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Living with Lyme Disease

by Alli Armstrong 0

A number of well-known deer hunters and other outdoorsmen from across North America have contracted Lyme disease. Among those infected,… more »

The author tagged this Minnesota buck last September 19.

Early Season Deer Hunting: Get Off the Couch

by Tony Peterson 0

Seventeen feet below my tree stand, two young whitetail bucks slurped mucky pond water. One, with his 7-point rack, was… more »


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 »


20 Best Whitetail States for 2015

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

Ranging from Maine to Mexico and from the Northern Tier to the Deep South, whitetail deer are America’s most widespread… more »


Tips for Hunting Public Land Bucks This Season

by Hunter Galloway 0

Even though I’m only 16 years old, I’ve been fortunate enough to harvest several mature bucks off public land in… more »


How Moon Positions Impact Whitetail Movement

by Adam Hays 0

The first morning of a hunt is always filled with anticipation. And this one was no exception. I was nearly… more »

If extreme terrain capability is more valuable than cargo and work capacity, then look at the Yamaha Wolverine or Kawasaki Teryx machines.

How to Find the Right UTV for Hunting Whitetails

by Derrek Sigler 0

It’s no secret that side-by-side all-terrain vehicles, or UTVs, have become a part of the hunting landscape in a major… more »


When Should You Hang Your Treestand?

by P.J. Reilly 0

As summer settles in, many whitetail hunters across North America head out in the evenings to watch the deer they… more »


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 »


Dr. Deer: Why You Should Harvest More Does

by Dr. James C. Kroll 0

A great deal has changed in whitetail research and management, but nothing more striking than the concept of doe harvest…. more »

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