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Reboot Your Brain: New Ways of Looking at Old Woods

by Patrick Meitin 0

As the years come and go, every deer hunter eventually experiences a slow one. Reality is that the whitetail world… more »

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How to Identify and Hunt Deer Crossings

by Mark Kayser 0

Reminiscent of a nerve-wracking scene from the blockbuster movie “American Sniper” — minus the threat of return fire, that is… more »

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How to Pattern and Kill Your Target Buck

by Steve Bartylla 0

When the buck I was hunting stepped out, I almost couldn’t believe my eyes. There, gift-wrapped at 100 yards, was… more »

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Mind Games: How to Outthink a Trophy Buck

by Mike Rex 0

Like humans, deer aren’t all cast from the same mold. Some are passive or shy, while others appear almost aggressive…. more »

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How to Steer Deer Closer to Your Stand

by Mark Kayser 0

Look up the dictionary definition of manipulate and you’ll see words like influence, maneuver and direct. These words rarely come… more »

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What to Look for During Summer Whitetail Scouting

by North American Whitetail Online Staff 0

We’ve all seen them. The boys of summer, bachelor groups of whitetail bucks basking in the summer heat and gorging… more »

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How to Hunt Impossible Stand Locations

by Steve Bartylla 0

When the perfect ambush location offers anything but the perfect stand setup, use these tricks to overcome the odds and bag your trophy buck.

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Surefire Tips for Hunting Pop-Up Blinds Effectively

by Patrick Meitin 0

I’d bowhunted from pop-up blinds before, mostly for turkeys and pronghorns. I’d also enjoyed successful pop-up ventures in a couple… more »

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7 Tips for the Weekend Hunter

by David Hart 0

Weekends in November mean one thing to you: deer hunting. Come Saturday, you’ll be perched in a tree somewhere in… more »

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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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