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Laying Out Your Food Plots - Part II
by David Morris

Distribution And Size
Ok, you have a handle on the total acreage of food plots needed, but how many plots do you need, what size should they be and where should they go. You can’t really answer any of these questions without giving thought to the others since they’re all related and interdependent. The number of plots depends in part on what size they are, and vice versa. And, in areas with limited tillable land, the distribution of the tillable land and how much of it there is at…
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HELICOPTER SURVEYS AND DEER HARVESTS RATES
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

As the helicopter moved closer the “whir” from the blades became almost deafening.  Leaves and tree branches began to sway and dust began to fly…

Spikes: Part IV
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

In Part III and included in Part IV, I’m examining the results of several studies that have been completed during recent years on wild bucks…





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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Ground Blind Magic

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 a commercial pop-up. In fact, after several decades of hunting whitetails, I’ve only killed a few bucks out of a tree stand or an elevated box blind. Hunting on the ground level gets you up close and personal, and particularly for close shots with a bow or muzzleloader, there is nothing more exciting or challenging.


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