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Deer Managers, Hunters Hope Mother Nature Plays Supporting Role

A year after making changes in bag limits due in part to outcry from hunters complaining about seeing fewer deer, Ohio DNR officials opted to not make significant changes for the 2016-17 season. A host of factors resulted in a 2015-16 season that didn’t meet expectations, as reported here by veteran outdoors writer D’Arcy...

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Launch Your Spring Season with Turkey & Turkey Hunting Magazine

With spring turkey seasons quickly approaching, what better way to scratch your turkey-hunting itch than to thumb through the information-packed 2016 April Issue of Turkey & Turkey Hunting magazine? Inside you’ll get top-shelf instruction on how to improve your hunting skills, as well the inside scoop on Great Gobbler Gear for 2016. From tips...

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Hot Gear: Walker’s New Razor Muffs Thinner, Comfortable

Walker’s, the shooting and hunting pioneer and industry leader in hearing protection, introduces the all new Razor series of ear protection. These “Razor” thin muffs were engineered from the ground up with the goal of having the lowest possible profile without compromising the hearing protection and amplification properties of the muff. Delivering an impressive...

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D+DH Innovation Zone: Wildlife Research Center

The Deer & Deer Hunting team always seeks the best deer hunting gear and with the D+DH Innovation Zone you’ll find exclusive insights into the most innovative products for deer hunters. Paul Marion of Wildlife Research Center talks about the great Special Golden Estrous and how it helps hunters. After a quarter century of...

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Interest in Archery Continues to Climb at Steady Rate

Archery participation in America climbed about 14 percent from 2012 to 2014, boosting the number of archers to 21.6 million, according to a new scientific study commissioned by the Archery Trade Association. The nationwide survey – conducted in February and March 2015 by the respected research firm Responsive Management of Harrisonburg, Virginia – scientifically...

As many as 25 percent of the deer in the eastern United States are believed to be infected with the parasite that causes malaria. (Photo: Alan Clemons)

BREAKING: Researchers Discover Malaria in Eastern Deer

The parasite that causes malaria has been discovered in white-tailed deer that live in the eastern part of the United States, with estimates of at least 25 percent of the region’s deer being infected. For the last two years, researchers have been studying the parasite and how it lives within the deer. It is the...

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10 Tips for Finding More Shed Antlers

Hey shed heads, want to find more antlers this year? It’s time to start thinking about where to look and how to find the antlers bucks have cast. Shed hunting is a super way to learn more about the property where you hunt along with enjoying the outdoors. “Honestly, I can’t think of a...

2016 DDH Whitetail Wall Calendar

Dan Schmidt’s Pick of the Day: DDH 2016 Wall Calendar

From Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine, the 2016 Whitetails Wall Calendar features the work of deer researchers Wayne Laroche and Charlie Alsheimer, who reveal the 2016 whitetail rut prediction, based on years of lunar cycle research. Utilize this deer moon phase calendar to find out which days the deer will be seeking and chasing...

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Governor Signs Bill Approving Blaze Pink for Hunting

Blaze pink is now approved for hunters following the signing of a legislative bill Feb. 4 by Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. Walker signed Act 131 into law, making Wisconsin the first state in the nation to allow the bright pink color as a safety apparel for hunting. The color was studied by the University...