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Outdoor Life: How to Pattern Bucks During the Rut

“They say it can’t be done. I do not agree. When the rut arrives, chaos ensues, deer run wild, and any attempt at patterning a buck is futile. At least that’s what we’ve been told over the years,” says Outdoor Life author, Mark Kenyon. “But recent research has shown that this commonly held belief seems to be nothing more than a myth.” According to the Quality Deer Management Association, “During the fall, these bucks (that were collared) spent less time just randomly walking around, and instead every 20-28 hours would revisit 2 to 5 focal points within their home range.” That means bucks don’t wander aimlessly during the rut...

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Outdoor Life: When Should You Check Your Trail Cameras?

“A trail camera can be a hunter’s best friend, but if used improperly they can also be your worst enemy. The risk in using trail cams lies in the hunters’ addiction to looking at the photos too often. So the question then becomes, when should you check your cameras?” This article from Outdoor Life explains what you should do to avoid putting pressure on local deer...  

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5 Easy Tips for a Stress-free Hunt

Hunter Nicole McClain offers practical tips to make your life easier out in the field. Her first advice: “Do you really need to take your gut hook and gloves \to your treestand or hunting blind? Do you need two doe bleats and two buck calls? I’m a person who makes sure the bases of planning are covered, like taking a headlamp and a mini-light, but I always go through my pack before each hunt and ask myself what I need to take for this hunt...

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