The newest national guidelines have us gearing up for another month of social distancing. It may seem like everything in the universe is shutting down, but nature remains open. It is still possible to turkey hunt and feed your love for the outdoors. If you’ve yearned for a weekend of nothing but you, your blind,…

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Supplemental feeding generates a lot of traffic to your property. Deer instinctively search out food, water, and shelter. If your property provides that for them now, then you’re likely to have deer on your property come hunting season. What Causes Antlers to Shed? Bucks shed their antlers because of a drop in testosterone levels after…

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  Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, people are being encouraged to avoid large gatherings and practice social distancing. If you are fueled by nature and can’t imagine staying indoors for weeks, hunting could be a way to get out in nature without putting yourself at risk in a crowd. Going on a solo hunting trip…

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Antler sheds can give you valuable information for the hunting season ahead. They show how large the deer are, the areas they frequent, and how healthy they are. The off-season is a great time to shed hunt to gather intel for the season head. Here are a few of the best techniques for shed hunting.…

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Hunting season can last year-round if you introduce predator hunting into your line-up. Predator hunting is a necessary part of conservation because it keeps the number of animals that threaten other wildlife in check. Here are some tips if you’re planning on transitioning your Stump blind into predator season. 1. Conceal Your Scent Foxes have…

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