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Why Do Deer Shed Their Antlers?

Deer drop their antlers between January and April, depending on a lot of factors. But why does this happen at all?
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Multi-Species Predator Setups

When hunting areas with different types of predators use a call that works on them all.
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Breathing Tips For Proper Bow Shooting

Bowhunters can improve their shooting by controlling their breathing before and at the moment of the shot.
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Every Little Bit Helps

New Data On Whitetails That Can Improve Your Hunting

Here are a few new studies that might shed light on one aspect of your hunting — and could lead to more questions, more answers and more good days in the field.
Researchers now have better data on where whitetail bucks disappear to during the rut, whether does really are more vigilant than bucks, and how to treat acorn trees to maximize the food they provide for deer.
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The Extra Mile

Gear You Need For A DIY Backwoods Whitetail Hunt

DIY hunters need the right stuff. Here's a list to help you get started.
DIY hunters need the right stuff. Here's a list to help you get started.
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Xtreme Fear

Buck Fever: Will We Ever Get Used To It?

Buck fever hits all hunters when a deer walks into view. But the shakes and adrenaline rush aren't necessarily a bad thing.
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Bowhunting Question: What Exactly Is "Arrow Spine?"

The term arrow spine is thrown around a lot, but do you know what it actually means and how it affects your hunting bow and arrows?
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Time For A New Retriever: Puppy, Started Or Finished Dog?

When it’s time to add a new hunting dog to the household, how do you decide where to start?
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The Benefits Of Food Plot Blends

The Benefits Of Food Plot Blends

Food plot blends can be an ideal choice for deer-hunting plots you plan to hunt over.
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Researcher Says Hunting, Male Sex Drive Connected

A researcher proposes that the same neurophysiological process causing male orgasm produces the uncontrollable shaking of the leg during buck fever.
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