It might have already happened to you: You’ve had a rough season, haven’t harvested a deer at all, and you find yourself with an unused tag. What should you do? In Minnesota you can let a fellow hunter use your tag, as long as you are with them when they make the harvest. Here’s a…

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Finding deer antler sheds can give a hunter great insight into a deer’s trends. Finding a shed is a step toward predicting their behavior for the coming hunting season and indicates how healthy the herd is. But what if you can’t find the sheds in the first place? Here are some tips for finding those…

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If you started off the year by making a hunting resolution, you might need some motivation right about now. Whether you decided to up your practice routine, try a new tactic, or discover a new hunting spot, keep the momentum going and continue your resolutions during the off-season. Here’s three ways you can maintain your…

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Deer hunting season is at a close, but squirrel hunting season is still going on in many states. Squirrel hunting is a great way to keep your skills sharp and keep meat on the table. It will test your accuracy and your scouting skills and keep you active during the off-season. Extend your hunting season…

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It’s common for hunters to hunt multiple types of game, multiple seasons, and multiple areas. Our Stump ‘Ice” blinds are designed to accommodate those versatile hunters. The Stump ‘Ice’ can be used during both hunting season and ice fishing season. They’re easily transferrable from ice to land and the sturdy wood floors are beneficial in…

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