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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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Center Shots: Food Plots vs. Bait

by Bill Winke 0

First off, I have nothing against baiting. I don’t do it in most places where it is legal, nor do… more »

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Moon Phase, Moon Position and the Whitetail Rut

by John Dudley 0

When it comes to killing big bucks, I’m a firm believer in the moon phase. And while rut hunting is… more »

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Buddy Deville Buck: 202-Inch Kentucky Brute

by Christian Berg 0

Bowhunting is all about being in the right place at the right time, and as I witnessed this week, there… more »

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BOWHUNTING’s Guide to Finding the Perfect Treestand Locations

by Bowhunting Online Staff 0

Selecting ideal treestand locations for fall food plots requires strategic thinking. As any successful bowhunter knows, you need to 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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Center Shots: How to Leverage Luck for Successful Whitetail Seasons

by Bowhunting Online Staff 0

As any diligent deer hunter knows, hunting a specific deer usually involves more luck than anything else. After all, you… more »

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Center Shots: How to Create a Poor Man’s Food Plot

by Bowhunting Online Staff 0

Whether you’re sprucing up your land or were just allowed access to hunt somewhere new, food plots are becoming increasingly… more »

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