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Tested: OtterBox Trooper LT 30 Soft-Sided Cooler in Realtree EDGE

Watch this video from the recent spring turkey season as Phillip Culpepper reviews the OtterBox Trooper LT 30 Soft-Sided Cooler in Realtree EDGE . It features the same OtterBox quality, reliability and smart design features that made its phone cases so popular. The Trooper LT 30 features a largemouth opening...


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Realtree United Country Spotlight: New York, Tennessee, Missouri, Idaho and Arizona Hunting Land for Sale

Realtree United Country Hunting Properties is pleased to announce a new partnership that will provide a resource to the hunter seeking hunting land of their own. This is the second installment of a bi-weekly spotlight. Check out the showcasing of properties below. You may also go to RealtreeUC.com to see...


Mess Hall Mixtures: 5 Food Plot Combos for Full-Season Attraction

Who doesn’t like seeing – and shooting – more and bigger deer? Ultimately, that’s the purpose of a food plot. Holding deer on your hunting ground throughout the season protects them from neighboring hunting pressure, and that helps to improve the herd’s age structure and increases your own odds of...


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10 Archery Mistakes That Can Result in Injury or Death

Mistakes. We all make them. But these are the types of mistakes you don’t ever want to make. Sure, you or whoever is affected might come back from it. But you (or they) might not. Take precautions and use common sense to prevent these 10 things from happening to you...


Midwest Whitetail: Micro-Plot Update, Camera Tips

Ever planted a poor man's plot? Want to know more about it? Bill Winke gives insight on it in this episode of "Midwest Whitetail." He gives specifics on fertilizer, pelletized lime and the details on planting a micro plot. Jared Mills discusses different trail-camera tips. He then goes into detail...


Whitetail TV: Blades and Flyers Confirmed Dead

"Whitetail TV" welcomes Owen Reigler to the team. Hailing from southern Iowa, he knows big deer. He lives in an area where they're very common, and his footage shows it. In his debut, he discusses some of the bucks that made it through the 2018-19 season. He also talks about...


Is Your Budget Ready to Buy Hunting Land?

It’s gotten harder to find the perfect piece of hunting property, but it’s far from impossible. Realtree United Country’s land pros are here to represent avid hunters and prospective land buyers, but investing in property is a big decision – and there some gut-check questions to ask of yourself before...


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Build Your Own: 7 Tips for an Ultimate Home Shooting Range

The old saying “practice makes perfect” is never truer than when it comes to shooting. But who has time to load up and run to the closest shooting range a few times per week? And once there, you get to deal with the constant crowds, the tactical Range Rambos, the...


7 Tips to Lease Hunting Land on a Budget

Some hunters prefer to hunt public land. Others gain permission to hunt private. And some choose to hunt with outfitters. If you don’t like those three options, and you prefer to do the work yourself, you’ll have to lease or buy land. Maybe buying your own piece of hunting land...


Tested: Midway USA Stealth Clothing Line

Hunting clothes. Let’s be honest. A lot of them out there are crap. From cheap fabrics to poor features, we’ve all worn our fair share of inferior garments. But Realtree partners with the best to ensure quality isn’t an issue. One such partner is Midway USA . It licenses Realtree...


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10 Best Food Plot Planting Tips

Raising. Growing. Cultivating. All hard tasks. Just ask mothers, fathers and alfalfa farmers. Or, check with a food plot planter. They know it, too. You’d think it simple to get a green shoot to appear, thrive and grow tall. But it isn’t. And therefore, it’s good to follow best practices...


The Ultimate Food Plot Plan

Life can be difficult for the landowner and/or land manager . But growing food plots and providing year-round nutrition for whitetails can dramatically add to your success as a deer manager as well as a hunter. Simply put, whitetails are going to be where the “groceries” are, and providing easy...


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