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Plan Ahead for Success When Shooting Cold

Keeping fingers and hands functioning in cold weather allows for maximum shooting efficiency By Patrick Meitin Shooting bows well obviously requires a certain degree of dexterity. Bowhunting whitetails from stands involves cold, gloves, pack boots and insulated duds. And these are late-October through November dates I have in mind. Things can quickly reach critical...

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VIDEO: Amazing Deer Rescue Near Busy Highway

Somehow a young deer made its way along a busy 6-lane highway but then became stuck in a fence and bleated for its life while drivers sped by. One family and then some other folks stopped to lend a hand before law enforcement officials could arrive to assist. The deer bleated and screamed as...

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The Easiest Thing You Can Do to Help Your Food Plots

This great deer hunting tip falls into the category of “Wow, that’s really simple and I should have been doing this all along” after you hear about it. Deer hunters who plant food plots, from simple rye or clover to more elaborate mixtures and commercially bagged products, should all share one thing in common:...

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Don’t Be Afraid of Grunting for Your Bucks

Mature whitetail bucks can be frustratingly elusive because of their stealth and unpredictability during much of the hunting season. Fortunately during the rut, many bucks slip out of that mold and shift to a bold and boisterous attitude. They will even announce their presence with a variety of vocalizations. The growl is one of...

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Take Advantage of the Best Times to Hunt the Rut

Take full advantage of the short window for white-tailed deer hunting during the rut with expert advice from the staff of Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine. Deer & Deer Hunting’s Guide to Hunting the Rut is a comprehensive strategy manual for every aspect of the upcoming rut, delivering more than 40 years of experience...

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Did You Know? 8 Messages Deer Send With Their Tails

When you spot a deer, study its tail. What you observe will help you make smart hunting decisions. Of course, the deer’s body language is important to watch, too. It goes hand in hand in with what the tail is doing. By Tom Carpenter But the tail’s actions are a very visible, clear and...

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Savory, Cheesy Venison Burgers Sound Great Anytime

Venison burgers have no season when they’re in or out, unlike a stew or soup that is more favorable for chilly nights or a cold day at deer camp after a morning hunt. Burgers are great whether you fire up the grill and slap a hearty man-sized slab of venison burger on it or...

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Early Season Deer Hunting Chills Not a Problem Anymore

Early season mornings can be nippy sometimes, and that’s not a bad thing after the brutal heat of summer, but it’s always good to be prepared for any weather condition while deer hunting. Even the chill of a dark morning can get you a little stiff or shivering after walking to your stand. That’s...

After running away twice and returning a third time, this Florida buck's curiosity proved fatal. (Photo: Dane Walker)

More Regulations for Deer Hunters on the Way?

More changes are being proposed for some deer hunters, including increased regulations and possible antler restrictions on public and private land. This isn’t anything new for hunters in this state, according to the Florida Wildlife Commission making the proposals. It did the same thing for the Zone D hunters earlier this year and divided...