Pre-Season Preparation

Pre-Season Preparation

We know it’s the first day of spring and out of the hunting season, but as any hunter knows, hunting season doesn’t begin on opening day. It begins in the months and weeks before. Today, we’ll be discussing something you can do now for some pre-season preparation that will benefit you on opening day. Pre-Season Preparation: Map It Out No...

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Be A Better Deer Hunter

Be A Better Deer Hunter

There’s always room for improvement when it comes to hunting. Sure, you have your “tried and true” ways you’ve practiced for years, but are they working to make you a better deer hunter? Or, maybe you’re just starting out and would like some insight and tips on deer hunting. Well, you’ve come to the right place! Read up on...

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What Can A Deer Really See?

What Can A Deer Really See?

If you’re a hunter who wears camouflage with various subtle colors, you may be doing yourself more harm than good. According to a recent study, deer see blue colors best and red colors worst. Deer can also see yellows, greens, and UV light, but they can’t differentiate colors shades to the same extent that humans can. How can this be applied to your...

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Remain Scent Free During Your Hunt

Remain Scent Free During Your Hunt

As a hunter, you know that one of the most important goals is to remain scent free. If a deer can smell you, you won’t see him. We’d hate for you to miss that monster buck you’ve been dreaming of. Here are some easy tips to help you remain scent free during your hunt! 6 Steps To Remain Scent Free: Baking Soda-It’s in most households, and it’s an easy way to...

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Rut Hunting 101

Rut Hunting 101

Depending on where you’re hunting, the rut may just be starting or may be in full swing. It’s an exciting time of year for deer hunters everywhere. The monster buck you’ve been dreaming of may be right around the corner and you have to be ready for anything. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered, check out our tips for hunting both...

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Hunting A Wild Turkey For Thanksgiving Dinner

Hunting A Wild Turkey For Thanksgiving Dinner

A Butterball is nice, but nothing tastes quite like a wild turkey. Find out the secret to bringing home an unforgettable Thanksgiving dinner. Here are the steps: Step 1 In the South, wild turkeys like to roost in oak and beech trees at night. They’ll fly to the ground for feeding at first light. More than likely, they will roost again in mid-morning....

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