Deer & Deer Hunting January 2011

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Deer & Deer Hunting January 2011• Forget antlers, go hunting for venison.

• If you are seeing fewer deer while sitting on the same old stand, it’s probably time to back off.

• A gun-hunter’s guide to beating the crowds, keeping the faith and outwitting bucks.

• Walt Hampton explains why he’d never hunt captive deer.

• Can you actually catch a buck sleeping?

• How whitetails respond to snowmobile pressure.

• Zero in on whitetail core areas.

• Leate-reason breeding, also known as The Second Rut, is more unpredictable than many think.

• How tiny hunting plots can produce mature deer.

• A Maryland hunter lives his dream with the help of a good friend.

• Develop a super-accurate, low-recoil load for your muzzleloader.

• Modern 20-gauge slugs have the power to take on white-tailed deer.

• A beginner’s guide to traditional archery hunting.

• Oklahoma offers a unique early rut hunt for muzzleloading enthusiasts.

• A young hunter follows her father’s footsteps.

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