Older bucks finally starting to show up

This first buck is 3 yrs old. His left eye does not reflect in the flash of the camera which has made him easy to identify. I have a shed…

Older bucks finally starting to show up
The freshness of summer

I know this is the wrong forum, but the NE is home base for me. Man, what an awesome summer so far! Tons of 60's-70's for highs, and nights in…

The freshness of summer
Rod porn!

picked up a Clearwater today and a sage reel 9 ft 7 wt with the SA Titan taper line.. Casts great. I like it.

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Rod porn!
Food Plot Layers of oats, rye and peas (even wheat)

Wheat or Rye?

As far as wheat or rye...rye is the most soil, ph, and cold tolerant forage variety that you can plant. I have used it heavily from UP sandy…

Food Plot Layers of oats, rye and peas (…

Habitat Improvement on a budget

July 26, 2014

Want to create a nice watering hole that will last? Shop Craig’s list and look for people either getting rid of or selling their old plastic ponds. I found this one for sale for $30. I could have bought an even larger one for $50. I have also seen them in the garbage. Get your [...]

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Habitat Improvement: The Craigslist Way

July 9, 2014

Do you have plans to improve your whitetail hunting grounds? Are you considering whether you can do low budget food plots if you opt for the do-it-yourself method? You certainly can (see my previous article), but for a little more money you can get so much more done. Habitat improvement has become increasingly popular in recent [...]

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Historical Weather Patterns: 2014 Rut Precision Whitetail Forecast

June 25, 2014

*2012 Central MI Bow Buck Since 1986 I have absolutely loved chasing whitetails, and since 1986 I can count on 1 hand the number of times I have hunted from someone else’s treestand. So, in 2012 when my close friend and previous client invited me to take a couple of sits on his land while [...]

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A Pair of Sheds for Father’s Day

June 16, 2014

I have never found a shed antler before. Even though I have not set out purposely to discover any, I try to keep an eye open for them. This weekend was all work for me on the hunting property, but a treasured moment with my son made it all worthwhile. This weekend began with a [...]

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Self Filming Setup For Beginners

June 12, 2014

It can be overwhelming trying to decide what video camera to buy when you decide you want to start filming your own hunts. I still remember scouring the internet last summer for hours, reading all sorts of reviews on video cameras, trying to figure out which camera would suit me best without breaking the bank. [...]

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