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Mock Scrapes,the Deadliest tactic of all!

Should You Hunt Over A Scrape?

There is no other buck sign in the woods that gives up so much information about local deer, bucks in particular, than scrapes and licking branches. Humans can equate this to the equivalent of what the internet and smart phones can do for them....more>
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Fall perch fishing isn't complicated

Yellow Perch, A Fall Strategy...

Few things in fishing are as basic as yellow perch. For the most part this seemingly always cooperative species can be caught in most lakes with little more than some bottom fishing rigs and a bucket full of minnows....more>
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Quit dreaming and start building

Making Your Own Cedar Strip Canoe...

PART I Ever dream of portaging a light, quiet canoe into that hidden valley to that big beaver pond where you always said, "I wish I had a boat?" Can you picture drifting silently across the pond with your fly rod in hand and trout rising to eagerly take flies around you? You gotta smile! Those trout have never seen an artificial fly before....more>
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Understanding voluntary QDM Cooperatives

Do They Work? How Do You Start One?...

It was a Sunday afternoon in late October 2010 when John Geiger II stopped by Mike McCrea's house to see the nice buck Mike had taken a few days earlier....more>
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Fall Turkey Doggin'

Fall turkey hunting with a dog has been around a lot longer than spring hunting...

When people think about turkey hunting, they often think of gobbling longbeards, yelping hens, flowering dogwoods and the fresh spring air. Few people think about barking dogs and busting flocks of turkeys in the fall....more>
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Harvesting mature does may not always be a good idea!

One objective of Quality Deer Management (QDM) is harvesting enough female deer to maintain population in balance with the habitat. QDM guidelines generally recommend harvesting the largest doe in a group because they are most likely adults....more>
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