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Shed Antler Hunting - Part II
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Techniques For Finding Sheds
A new shed antler search technique is getting even more people involved in this non-consumptive sport.  The technique, called the “shed drive,” is similar to the deer drive hunting technique so popular in the Midwest.  The shed drive involves organizing your partners in a line with each member evenly spaced across the line at the edge of the area to be searched.  Drive members then walk through the area, picking up sheds along the way, until everyone meets at the opposite end of the area…
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Tecomate Seed Planting Guide - Part I
by David Morris

One of our most frequently asked questions is “How do I plant Tecomate products and how should I manage them for best performance.” Of course,…

SPIKES: THE DEBATE CONTINUES - PART V
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

In Parts I – IV of this series, I have examined results from various penned deer studies and wild deer studies to try and…



Management Goals & Possibilities
by David Morris

I’ve got a question for you. Can management really improve your hunting? You bet it can! And, one of the best things about management is…



Ground Blind Magic
by Duncan Dobie

There’s something magical about hunting whitetails on the ground. I’ve always enjoyed still-hunting and hunting out of ground blinds – either makeshift brush blinds or…



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Management as Hunting Season Approaches

As hunting season quickly approaches or has already approached under some programs, deer hunting clothes come out of their storage containers, temperatures finally begin to drop, trigger fingers itch, and bowhunters polish their skills.  With the excitement of deer season, it’s also time to hone our management skills.  We need to know which deer are ripe for the taking.  Assigning an age to deer isn’t an exact science, requiring a keen eye, a good set of optics, and knowledge of…
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