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As deer season approaches, over the next few weeks we'll discuss ways to minimize your impact and maximize your chances of tagging a big buck this season.   Go High Tech Trail cameras are extremely useful, but they can also be an impediment if mis-used. If you're out daily or even weekly before the season, you're leaving an awful lot of human scent in the woods and causing a disturbance each time. This leads to deer patterning you big bucks avoiding your property, and it simply isn't necessary. Also Read: Don't Overuse Game Cameras When Scouting Channel Your Inner Ninja…
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Game cameras have revolutionized how we hunt deer, but if you don't use them wisely, they may actually hurt your chances of tagging that big buck come hunting season. A hunter's efforts can become counter-productive not in the actual use of game cameras but in the frequency and method of checking them. While it's exciting to see what photos your cameras have captured, by doing so you create a disturbance for the very deer that you're trying to covertly monitor. Consider using wireless game cameras, such as the Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Wireless, so you can view pictures and videos…
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I've previously written about staying warm when hunting in extreme cold. But with another early bow hunting season nearly upon us, when temperatures can get up to 90s, here are some tips for staying cool. Hunting in the Base Layer Base layers, like RedHead's Enduraskin All-Season Shirt, are great options for not only wicking moisture but trapping odor. It's just as important to wear a good base layer under your hunting shirt when hunting in hot weather as it is in cold. I find that a loose-fitting undershirt gives me freedom of movement and breathable comfort. If I'll be fairly…
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The selection of quality binoculars available at reasonable prices has never been greater. When shopping for a new set, you may notice that all are either referred to as Porro prism or roof prism. But what is the difference, exactly, other than price point and physical difference? First, the technological basics: Porro prism or roof prism refers to the type and configuration of the internal prisms used to magnify and transmit light through the binocular to the eye. Below explains the path of light and internal prisms for each one.   Now that you've been versed on the internal specifics…
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