Deer & Deer Hunting March 2011

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Deer & Deer Hunting March 2011Inside This Issue

• Have you committed a deer hunting sin if you shoot a young-of-the-year whitetail?

• Tree farms are deer magnets, but they can be frustrating to hunt.

• Nothing lasts forever, especially deer herds that have maxed out their resources.

• Read a buck’s mood before you beging a calling sequence and your success will skyrocket.

• A look at how, when and why white-tailed bucks shed their antlers.

• Coyotes are not native to the Southeast, but they now inhabit most of the region. How does this affect deer herds?

• A closer look at the legal rights involved when two hunters shoot the same deer.

• Deer hunters can be their own worst enemies when they begin harassing each other about antler size, property lines and hunting techniques.

• Ted Nugent writes that when hunters wring their hands worrying about how they’re perceived, it erodes the hunting community’s credibility.

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