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Field Dressing a Deer for Beginners

Posted by Emily Strother on Nov 22, 2022

Field Dressing a Deer for Beginners

If you’re reading this, it’s probably safe to assume that you have already harvested a deer or you’re proactively planning for when you do. In either case, congratulations on taking a step toward a li …

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DECOYING POST-RUT BUCKS

Nov 15, 2022

DECOYING POST-RUT BUCKS

Let’s go ahead and think ahead to the latter part of the deer season. It’s been a long one, and the hours of sitting stand are beginning to take their toll. Pulling your bow up the tree is synonymous …

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3 REASONS TO USE A DEER DECOY DURING THE RUT

Nov 10, 2022

3 REASONS TO USE A DEER DECOY DURING THE RUT

There’s no doubt a deer decoy works best during the whitetail rut. Playing on a buck’s robot-like trance as he is roaming forests and fields, a decoy not only attracts deer, but also helps set up a sh …

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Peak Rut Whitetail Deer Decoy Placement

Posted by CJ Davis on Oct 26, 2022

Peak Rut Whitetail Deer Decoy Placement

The fall leaves have blanketed the forest floor, and the crisp winter cold is spilling into the farmlands and fields of North America. You’ve begun to see more bucks lately, some of which are checking …

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Buying a New Scope: What to Consider

Posted by CJ Davis on Oct 25, 2022

Buying a New Scope: What to Consider

Scopes allow us to see our target more clearly and more closely. Hunters with a quality optic will have the advantage when it comes to taking longer shots, especially in low-light situations when anim …

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Saving and Using a Tarsal Gland

Posted by CJ Davis on Sep 29, 2022

Saving and Using a Tarsal Gland

Did you know that tarsal glands exist on bucks and does and are active year-round? Also, bucks are urinating down their back legs, called “rub urinating,” to create the musty odor most whitetail deer …

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