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Articles by David Hart

Deer Diseases: Are You At Risk?

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

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

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

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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Clear-Cut Predator Tactics

Forget open pastures, hit up thick pine plantations for hot predator action.
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Should You Use Bait As A Deer Management Tool?

Bait can be a useful tool to get a lot of deer in one place at the same time, whether you hunt over it or not.
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Create Deer Food Plot Sanctuaries

When it seems as though the deer on your property just vanish after opening day, you need a strategy to draw them out of hiding. Try planting a small, hidden food plot off the beaten path.
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Springtime Food Plot Weed Control

Letting weeds get out of control can spell disaster for your food-plot plants, and controlling them is a year-round job.
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Winning the War on Food Plot Weeds

Letting noxious vegetation get out of control can spell disaster for your food-plot plants, and controlling them is a year-round job.
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Does Predator Control Help Your Deer Population?

Does a liberal predator control program have a positive effect on your land''s deer population?
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