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    15 of the Best Educational Tools for New and Experienced Deer Hunters

    Deer hunting is a big world. And there's still much to learn for both new and experienced hunters. These 15 deer hunting interactive guides will do just that.

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    Millions of people across the country love the outdoors. Whether it’s hunting, fishing, hiking, etc., the great outdoors is loved by many. And chances are a good portion of those people would love to work in the outdoor industry. I’ve worked as an outdoor writer, editor, photographer, video producer, worked...

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Planting Annuals in Food Plots

The crew at Whitetail Properties discusses the benefits of fast-growing annual food plots like corn, soybeans, cereal grains and brassicas. Most of these plants are relatively easy to establish, and, with some careful planning, can provide year-around nutrition and attraction for your deer herd.


3 Reasons You Shouldn't Use a Decoy for Fall Turkey Hunting

The use of turkey hunting decoys in the fall is smart or stupid, depending. First, some reasons why you shouldn't use decoys when fall turkey hunting. 1. Either-Sex Turkey Hunts In many of the 42 states permitting fall turkey hunting, either-sex birds are legal to take.This means it's important to...


Squirrel Hunting Myths and Facts

[Editor's note: The author is a lifelong "Yankee." His comment is meant to be tongue-in-cheek.] Why some Yankees don’t squirrel hunt . . . Let’s look at the subtitle here, shall we, and jump right into this. There are lots of reasons why people, and yes, Yankees – those folk...


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15 Best States for DIY Deer Hunting in 2018

Are you the type deer hunter who enjoys hunting a new place every now and then? Have enough drive to do the occasional out-of-state hunt? Whether this is your first non-resident DIY hunt, or you’re 100th, we’ve got the ranking system that helps find the right place for you. Derived...


7 Bad Archery Shots Not to Take on a Deer and What to Expect If You Do


Planting a Food Plot from Start to Finish

With a soil sample complete, Jeff Evans and Ryan Bland move on to the next step in creating a new food plot: spraying. Bland talks about his favorite chemical blend for spraying a plot, and the benefits of adding dye and crop oil to the mix. Spraying your plots prior...


Supplemental Feeding Does and Fawns During Spring and Summer

This time of year, it's easy to think about big-racked velvet bucks and forget about does and fawns. What most don't realize, though, is getting fawns off to a good start has the potential to influence their future antler development for the better. And we certainly want to take care...


Another Way to Find Somewhere to Deer Hunt

Finding a place to hunt is continuously becoming harder and harder to do. It's certainly led to a decline in hunter numbers over the last decade. Kip Campbell with Red Arrow TV is here to share a message and help with that. Don't Miss: The Parts of the Compound Bow...


The Best Tip for Archery Practice

The common cliché that "practice makes perfect" is only a half-true statement. It should be, "perfect practice makes perfect." See what Kip Campbell with Red Arrow TV has to say about practicing for fall. Don't Miss: The Parts of the Compound Bow Are you a bowhunter wanting to learn how...


A Grizzly Bear Hunt That Turned Deadly

Since he was a hopeful teenager working at Fred Bear Archery in Gainesville, Florida, Fred Eichler dreamed that one day he’d get to hunt the species of remarkable creatures that were mounted on the company walls. That became a reality. Even though Eichler first had a unique and exciting polar...


David Blanton Hunts a Giant Bighorn Sheep

Back in 2010, David Blanton drew a once-in-a-lifetime tag for a Montana bighorn sheep hunt. This is one of the toughest tags to draw. Watch the hunt and enjoy as he fulfills a lifelong dream. Don't Miss: The Sheep Hunting Slam | The 4 World Record Sheep by Subspecies Are...


How to Make 15-Dollar Watering Holes for Deer

Water is one of the three basic needs of a white-tailed deer — perhaps the most important, as studies have shown deer generally go to water before they go to food when they rise from their beds in the evening. It’s very common knowledge, yet often overlooked during the hunt...


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