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ScentBlocker's Guide to Planting Spring Food Plots

May 6, 2014
Tips, tricks, and ideas for planting food plots from one of the most trusted names in hunting.
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Six Ways To Improve Bedding Areas For Deer

April 18, 2014
Without great bedding habitat, the bucks you have been watching might be lost to the neighbors. Follow these suggestions and you will soon have more deer bedding on your property.
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Five Land Management Tools You Should Be Using

April 9, 2014
Food plots for deer are terrific, but there are other management tools you will need to maximize your hunting opportunities.
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Summer Scouting For Whitetail Addicts

March 26, 2014
If you are really serious about your deer hunting, you’ll begin scouting now — and do it so the deer never knew you were in their back yard.
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Where to hunt the biggest deer

March 19, 2014
Out-of-state deer hunters need to know where to go to find the biggest whitetail bucks.
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Larry Benoit, hunter of big bucks, dies in Vermont

October 11, 2013
Larry Benoit, a deer hunter who helped spawn a revival of the art of tracking and created an empire of books, videos and seminars, has died. He was 89.
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Poor acorn crop could affect West Virginia hunting seasons

September 29, 2013
Acorns are scarce across West Virginia but other mast items such as hickory nuts and walnuts are abundant.
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Parker Thunder Hawk crossbow review

September 25, 2013
Lightweight and compact at 6.5 pounds and 34.25 inches overall, the Thunder Hawk is optimally balanced for steadier aim from blinds or treestands or while still-hunting in thick cover.
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Having success on the first day of deer season

August 26, 2013
Sometimes it takes more skill and woodsmanship to take a buck early in the season than in November when lovesick bucks seem to stumble into almost anybody’s bow range.
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Use shooting sticks and bipods for better accuracy

August 26, 2013
Every marksman knows the importance of a solid resting spot to support his rifle on. But spot-and-stalkers sometimes have to bring their own — take a look at the options.
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