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Mike Stock – Deer Season XP


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Winchester Centerfire Rifle Product Manager, Mike Stock, introduces the NEW Winchester Deer Season XP ammo. Deer Season XP combines decades of Winchester experience into the perfect choice for deer hunting ammunition. Accuracy, combined with massive bullet impact performance means that Deer Season XP is a great choice for all deer hunters. The large diameter polymer […]

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JASON GILBERTSON – WINCHESTER GOES DIGITAL


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We’re at the 2015 SHOT Show where we caught up with Jason Gilbertson from Winchester who walks us through all of the innovative ways that you can learn about Winchester online. Whether you are looking for Winchester product information on Winchester.com or researching food plot strategies on the Winchester World of Whitetail website or just […]

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Minerals Now


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Many adult does throughout most of the whitetail’s range have already been bred. It seems many managers tend to ignore does this time of year unless they are still trying to reach a doe harvest objective to balance the number of deer with the amount of quality food in an area. The health of does […]

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Feeding Deer During Stressful Conditions


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This week I received several questions about feeding corn to deer due to the stressful winter conditions throughout much of the whitetails’ range. No one likes the thought of deer suffering and searching for food in the extreme cold and deep snow. However, starting to feed corn after deer are stressed and there isn’t much food for […]

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Scouting After the Kill


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This time of year most bucks are seeking the best food in their home range to recover from the rut. Does and fawns are seeking calories to maintain body heat and maintenance/growth. Both genders and all age classes of deer are seeking quality food. It’s time to change from rut season hunting strategies to stand […]

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Red Oak Acorns


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Last week in this blog I wrote about white oak acorns. Deer prefer white oak acorns because they aren’t as bitter as those from red oaks as they have lower tannic acid content. However, this doesn’t mean you should ignore red oaks when scouting. White oak acorns will usually either sprout or rot within a […]

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White Oak Acorns


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Do oak trees cover half or more of the land where you hunt? If so, you’ve probably noticed that the number of deer seen in fields, crossing the road, etc., has decreased significantly during the past week or so. That’s because deer love acorns – especially white oak acorns. Matter of fact, deer were consuming […]

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