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Hunting Diaries

Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Day 1 Powder River Montana - September 10, 2013

Saw and filmed some fantastic bucks, two over 170.  Amazing country. No cell service!

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Posted by Jason Snavely on 09/11 at 10:54 AM
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Monday, September 09, 2013
Billings, MT - September 9, 2013

Just landed in Billings, MT and loading up our gear in the truck. Eastern Montana early season bowhunt centered around the food sources is about to begin! 3 hour drive to the Powder River. Temperature is 76 degrees and the guides are reporting several great bucks.” - Tecomate Consultant Jason Snavely

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Posted by Jason Snavely on 09/09 at 07:27 PM
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Monday, October 15, 2012
Tecomate Rut Report Week 9 – 10/15/12 – ALABAMA

It’s October in Dixie
For those of us in the southeast and in many areas of the country bow season has opened and hunting is in full swing.  I have read some great hunting reports throughout the country from fellow bow hunters.  It sounds like the season has gotten off to fantastic start for so many.  I have also read several reports involving 180+” deer taken in several areas of the country.  It’s amazing to me to hear and read about so many giant deer being taken on a regular basis.  It goes to show you how good nutrition, age structure and overall Quality Deer Management practices will dramatically improve any deer herd.  I am especially thankful for pioneers in the QDM world Tecomate’s David Morris and Gary Schwartz and organizations like QDMA have paved the way in creating an overall plan for better deer management.  Without their foresight and vision we may still be applying the old “if it’s brown it’s down” philosophy.  Thankfully we have taken their ideas and we are truly in the golden age of deer hunting.

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Posted by Jason Thompson on 10/15 at 01:20 PM
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Monday, September 10, 2012
Tecomate Rut Report Week 4 – 9/10/12 - ALABAMA

First week of September in Alabama has always been a special time of the year.

First, it marks an “official” opening of hunting season in many states, including the Yellowhammer state.  Dove season gives us the perfect opportunity to take younger kids into the field and pass along the heritage and camaraderie of our great sport of hunting.  In addition, you can’t find many things with a more flavorful taste than a grilled mourning dove.  Secondly, this week marks the beginning of another college football season.  The pageantry, passion and the deep rooted love of college football is a staple in our great nation and it’s especially important throughout the South.

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Posted by Jason Thompson on 09/10 at 08:00 AM
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Thursday, July 26, 2012
The Plains of Kansas with Tall Tine Outfitters


After a successful and exciting open country muzzleloader hunt in the Sand Hills of Nebraska in early December 2011, David Morris and I headed south to Protection Kansas to hunt giant post rut Kansas whitetails with my old friend and hunting buddy Ted Jaycox of Ocala Fl. Ted and I grew up hunting together around Ocala Fl, our home town. And I say “old friend” because Ted it was nearly 40 years ago when we were both teenagers that we haunted the local whitetail herd of Central Fl. Ted and I share some terrific memories from our “Good Old Days” afield. We would surely relive some of those adventures during the week`s hunt at Tall Tine.
Here are a few of the memories Ted and I share:

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Posted by David Shashy on 07/26 at 08:10 AM
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Monday, May 07, 2012
Tecomate Seed Planting Guide - Part I


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, the answer depends on many factors, including what you’re planting, where you’re planting, your equipment and your level of intensity. Here, we are going to offer with some general step-by-step guidelines that should help you be successful with Tecomate products no matter what your situation. We want you to be successful with Tecomate products, and our staff of wildlife managers and seedsmen are always ready to help.

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Posted by David Morris on 05/07 at 09:53 PM
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Tuesday, February 28, 2012
The Year of the Double: Part 2


Kill Number One of the Second Double
The second story takes place on my good friend’s family farm in Northeast Mississippi. The property is made up of mature hardwoods, early to mid-staged hardwoods, pine plantations, and fallowed fields. My friend, Scott, had heard two turkeys gobbling across the creek in the mature hardwoods for the past three days. He tried calling them across the creek into one of his food plots, where he had game camera pictures of them earlier in the year, with no luck.

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Tuesday, February 21, 2012
The Year of the Double: Part 1


Spring of 2010 was by far the most awesome turkey season I have ever hunted. It was just one of those magical seasons when there were lots of turkeys and almost every hunt seemed to go as planned. In my home state of Mississippi, I was fortunate enough to be directly involved with three doubles during that epic 2010 season. The state allows each hunter to harvest three adult gobblers in the spring and it was pretty awesome that all three of mine were involved with a double of some kind. Each one of these doubles is a little different; however, each one of these ended with two

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