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Rabbit hunters have long known that wild bunnies can carry diseases such as tularemia. Deer hunters have been hearing about diseases such as chronic wasting disease (CWD) for many years,…
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At some point in your deer hunting career you will shoot a deer that runs out of sight before it dies.  The seriousness of the situation can range from the…
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It’s early in our bow season. I’ve got my stands placed and have watched a few deer show up under it. I haven’t arrowed an animal yet because I’m being…
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Standing behind a clump of tree trunks growing from one root allows Cavanaugh to hide behind individual trunks depending on the direction of approaching deer. Trucks also provide a solid…
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Stand placement is always a tricky thing. So many deer hunting factors need to come into play. One important thing I’ve learned over the years is to try to visualize…
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Acorn crops vary greatly from one year to the next. Deer hunters must scout before season as well as all through season to keep up on the ever-changing conditions that…
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6 Secrets to Steering Deer to Your Stand

Monday, September 08 2014 10:00 am - for Deer Hunting
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    As hunters we mostly try to figure out where deer are moving and then set up an ambush along that route. But sometimes it's useful to turn that…
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8 Clues Deer Droppings Can Tell You

Wednesday, September 03 2014 6:00 am - for Deer Hunting
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Experienced hunters are sometimes dismissive of deer pellets as valuable sign. "I thought only novices got excited about finding droppings," a hunting partner once said when I bent down to…
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You hear hooves in the leaves. Where is he? There! There he is! A buck is ghosting in. Is he the one in the trail camera photos? Is he big…
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    Face it. You stink. To a white-tailed deer, you're the olfactory equivalent of decaying fish innards, skunk spray and chicken manure. And don't ever forget it, especially when…
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