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Grant Woods

Protecting Beans With An Electric Fence by Grant Woods


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  The first year I used a fence to protect beans I was shocked that a fence only two feet tall would keep deer from tasty soybeans. This video shows why the fence works. Deer almost always investigate new features with their nose. Their nose is moist so it’s a perfect conductor of electricity. Clearly […]

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Winchester Deadly Passion – Season IV by Melissa Bachman


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Originally, I couldn’t wait to plan the next trip, or get a crack at a big buck but now it’s become something beyond that. Sure I still love to sit on stand, rattle in a big buck, or hunt through a snowstorm, but what truly makes me happy is knowing I can make a difference. […]

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Shooting Sports Snapshot: Who is Today’s Recreational Shooter


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We’ve decided to share a few key facts this week that will help you the next time you find yourself in a discussion with a nonshooter or even a shooter who spouts out some incorrect information. It’s important that all of us, no matter whether we like to hunt, target shoot or are focused on […]

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Wheat As A Cover Crop For Clover by Grant Woods


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  However, wheat planted with clover provides food during more months. In this video there are deer and turkey eating wheat seed heads. Notice there’s a great stand of clover below the wheat. I planted the clover and wheat at the same time during the early fall. The wheat came up first and provided quality […]

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Melissa Bachman

Slug Guns – They’ve Come A Long Way by Melissa Bachman


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It’s a lot of time spent on the river bottoms rattling in the thick brush. Most of the shots will be inside of 50-yards. However, many times you have some brush obstructing your shot or you may have a frontal shot. The reason for a frontal shots is because when rattling, bucks sometimes come out […]

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Videotape Your Training Regimen


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Too, it’s allowed for a good number of teachable moments, and has even allowed for many sportsmen to launch careers producing outdoor television programming where at one time they might have otherwise been shut out of those opportunities due to the high cost and complicated nature of capturing and editing footage. One place that video […]

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Plant More Soybeans by Grant Woods


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Deer (and other critters) will start removing soybean seedlings as soon as they are a few inches tall. So I’ve started planting way more seeds than needed to make a full crop by the end of summer. I know I need to allow for several of the plants being totally consumed or severely damaged by […]

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Hot Fun In The Summertime by Melissa Bachman


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  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 off running the entire time. Plenty of people […]

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