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How to get deer in front of your trail cameras

September 26, 2013
Use your trail cameras to make a hit list of bucks to target this season.
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Where to hang trail cameras in the early deer season

September 19, 2013
Not sure where your game cameras should be hung in September and October? We’ll tell you.
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Time for your pre-deer-season check-up

July 31, 2013
Deer archery season will open soon and give hunters the first crack at bagging a trophy whitetail. Now’s the time to make sure you have taken the necessary steps to succeed this season.
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Preseason tips to pinpoint your next trophy buck

June 25, 2013
How can time-starved outdoorsmen scout their hunting spots more effectively? The answer is to let their game cameras do the work for them.
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Hunting carries inherent danger: Broken and alone in Alaska

June 14, 2013
We are all aware that hunting comes with some inherent danger. Here’s one time it went bad for a DIY sheep hunter.
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Tips for planting food plots

May 18, 2013
Discover when, how, and where to plant food plots for a high yield and maximum results.
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Five spring turkey hunting tips

April 5, 2013
Tagging a lovesick tom is definitely challenging but attainable, provided you follow a few turkey hunting tips.
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Successful spring turkey hunting

March 13, 2013
Food plots provide turkeys with nourishment, safety from predators, places for toms to strut and breed hens, and a great place for the majestic birds to be social in general.
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Proper pond management benefits fish and anglers

March 13, 2013
Using a quality fish feeder is a great way to practice proper pond management. It allows you to take an active role in the health and quality of your fishing-hole.
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Duck Blinds, DIY Style

September 14, 2012
Lavish blinds with lots of amenities are great, but they’re not an option for everyone. Here’s how to make your own duck blinds that’ll work for your unique hunting situation.
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