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Developing a Winter Trail Camera Strategy

by Bernie Barringer 0

When the hunting season ends, or all the tags are filled, most hunters pull their scouting cameras and toss them… more »

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Helping Your Deer Herd Through Winter

by Don Higgins 0

It was nearly 30 years ago that I started working on my property to improve the whitetail habitat. At that… more »

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Post Rut Hunting Big Bucks

by Mark Kayser 0

If you hope to succeed in any post rut hunting season, you need to abandon the strategy you employed during… more »

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5 Crazy Places to Find a Big Buck

by Mark Kayser 0

Dogs barking, kids screaming and horses whinnying isn’t the silence you envision in the whitetail woods. My treestand location, within… more »

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Whitetail 101: What Do Deer Eat?

by Dr. James C. Kroll 0

To the hunter, understanding what deer eat and how they adjust their diets over the year to meet changing nutritional… more »

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Dr. Deer: The Importance of Creating Thermal Deer Cover

by Dr. James C. Kroll 0

Check out this video in which Dr. James Kroll and Pat Hogan discuss the importance of creating the right bedding cover,… more »

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Best Spots for Bowhunting Missouri Trophy Bucks

by Darren Warner 0

Make no bones about it: There are a ton of bucks carrying massive bone in Missouri. And with over-the-counter licenses… more »

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3 Things to Know When Buying or Leasing Hunting Ground

by Steve Bartylla 0

I had an opportunity, and I took it. A friend was going to lease some ground near my home. Without… more »

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Best Ways to Attract Big Bucks to Your Land During the Rut

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

By the fall of 2014, hunter Chad McKibben had a detailed understanding of the feeding and movement patterns of a… more »

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What You Need to Know About Tick-Borne Illness

by David Hart 0

To most of us, ticks are just a necessary distraction from the things we love so much. We flick them… more »

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