Finding Fresh Hunting Property

Whether you’re a new bowhunter looking for your first hunting location or a seasoned pro looking to change it up, finding your fall hunting spot during the summer is the way to go. Finding the property now will give you time to scout and monitor the land, build bedding areas and clear shooting lanes, as…

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What to do During the Summer

If the end of hunting season has left you aimless (pun intended) and looking for other ways to stay busy, we’ve got you covered. We know the desire to keep hunting is strong during the off season, so here are other ways you can satisfy the craving all year long. Keep Practicing Practicing archery at…

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How to Clean Your Blind

Using your blind for the last time at the end of hunting season is a bittersweet feeling. You’re thankful for a good season, but can’t wait to get back out again next year. Before you draw the curtain on hunting season, make sure your blind is clean. Taking care of your blind before you leave…

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Staying Tick Free

Any time you go into a heavily wooded area, you need to be prepared to check for ticks. Ticks carry lime disease, so you want to do your best to avoid this pest. In many areas, ticks come out the minute the weather warms up, so it’s quite possible the ticks have been out and…

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Getting Deer to Your Food Plot

A food plot provides the deer on your property with protein they'll need throughout the year.

Deer are instinctual creatures: they seek out and make their homes near food sources to survive. This is why having a food plot on your property is so beneficial to creating deer traffic. Deer stick with what they know and if they know you have a reliable food plot, they’ll stick with you. But how…

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