Shoot Old Does Or Young Does?

Ted T. from Alabama
writes to ask about doe harvests. “I’m managing my land for quality deer. I
know I need to harvest more does, but should I focus on shooting younger does
or older does? Also, how do I determine how many does to harvest?”

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How To Handle Those Wily Coyotes

Alan S. from Alabama
writes to ask about coyotes. “I hunt on a lease in Alabama and we have lots of coyotes. My
questions are: do these coyotes really impact deer numbers, and since we shoot
as many as we can during hunting season, will that take care of them?” 

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Common Fly Fishing Mistakes

Newbies to the sport of fly fishing make a lot of
mistakes. Veterans do too, of course, but the veterans have learned to avoid
the correctable mistakes that plague the inexperienced. While these can
completely ruin the chances of catching a fish, the good news is that they are
easily fixed. Here’s the most common mistakes fly anglers make along with
the corrections to fix them.

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Huntington Beach: Surf City And More

In Huntington Beach, Calif.,
— the self-dubbed “Surf City,
U.S.A.,” they
like to say that “surfing is more than just a sport — it’s a religion.” But if surfing isn’t your thing, you’ll still find much to recommend
Huntington Beach.

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Early-Season Bowhunting — Farmland Whitetails

One of the best approaches to hunting early season bucks in agricultural areas focuses on extensive pre-season scouting of feeding areas. Bucks are often grouped together at this time of year and can be observed during late evenings in agricultural fields. Here are some tips to increase your odds of success in the early season.

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