Mentor a New Hunter to Keep Our Hunting Heritage Alive

The future of our hunting heritage depends on keeping and growing the ranks of hunters. There are fewer hunters today than there were 20 years ago. If the trend continues, there will be even less two decades into the future – and beyond. Just by looking at the statistics, it appears as if we’re losing…

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Trail Camera Tips

These six trail camera tips are key to monitoring your deer herd this off season. Trail cameras have turned the deer hunting world upside down. About a decade ago, the only way most hunters could key in on a big buck was from hours spent afield. Now, there’s devices capable of sending photographs of a…

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Shed Hunting Tips

These shed hunting tips can provide you with valuable intel on the bucks in your deer herd, particularly the ones you had your eyes on last season. If you’re like me, whitetails never leave your brain. Even now, my thoughts drift back to the hunting season and what could have been. Eventually I realize opening…

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Moving and Storing Your Banks Hunting Blind

As spring sets in and summer looms ahead, now is a good time for moving and storing your hunting blind before deer season.   Not so long ago, most hunting blinds were made out of wood, usually hastily fastened together on a weekend. While these plywood structures took little effort to construct, they often lasted…

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Turkey Hunting from a Blind

A turkey hunting blind keeps you concealed in varying terrain, upping your chances of harvesting a gobbler. A turkey’s eyesight is incredible. It’s why more hunters are seeing the value in using a turkey hunting blind. Not only does it keep you out of sight, but it’s a versatile tool in varying terrain from dense…

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