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Melissa Bachman

It is that “Tine” of Year Again – Shed Hunting Season


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This seems obvious, however, the location needs to be where animals are during their late-season patterns. Just because a great supply of deer live in an area during the rut doesn’t mean they will be wintering in the same location; so, some scouting may be helpful. Food becomes a necessity during winter. Most animals are […]

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Melissa Bachman

How to Create a Buck Paradise in Front of Your Stand by Melissa Bachman


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  Come along on this video blog by Winchester Deadly Passion’s Melissa Bachman to learn how to do it. It’ll take a little sweat-equity, but will surely pay off in spades down the line. We will give you a few hints: cover, food and water. Check out his video to learn more.

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Nikki Boxler

Tips for Finding More Bone This Spring


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Begin Where Deer Are I know this sounds obvious, but in my early days I would get easily side tracked and end up walking down countless trails. Now I begin where I know the deer hang out. Food sources and bedding areas. Food is typically limited during winter months; therefore, deer will spend a lot […]

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Melissa Bachman

Here Comes the National Wild Turkey Federation Convention


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So how did turkeys suddenly re-appear in my neck of the woods and across the country?  One big reason, the National Wild Turkey Federation which was founded in 1973.  At that time there were about 1.5 million wild turkey across North America.  After decades of work, that number has it a historic high, boasting almost […]

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