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  1. Whitetail Deer Habitat
    I hunt on a camp that is roughly 2,000 acres in NE Michigan. The area I hunt is around 140-160 acres. I have established food sources and access; however, after 5 years in the spot I’ve gathered that deer are bedding a considerable distance away. I have around 15-20 acres of cedar thicket (white...
  2. Wildlife Habitat
    Want to hear opinions on best three plants and trees for cover that dont require specific soil type. (Bonus points for adding a foodsource) My top choices would be: 1. Box Elder 2. Honeysuckle 3. Grapevine This is a thick mess when all three grow together.
  3. Whitetail Deer Habitat
    Aside from the obvious needs like full sunlight and cross-pollination, how do you choose the location for your apple trees? Middle of your food plot? Within bow shooting distance? In the middle of the woods as a destination? Right now, I am thinking I will plant them along the edge of my long...
  4. Wildlife Habitat
    I have searched the forums and don't see any current discussions on tree tubes. With the arrival of conservation district mailers for spring planting I've been searching for good prices on tubes. I would like to see if there is interest to pool our resources together and buy at a discount. I...
  5. Hunting Articles
    We've moved through winter, made it past the initial spring green up and have started running our trail cameras. The weather is warming, the velvet is starting to grow and food plot work is in full swing. It's the rush of the summer "off season" and I can really feel it starting to drive me...
  6. Hunting Articles
    I will be the first to admit that the last few months haven't exactly been the most exciting times in the history of Whitetail Weekly. Between being in the peak of our "off-season" and staying close to home awaiting the birth of our second child I didn't spend much time in the woods generating...
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