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6 Tips For Your First Do-It-Yourself Elk Hunt

Fundamentals Every Bowhunter Should Know Before Hitting the Elk Timber Every year, groups of hunters get busy planning their first archery elk hunts. Anticipation runs high and everyone is mentally and physically stoked. Afterward, the 20-some-hour ride back home only adds insult to injury, in many cases. Wait! It doesn’t have to be that way!…

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Late Season Bowhunting Success

Temperatures drop, winds howl, and snow falls, transforming many hunters into football tans. Remember, every seven-year-old Boone & Crocket buck had to survive its hunting season as a six-year-old. We all dream of that once-in-a-lifetime deer and sometimes it happens in the fourth quarter. With greatly reduced hunting pressure in late season, deer return to…

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How to Make A Deer Mineral Lick

A mineral lick is where animals in nutrient-poor ecosystems obtain essential minerals. Mineral licks often occur naturally, providing the sodium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, and zinc required in the springtime for bone, antler, and muscle growth (along with milk production) in deer, moose, elk, and other wildlife. Minerals benefit deer health and antler growth (we think):…

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Winter Whitetail Management – Backyard Feeding

As a dedicated whitetail conservationist, wildlife biologist and big game hunter, I have had the pleasure of managing winter whitetails for more than 25 years. From deeryard operations in the mountains of Quebec, to counting ‘pellet groups’ in Central Ontario as part of a Fish & Wildlife program, to today managing my own backyard program…

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