Winter Food Plot Maintenance

December 10, 2013

During the spring and summer months, many hardcore whitetail fanatics are busy planting food plots and preparing for the upcoming deer season. Without question, adding food plots to your property or hunting lease can significantly increase your chances of punching tags on a consistent basis. However, it’s extremely important to plant more than just warm-season plots, because these food sources are not productive once temperatures begin plummeting throughout the fall and winter. Read More

7 Secrets For Yearlong Success

December 3, 2013

Want to increase your chances of tagging award-winning bucks? It’s possible, with deer management tactics that keep them returning to your property year-round. Tactic #1: Prevent deer from seeking refuge in your neighbor’s yard by providing them easy access to food, water, and wooded sanctuaries. Tactic #2: Hang multiple stands to give yourself more shot opportunities and to keep deer from tracking your location. For more deer hunting secrets, read the full story at SummitStands.com.   Read More

10 Tips To Maximize Your Game Camera

October 29, 2013

In order to get the most out of your game camera, be sure to follow these high-impact setup and placement strategies that increase the amount of captured photos and improve image quality. Read More

Fall Food Plot Maintenance


October 22, 2013

Attract and hold more deer with your fall food plots by following these quick and easy maintenance tips. Without question, fall food plots can drastically improve the overall quality of deer hunting on your property. Read More

5 Big Buck Patterning & Hunting Mistakes

October 7, 2013

Avoiding these five patterning and hunting errors will ultimately generate more close encounters with top-heavy bucks from your tree stand this season. One of the most challenging aspects of connecting with a trophy-class buck is trying to accurately piece together the pattern puzzle. Read More

7 Whitetail Myths

October 3, 2013

Let’s take a look at several popular whitetail myths that simply aren’t true. Anyone who has ever climbed into a treestand on a crisp autumn morning knows that whitetails are undoubtedly one of the most challenging and popular big game animals to hunt on the planet. This is especially true when talking about monster bucks that are packing pop-can thick bases and extra-long tines. Read More

Counting on Cameras

September 6, 2013

If you are a serious deer hunter and own or lease property, game cameras can be much more than just a scouting tool. Six years ago, I met renowned Whitetail Biologist Dr. Harry Jacobson and questioned him about how various State Agencies estimated deer populations. I never believed their estimates, and had no idea how I could possibly understand my micro-level population, buck to doe ratios, and other details to better manage my land. Read More

Early Season Deer Secrets From The Experts

August 23, 2013

Now that fall is upon us, deer seasons are opening in some parts of the United States. We polled some of the nation’s top experts and go their ideas on what they do for early season success. Read on and maybe you can put venison in your freezer earlier. Read More

Moultrie Trail Camera Is The #1 Choice Of Readers

July 26, 2013

Game & Fish readers have spoken and selected Moultrie’s M-80 as the number one camera. Manufacturers were asked to submit new-gear products in 18 categories including trail cameras. The gear must have been introduced in the last three years to be considered for the awards. Read More

Moultrie panoramic 150 wins 2013 best of the best award

July 9, 2013

The Moultrie Panoramic 150 was recently chosen to receive the Field & Stream 2013 Best of the Best Award in the trail camera category. Each year manufacturers are asked to submit new products in various categories with the hopes of winning this prestigious award.  “The entire Moultrie team is elated to see the Panoramic 150 selected for this outstanding award,” says Moultrie General Manager, Andy Cox. Read More

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