  • Nov 23, 2016 :  Hunting, How To

    5 Tips for Improving Your Spot

    With most every state’s hunting season in full swing, GameKeepers are spending hard earned time in the stand. After a few hours of treestand time, you might start noticing a few adjustments that could improve your hunting success. Whitetails are constantly adjusting to food and habitat changes and so should you. Here are 5 considerations to improving your stand and hunting success.
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  • Oct 25, 2016 :  Deer, How To

    Plan Your Stand Approach

    Even if you have the best spot in the world, if you alert whitetails to your presence before you get there, it really doesn’t matter. Stand approach is an often overlooked aspect of the hunt. You must get to your ambush site without alerting any animals. Obviously wind direction and thermal current have to be considered, but masking your sounds and making sure you’re not seen are equally important. There are many strategies that can be implemented, but getting to your stand undetected is paramount to your success.
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