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The Five-Percent Buck

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

In the late summer of 2013, Ohio bowhunter Chad McKibben began collecting trail camera pictures of an exceptionally wide, heavy… more »

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Avoid Ground Shrinkage with This Simple Formula

by Dr. Grant Woods 0

By mid-July, many whitetail hunters are sharing trail-camera pictures of bucks with large antlers covered in velvet. Folks will be… more »

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4 Clutch Shots Every Bowhunter Must Master

by Bill Winke 0

Of the last 22 bucks I have shot at, my average shot distance was 29.4 yards. My shortest shot was… more »

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Now’s the Time for Big Antlers

by Dr. Grant Woods 0

When most folks talk about big antlers during March, they are referring to sheds. Most bucks throughout the whitetail range… more »

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Pros and Cons of Summer Trail Cameras

by Jason Herbert 10

We’re already on the front steps of summer. Should trail cameras be out right now? These questions might run through… more »

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These Shed Hunting Tips will Make You a Better Hunter

by Bill Winke 0

When there is a certain buck I want to get the antlers from, I show real enthusiasm and some creativity…. more »

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How Far Can Deer See In The Dark?

by Bill Winke 8

Q: During the early season, I hunt agricultural fields and food plots. There seems to be no good way to… more »

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Which Doe Should You Harvest?

by Dr. Grant Woods 0

In the last issue I shared recent data from five states that reported the largest increases in deer populations. Even… more »

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5 Whitetail Deer Rut Tips That Actually Work

by Steve Flores 0

  Nothing conjures up more excitement for a bowhunter than that magical time we all know as the whitetail deer… more »

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Keys to Navigating the October Lull

by Bill Winke 0

I don’t care what anyone says; there is an October lull, a time when the bucks seem to go underground. We… more »

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