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Guide to Off-Season Trail Cameras

Your Guide To Using Trail Cameras in the Offseason

by Mark Kenyon 0

I couldn’t believe my eyes. There were two bucks in the photo and they were both giants. Long, stout beams…. more »

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The Whitetail Addict’s Guide to Shed Hunting

by Mark Kenyon 0

I caught the flash of white in the corner of my eye as a shining white glow emerged from the… more »

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The Whitetail Addict’s Guide to Hunting Extreme Weather

by Mark Kenyon 0

Most times when we whitetail addicts dream of hunting season, we picture a crisp cool morning and a sparkling autumn… more »

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The Truth About Shed Hunting

by Mark Kayser 0

Do you remember the days when nobody gave a second glance at a shed whitetail antler? Farmers would pick them… more »

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Biggest Threats to Deer Populations in 2013

by Jason Herbert 14

As if hunters didn’t already have enough to worry about with things like scheduling time off work, finding a place… more »

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Is Now The Perfect Time for Hanging Treestands?

by Jason Herbert 2

As the early fall dawn started to peek through the trees, I had to wonder, am I in the right… more »

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7 Deer Hunting Accidents to Avoid

by Jason Herbert 4

An unfortunate reality of our sport is that sometimes it’s the hunters who don’t return home at night. Each year,… more »

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Anticipating Autumn: Early Deer Season Preparation

by Gordon Whittington 0

It’s never too early to start deer season preparation. Gordon Whittington gives us insight on some things you can do now for the fall.

When possible, trim lanes with a partner. Having a pair of eyes in the stand and a pair of shears on the ground can help ensure a clear lane that accounts for the body size and height of a whitetail.  Photo courtesy of Lon Lauber/windigoimages.com.

How To Trim Shooting Lanes for Hunting

by Thomas Allen 0

It was hot. I try not to recall too many details about my trips to the woods during the sultry… more »

In addition to writing a number of best-selling novels in the 1950s and '60s and two highly popular books on hunting in Africa, Robert Ruark wrote stories of his boyhood growing up in coastal North Carolina that have endeared him to millions of readers. Both books are still in print. Ruark died in 1965

Robert Ruark: Deer Hunting With ‘The Old Man’s Boy’

by Jim Casada 0

In the view of many serious students of American sporting literature, no writer has captured the joys associated with the outdoors in more vivid or enduring fashion than Robert Ruark. Several of his classic stories immortalize dog-Hunting for deer in the Deep South the way it used to be.

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