Hunting skills can be learned at any age. Teaching a young hunter how to safely and effectively harvest an animal will help create the next generation of hunters. Make sure you’re giving them the tools they need to succeed and remind them that staying safe is just as important as making the harvest. Below are…

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The time has arrived! Sept. 18 is opening day in Minnesota, so the sun is about to rise on another hunting season with mountains of potential. Going into opening day with a game plan is important and could increase your odds of harvesting a buck on the first day. Check out our five tips below…

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Trail cameras are an important component of the hunting process. They can tell you where the deer travel, when they visit a food plot or feeder, and other useful information about the herd. Below are five tips and tricks on where to place your trail cameras and when you should check them. 1. Ask Permission…

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Hunting is a lifestyle that can be experienced solo or with hunting partners. For those times that you’re hunting solo, it’s important to think about potential emergency scenarios and make sure you’re prepared with everything you need to hunt safely. Check out the tips below for just some of the ways you can stay safe…

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  Fall food plots can help keep the deer herd coming to your property during the peak of hunting season. If you plant your crops strategically, you could end up with an abundance of food available on your property right when you need it the most. Here are some tips on how you can have…

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