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Tools of the Trade

  Tools of the Trade   Not every food plot is chiseled out and planted with a tractor. There are some, especially for those looking to create a secluded honeyhole, that simply require a lot of elbow grease. Designed to make the job easier for those hard-to-plant areas is BioLogic’s 50-100 lb. Push Broadcast Spreader. A […]

Give Them What They Need

  Give Them What They Need   When you stare at a towering oak what do you see? Aside from beauty and strength, you should see a tree that delivers a vital food source to your deer herd. However, as trees grow and withstand the tests of time, we tend to ignore them a bit. […]

Teen Boys on Vacation

  Teen Boys on Vacation by Charley There are only three things that teenage boys are interested in: food, girls and sports. The order may change depending on the kid, but these pretty much sum it up. Incessant video gaming counts as sports. Food will usually take a lesser position in the hierarchy…except when they’re […]

Quality Archery Designs

  Quality Archery Designs   Bring a new element of accuracy to your summer string-and-string practice sessions with Quality Archery Designs UltraRest HDX. Dripping with purposeful features, the HDX shimmers in the archery limelight. For starters, the rest sports a new-for-2013 sleek, curved capture bar to ensure maximum arrow clearance while adding more overall versatility […]

Building New Duck Blinds

Building New Duck Blinds Yes, the first migrations of winter seem light years away, but there’s plenty to do to pass the time and ensure this duck season is your best ever. What exactly? Well for starters, heed the advice of Mossy Oak’s Neill Haas concerning the importance of building new duck blinds. “No matter […]

Good Shed Hunting Leads to the Trophy Buck

    Good Shed Hunting Leads to the Trophy Buck  by ZZ Troutski Even though deer season is behind us, the clock turns fast. Soon the weather will once again cool and the whitetail will be back on everyone’s mind.   There are many ‘to do’ lists out there right now for the hunter. They […]

Game Management with Sprayers

Game Management with Sprayers Mossy Oak BioLogic’s Austin Delano could talk all day about effective game management with sprayers, but for this particular piece, Delano wanted to give a general overview about spraying techniques both to control weeds and grasses in food plots and proper fertilizer application. “Perennial fields like clovers, chicory and alfalfa are […]

Proper Seedling Planting

Proper Seedling Planting Seedlings are becoming increasingly popular with land managers. Aside from being extremely economical, seedlings are a great choice for those looking to plant numerous trees at once. They are a joy to nurture and watch grow. However, whether you’re planting one seedling or 500, there are some planting steps you should follow […]

Think of Transportation Before Deer Season Arrives

  Think of Transportation Before Deer Season Arrives By ZZ Troutski Even though the camo is laundered and stored, and the firearms and tree stands have been cleaned and put away, time does fly. Soon deer season will come around again, so selecting the tools you need ahead of time is always a good thing. […]

Summer Scouting Tactics

Summer Scouting Tactics Summer is one of the best times of the year to embark on hands-on reconnaissance missions for trophy whitetails. Why? For starters, bucks are visible at food sources in the early mornings and late evenings. Being able to watch particular bucks for days on end as they enter and exit a food […]