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Articles by David Hart

The Hard Truth About Food Plots, Part 2

July 27, 2012
Food plots aren’t the only thing you should be focusing on if you hope to harvest a big deer.
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The Hard Truth About Food Plots, Part 1

July 25, 2012
Food plots can be a big part of your deer hunting strategy — but there are many other factors that will contribute to your success. Here’s the truth of the matter.
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Winning the war with food plot weeds

April 5, 2012
When and how to mow, disk and spray your food plots to keep weeds from taking over.
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Plan Your Dream Deer Hunt, Part 2

December 26, 2011
You’ve decided where you want to go and you’ve saved up the cash. Now what?
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Plan Now For Your Dream Hunt, Part 1

December 23, 2011
There’s more to hunting out-of-state than simply wishing on a star. It takes careful planning and meticulous preparation to keep your hunt of a lifetime from becoming a nightmare.
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Red-Hot Action In An Ice-Cold Marsh

December 21, 2011
When the water freezes over and temperatures remain in the single-digit range, can you still find hot duck hunting? Absolutely — if you know how to go about it.
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Deer Diseases: Are You At Risk?

December 16, 2011
Whitetails do carry a number of parasites and diseases, but which ones are worth worrying about?
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Big Vs. Small Food Plots

October 4, 2011
Bigger isn’t always better when it comes to food plots, and for that matter, you shouldn’t be making them in a perfect rectangle, either.
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Best Late-Season Plants For Deer

August 11, 2011
When the early-season plants shrivel up and all the acorns have been picked off the ground, what’s a deer to eat? Take a look at these foods.
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Hunting Tactics for Mid-Day Coyotes

August 9, 2011
In places with little to no human presence, the mid-day "lull" can be a perfect time to hunt coyotes and other predators.
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