Ice Fishing Tips

Ice fishing is a popular winter tradition for many northern anglers.

Instead of waiting out the spring thaw indoors, find a frozen lake and try ice fishing. Ice fishing has come a long way in recent years. Gone are the days of holing up in a decrepit shanty and stuffing your inner layers with Hand Warmers while hoping for a bite. Advancements in tackle and power…

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Turkey Hunting Blind Tips: Setting Up for Success

Setup your turkey hunting blind so you are invisible to the watchful eye of spring gobblers. In a previous blog, “Turkey Hunting Blind Tips,” we focused on how to know where to set up a blind after preseason scouting. The main idea being, find where turkeys hang out and go hunt there. Once you’ve chosen…

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A Guide to Feeding Deer Throughout the Year

Feeding deer requires a flexible plan throughout the year to ensure a healthy herd. Mother Nature doesn’t always cooperate with a land manager’s goals. Food plots fail. Droughts and harsh winters happen. That’s why most hunters who are intent on growing the healthiest deer herd possible take matters into their own hands and implement a…

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Using a Deer Gravity Feeder during the Winter

A good winter feeding program for deer is designed for efficiency. Consider using a gravity-fed deer feeder to develop healthier does and bucks.   Land managers with the goal of developing a healthier deer herd and growing bigger bucks are always thinking about the next hunting season. And that means a winter supplemental feeding program.…

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Hunting Late Season Food Sources

Hunting late season food sources is the key to finding does, which will draw mature bucks. Seeing deer, and especially getting into shooting range, is one of the biggest challenges a hunter faces in December and January. During the late season, visibility is good because the foliage has dropped, meaning a lack of cover which…

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