The Fur Harvester’s Field Guide

If you’re interested in turning your fur into cash, here are a few tips that will get you the most money for your harvest.
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Five Steps To Prepping Your Food Plots

5 Steps To Preparing Food Plots For Deer Hunting

Planting season may be a month or more away, but if you want a bountiful food plot that draws deer and keeps them on your land, it’s time to get to work.
If you want a bountiful food plot that draws deer and keeps them on your land, now is the time to get to work.
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Coyote Hunting Can Drive You Crazy

A coyote hunter stares at a frozen deer carcass for a week in the north woods of Maine. The solitude chips away at sanity and social skills. How long could you last?
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Conservation Success Story: The Common Eider

Brought back from astonishingly low numbers in Maine, the common eider is a true conservation success story.
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Must-Have Tools For Your Hunt Pack

From skinning, to comfort, to firearm repair, you’ll be ready for anything with these got-have tools in your hunt pack.
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Predator Hunting Vests Help You Stay Ready

Predator-hunting vests can keep your tools of the trade close at hand, organized and ready for action!
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Portable Blinds Facilitate Run-And-Gun Waterfowling

If you're not on The X, get up and move to it! That's often possible with a portable blind.
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Once A Spike, Always A Spike?

Will A Whitetail Spike Stay A Spike Forever?

A whitetail deer with spike antlers won't necessarily be stuck as a spike for life, as some deer hunters believe.
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Deer Management Myths And Misconceptions

Whitetail Deer Management Myths And Misconceptions

The research shows that many of yesterday’s old wives’ tales are myth and should have no bearing on modern whitetail management.
When it comes to managing whitetail deer, forget the old wives' tales.
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Bet You Didn't Know...

Four Fast Facts About Deer Pee

We bet you didn't know these facts about whitetail deer urine.
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