Have your Best Bow Season Yet: 5-tips to Whitetail Archery Success

July 24, 2014

Deer archery season will open soon, giving hunters the first crack at bagging a trophy whitetail. Have you taken the necessary steps to succeed this season? Read More

Pinpoint Your Next Trophy Buck: Pre-Season Tips

July 23, 2014

Strategically located game cameras are an incredible tool for deer, turkey, and hog hunters. Properly placed, these surveillance units will show you what animals appear on your hunting land, when they visit, what times they feed, the number of bucks and does in an area, and potential trophy bucks. Read More

How To Get Deer In Front Of Your Trail Cameras

July 23, 2014

 Setting out a game camera in the early season is a great way to monitor deer activity at your hunting spot. Since deer are creatures of habit, they can be patterned easily in the early season by using wildlife cameras to monitor their food sources. Game cameras can tell you the age structure of the deer in your area, the times they are most active, and the numbers of bucks and does. Armed with this information, you can then formulate a “hit list” of deer marked for harvest.  Read More

Know Your Dirt

July 23, 2014

Great food plots can't happen without great dirt.  For that reason, soil testing is a vital first-step to knowing what your soil is made up of, and ultimately what you need to do in order to get the most out of your foot plot. Read More

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