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Maintaining Your Native Prairie Planting

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Planting fields of native and prairie grasses is a great way to increase bedding cover for your local deer herd. Here's a few tips from Habitat Forever on properly maintaining your native grasses during their first two seasons.
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Giant Whitetails of the 2011 Illinois Deer Classic

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With the “show season” in full swing it seems like just about every weekend from now until the fall there’s a deer show being held somewhere. From coast to coast there’s no doubt that deer hunters love to get together, check out some new products, enjoy a few tasty beverages and look at BIG whitetails! […]
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The Running of the Does

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To hardcore deer hunters, nothing is more exciting than the onset of the whitetail rut.  It’s a magical period filled with high-impact action that teaches hunters so much about the creatue that they revere.   If one is lucky enough to be in an environment that’s heavily populated by whitetails, the education potential is multiplied proportionately.  […]
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Crossbows are the Right Choice for Some Bowhunters

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More states are making room for crossbows during their regular archery big-game seasons. The reason? Crossbows not only recruit new bowhunters, they retain bowhunters who would normally drop out at older ages.
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Why Put a Price Tag on Our Venison or Fillets?

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Why do so many hunter/gatherers feel the need to cost-justify their activities by trying to calculate the value of venison or fish they bring home? Does a golfer, softball player or flower-gardener cost-justify their hobbies and recreation?
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Armchair Whitetail Scouting

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Flying under the whitetail radar, while effectively locating your next trophy from the comfort of your own home, is actually easier than it sounds using these three steps.
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Backyard Bow Pro & Muzzy 200 Club

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Some of the best things about attending deer classics across the country are the people you meet and the interesting ideas, innovative new products and programs you discover while walking the show floor. Stan was invited to attend the Western Carolina Quality Deer Management Association (WCQDMA) Show and we spent a weekend among some of the friendliest people I have ever encountered at a public event like this.
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