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Trail Camera Tips with Mark Peterson (video)

4 Things to Always Remember When Scouting With Trail Cameras 1. Camera Direction  Trail cameras can be very sensitive to sunlight making the camera direction key. Always try and avoid placing the…
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Five Best Shrubs to Improve Your Deer Property

Every deer hunter today knows the value of food plots. But there are plenty of other projects you can do to attract deer, turkey and other wildlife to your property. One of my favorites is planting…
Hunter butchering deer meat
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Hunter's harvest - The 5 Processing Tools You Need

Cabela's Ambassador Jim Shockey clues you in to the one thing he's never without on a hunt. Taking an animal from the field to the freezer is a big task, but one that’s easily doable for the DIY…
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DIY Euro Mount

Your preparation, stealth and marksmanship have culminated in a freezer full of meat and an abundance of memories, both of which you want to enjoy to the fullest. The inherent delicious flavor of…
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Essential Gear For A Whitetail Rifle Hunt

By Mat Brost There are some pieces of gear that you just cannot hunt without. The author walks through his favorite gear and explains why he considers them essentials.  I break my whitetail-hunting…
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The Gutless Approach to Field Dressing Deer

There are many ways to field dress a deer, but my favorite is what I call the gutless method. This approach is very clean and leaves the guts inside the body cavity. With the animal on its back, the…
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How To Field Dress A Deer

Most people who go hunting are thinking, “I can’t wait to get my hands on my deer,” not “I can’t wait to gut my deer.” While field dressing is rarely the favorite aspect of a successful hunting trip…
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Top 7 Hunting Apps

As an avid hunter, chances are you enjoy the remoteness and quiet of the wild on your hunting trips. Even though you might look forward to your trips to disconnect from technology, you should…
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Preseason Archery Practice

By Wade Middleton I’ve seen it time and time again: that moment of truth when a buck or a doe walks into bow range and the hunter totally forgets his or her shot routine. It’s either a total miss or…
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Tips on Springtime Shed Hunting

By Tom Nelson The still frozen ground crunched beneath my feet as I walked yet another heavily used deer trail beat down with hoofed tracks. The early March weather was typical for Michigan with the…