Whitetails On The Fringe

There’s something exciting, refreshing about hunting whitetails around fields. There are strategies to up your odds of taking a crop-fattened whitetail, and special tactics that are fun and efficient.

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Three Keys For Whitetail Success

If you want to shoot a bruiser buck this fall, three elements in patterning whitetails may offer you a chance. Learning more about travel routes, scrapes and treestand location is critical to your success.

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Mock Scrapes: What Scent Works Best?

Ben Koerth and James Kroll know as much about the behavior of rutting whitetails as any two biologists in the country. They conducted a fascinating study looking at what scents attract deer to scrapes. What they found was amazing, and may change the way you hunt this fall!

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Develop Accuracy Now

The hunter in the treestand sits in quiet peace anxiously awaiting the day’s hunt. He peers through the foliage and sees the glint of sunlight off an antler tip. His heart beats faster. This is the moment he’s dreamed about all year. As the deer comes into range he readies for the shot. A miss! How could that happen?

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Six Steps To Better Bowhunting: Part 1

Many things cross your mind as you anchor, aim and release an arrow at a mature buck. Many things must be right and a few more must be perfect. This split second culminates many months of preparation and planning. Here are some tips to make sure you notch sucess this season.

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Know Whitetail Biology To Up Your Odds

Deer hunters who take the time to learn about whitetail biology and behavior will increase the chance they will fill their tag this season. The author consults with noted whitetail biologist C.J. Winand’s on things every hunter should know about whitetails.

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