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Choosing The Right Plants For Your Plots
by David Morris

It would be hard to imagine a better food plot than a really good stand of Tecomate Lablab, but does that mean Lablab is always the best food plot choice? No, it does not! Different plants do different things. You have to “prescribe” the right thing for the job. Let’s see what goes into that.

First, when buying seed, consider value, not just price. Don’t be fooled by bag size. Bigger is not necessarily better. Some of the best wildlife plantings, like clovers and chicory, come in small bags…
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Who’s Breeding Whom? - Part II
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Mississippi State University “Who’s Breeding Whom” Study
Drs. Randy DeYoung and Stephen Demarais examined buck breeding success in three separate deer populations in three…

The Perfect, Private, and Plain Hunting Plot
by Mark Newell

One late afternoon in central Mississippi I was sitting in one of my favorite food plots hidden deep in the pine jungles of leased timber…



Deer Behavior: Buck Dispersal
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Buck dispersal is not only an interesting deer behavior; it can have a huge impact on the success or failure of your deer management program. …



Treestand Placement: Part 1 Treestand Safety
by Mark Newell

It was a hot day in mid-August when a group of friends were out in the deer woods taking down treestands. They were moving stands…



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Tip #38 – Have a “Back Up” Buck (or 2)

In order to successfully harvest mature, trophy bucks every year, on average, you will have to identify and hunt for 2-3 for each trophy buck that you are lucky enough to tag.  Don’t put all of your eggs in one basket by limiting yourself to one trophy buck.  Be willing to harvest bucks lower on your hit list if a good opportunity arises.


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