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  • Jan 20, 2017 :  Deer, ProStaff

    You Need to Be Careful Not to Spook Late Season Deer

    Since Minnesota’s deer often bed close to their food sources, then having somewhere to put up a tree stand in between their food sources and their bedding areas, almost will be impossible. To solve this problem, we’ll usually get one of our friends to drive us along the field’s edge, so that the vehicle spooks the deer. Due to the deer bedding near the agricultural fields where we hunt, they see trucks and tractors regularly and aren’t as sensitive to being spooked by a vehicle as they are from hearing a hunter approach.
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  • Jan 19, 2017 :  Deer, ProStaff

    The Importance of Noticing Small Things in the Late Season to Be Successful

    Most often if you’re hunting in the afternoon in the late deer season, the does and the fawns will come into the field first. Then the smaller bucks will appear. Finally the big bucks you’re interested in taking will show up. To get a shot at a buck during the late season, you must be very conscious of all those deer noses, eyes and ears.
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  • Jan 18, 2017 :  Deer, ProStaff

    Mistakes Afield Amplify in Cold Weather

    I’m primarily a bowhunter, and I’m often asked how I draw effectively in below-zero weather. The first step I take is as soon as I get to my stand, I screw in my bow hanger. I want my bow to hang, so I have to make very little movement to take the bow off the hanger when I’m ready to make the shot. Many times a number of deer may be in front of me, and with all the leaves off the trees in the late season, the deer can spot just about any movement I may make. That’s why I keep my movements to a minimum.
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  • Jan 17, 2017 :  Deer, ProStaff

    Taking Care of Your Equipment in Extreme Cold Weather

    The secret to successful late-season deer hunting is dressing well and using numbers of handwarmers to stay comfortable, mobile and flexible for long periods of time in a tree stand. Since I hunt with a bow, I must be very conscious of keeping my muscles warm and flexible to make the shot, if and when a big buck deer comes in to where I’m waiting.
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  • Jan 16, 2017 :  Deer, ProStaff

    Pat Reeve on Taking Late Season Buck Deer

    Pat Reeve of southeastern Minnesota has been a Mossy Oak pro for almost a decade. His TV show that also features his wife is “Driven TV” on the Outdoor Channel. Reeve has been involved in outdoors television production for 25 years. Pat and Nicole hunt deer all across the U.S. and Canada.
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