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Grant Woods

Protecting Beans With An Electric Fence


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Deer are very attracted to soybeans. Soybeans provide excellent quality forage for deer! So planting soybeans in food plots seems like an easy win win. However, deer can damage soybeans to the point they won’t grow or produce pods during the late winter if there are a lot of deer in the area and/or the […]

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Melissa Bachman

Winchester Deadly Passion – Season IV


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As a young girl dreaming of a way to hunt for a living, I could have never imagined the things that were in store for me. All I ever wanted to do was hunt for a living, but I never realized how much more it would become. It’s not just a hobby or something I […]

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Shooting Sports Snapshot: Who is Today’s Recreational Shooter


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Despite living in a world with virtual informational overload courtesy of the Internet, cable TV, satellite radio and much, much more, it’s amazing the misinformation that is still out there. In fact, no matter what the subject, misconceptions often persist as one person says something to a friend, on Facebook or on some message board […]

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Grant Woods

Wheat As A Cover Crop For Clover


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Deer love most types of grain. Grain is full of energy and sources of high quality energy are rare in nature (acorns on the ground are a low quality source of energy). Many folks plant corn as a source of energy, but corn can be a tough crop for food plot farmers to grow. Corn […]

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Melissa Bachman

Slug Guns – They’ve Come A Long Way


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As a kid, most of my hunting was done in central Minnesota where slugs were the only legal way to shoot deer. Many other states still continue this rule including Illinois, Iowa, among others. I didn’t start off at 12 years old with a rifle, I had a 20-gauge slug gun. I quickly grew very […]

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Videotape Your Training Regimen


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Video and the many simple ways to capture it has changed the way all of us live, especially in the last 10 to 20 years. From the rise and popularity of YouTube and the widespread ability to film quality footage from our smartphones to compact video cameras and digital SLRs capable of shooting HD footage, […]

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Grant Woods

Plant More Soybeans


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Deer love soybeans! They crave the protein rich forage during the summer and the energy rich grains during the winter. In fact, deer crave soybeans so much that they can totally consume a young soybean crop in smaller fields such as food plots long before hunting season. Does that mean soybeans are a bad choice […]

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Melissa Bachman

Hot Fun In The Summertime


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5 Family Fun Activities for Spending Your Summer Outdoors- Fun Run’s- I recently competed in a Wipeout 5k Run where it was a huge obstacle course that definitely made running way more fun! Plus, it helps test your core strength, speed, and coordination. Many of these runs aren’t necessarily designed for the people to take […]

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