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Tips & Tricks

Trail Camera Buyers Guide

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Trail cameras are an extremely valuable hunting tool that even the most skeptical old timers can appreciate. These cameras provide hunters with key forest intel 24 hours a day that can drastically improve your odds of success.

While they started out as basic motion sensing camera their features and capabilities have grown in power and complexity. This guide will help you understand more about the features available on modern trail cameras and what trail camera is right for you.

Tips & Tricks

Summer Food Plots

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Time to plant those summer food plots.

There are many things you can do to get your property ready for planting those food plots. If you are someone who is serious about  hunting trophy bucks then there are some of the things you need to think about when preparing and planting your food plots.

1. DECIDING WHERE TO PLANT
  • When deciding where to plant you want to choose places away from property lines and public roads. This will decrease the chances of poaching.
  • You want to pick a site that will retain some moisture.
  • Pick a location and a size and shape for the plot

Tips & Tricks

Crossbow Moose Hunting

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Crossbow Hunting moose will require a different set of skills than you would normally use hunting deer.

You’ll be hunting a much larger animal, that responds differently to calls, scents and human activity than your average deer. Nothing is more satisfying than a successful crossbow moose hunt so we’ve put together some tips to make sure you come out on top.

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No Food Plot! No Problem

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Not everyone has the land, resources or time to invest in whitetail food plot. Don’t be discouraged if this is the case for your upcoming season because their are a lot of natural food sources that can offer you the same advantageous position.

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Treestand Tune-Up

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With last season officially in the books it’s time to check out your gear and make sure it’s ready for year of open season action. While the best time to check out your treestand is immediately following your hunting season not all of us get around to it or are able, due to weather conditions. So here’s a quick treestand tune-up guide that will help ensure is safe and ready to go.

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Coyote Crossbow Hunting Tips

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Coyote hunting will challenge your skill as both a hunter and crossbow marksmen. These wily predators aren’t easily fooled and will require a strong understanding of their behavior in order to get them in crossbow range. Here are 10 essential coyote hunting tactics:

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1. Tracks, Tracks and More Tracks

  • If you want to hunt them down you first need to find them. Wait for a fresh snow fall and then get out of the house and look for tracks. If you’re in the south get out after a rain or wind storm to find these fresh tracks. New tracks will point you in the general direction and will give you a firm starting point.