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5 Steps to a Successful Food Plot

Food is a driving force of our daily life, and for good reason. After all, we are animals and all animals have to eat. So how does this affect us in hunting the animals we hunt? It really boils down to the food. In wildlife management, food plots are an...


10 Things to Use as Food Plot Screens

There was one particular food plot deer always used in daylight. The rest of my food plots looked like a vacant motel scene. But I couldn’t quite figure out why this one particular food plot produced so much daytime action. What did that one have that the others didn’t? All...


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5 Reasons Wildlife Benefits from Timber Harvests

Just purchased a new hunting property through Realtree United Country ? Trying to help someone else make big decisions on their hunting land? Selective timber harvest is a very important part of the habitat management puzzle. Here are reasons wildlife benefits from timber harvests.


Midwest Whitetail: Stands to Avoid, Public Land Scouting

You'll find some full-bore turkey action up front. Then we'll dive into some deer hunting know-how as Bill Winke discusses stands to avoid, and why. Lastly, Josh Sparks goes on a public-land scouting mission to learn as much as he can. After all, that's the gig during the off-season. Hunt...


Whitetail TV: Adrenaline-Packed Season Highlight

The 2018-19 deer season was a blast. Big deer were seen. Big deer were filmed. Big deer hit the ground. It was a raging success. From the North, to the South, Whitetail TV produced a lot of successful hunts. Here is a brief recap of some of the best. And...


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DIY Project: How to Make Turkey Beard and Spur Ropes

It’s the gobble that pulls us out there, but it’s the adrenaline rush that keeps us there. And it’s the sight of that magnificent bird, just before we set him to flopping, that makes the whole thing worthwhile. But after it’s all over with, we have things left over. What...


No Time, No Problem: Late-Season Turkey Hunting Tips

Yep, spring turkey season is in the last stage in some parts of the country. In places like New Hampshire and even Nebraska, it runs until the end of May. Maine closes at the end of shooting hours on June 1 this year. Late-season turkeys can respond differently to your...


Watch a Gobbling and Strutting Wild Turkey Hen

"As a die-hard turkey hunter," Anthony Virga says in the video, "having what we had happen just now, is absolutely incredible." A strutting and gobbling wild turkey hen captured on video? Yeah, it's pretty uncommon (see another video below showing this as well). Does this wild turkey hen strut and...


Spring Thunder: Wild West Success

Check out this video as the whole Realtree crew heads West for Merriam's. Many encounters, and awesome turkey hunts, await the guys. Watch all Spring Thunder episodes here . More Realtree turkey hunting . Follow Realtree on Facebook .


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5 Weird Ways to Kill a Turkey

I like change. I realize many people don’t. But being that I do, I like trying different methods of hunting. Over the years, enjoyment for trying different tactics has opened up doors to new ways of killing turkeys . And some of them might sound weird . All of that...


Problems and Solutions with Planting Food Plots in the Woods

You got permission to hunt a property. You leased a piece of land. Maybe you even purchased your own hunting oasis through Realtree United Country . Now, spring is over. The hot summer sun is upon us. And sweat drips down on the regular. Hard work is hard enough already...


Heads of State: All About State-Record Bucks

Record bucks. They aren’t what drive hunters to the woods each year. But they captivate our thoughts. They all have a story. Do you know what your state record whitetails are? Wonder what other states produced? Here is every state record whitetail in the country. If it’s a record holder,...


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