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Locavore Blog: Five Bowhunting and Tree Stand Safety Tips

I’ll be hunting from two, possibly three, tree stand locations on our property this October. Based on Bryce Towsley’s advice on scent control, I know I need to switch locations throughout the season so the scent has a chance to neutralize. In fact, he mentioned that the first day you hunt in a tree...

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Today’s Tree Stands More Comfortable, Safe

Thanks to modern stand manufacturers, newer materials and better designs, hunting whitetails in comfort up in a tree is easier than ever. By Patrick Meitin It’s a safe assumption that most of you spend almost every spare autumn moment perched in trees. Years ago, I’d sit or stand on branches or a 2-by-4 tacked...

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New Pop-Up Blind Good for Deer, Turkey Hunting

by Alan Clemons Hunter’s Specialties ground blind, the Primetime, is a great combo blind for multiple uses: deer, turkey, predators, watching wildlife with family and kids, or even camping overnight. Ample windows and space add comfort and hunting ease. Durability allows you to leave it in the woods so  wildlife become accustomed to it,...

Reader: “I’m Going to Die” After Fall

by John Smith, D&DH reader My first day hunting the 2010 Wisconsin bow season nearly became my last. On Nov. 8, I went to hunt a 40-acre wooded lot in the central part of the state. I have hunted the land more than 20 years. Although it is small, it features a nice oak...

Video: What to Do When a Bear Climbs Up Your Stand

Some of you have recently reported suspicious phone calls or offers in the mail to renew your subscription to Deer & Deer Hunting.

Your uneasiness may be justified. While still rare, fraudulent mailings and phone calls are increasing. We have confirmed that unauthorized parties are attempting to represent themselves...