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Scott Leysath

EARLY SEASON (WARM WEATHER) GAME PROCESSING


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As I write this blog, I’m about a week away from my first deer hunt of the season. By the time this blog posts, I will hopefully have bagged, processed, cooked and consumed at least part of an early season deer. I’m headed to the central coast of California to shoot a blacktail deer on […]

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Live the Legend

EARLY GOOSE SEASON TIPS


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It was little more than 20 years ago that the Atlantic Flyway was closed down temporarily to Canada goose hunting because it was feared their numbers were too low. It didn’t stay closed long and for good reason. The Canada goose population in the East and across the rest of its migratory range has exploded. […]

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Nikki Boxler

Turkey Scouting and Early Season Techniques


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Turkey season is just around the corner and has even begun in some states. As I gear up for the first turkey hunt of the season, I like to look back on past seasons and reflect on the things that I have learned through personal experience and through hunting with others. While I am constantly […]

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Melissa Bachman

Manage Early Season Scrapes to Your Advantage


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Many scrapes are done during the night…during the time when it is not legal to hunt. However, you can manage early seasons scrapes to your advantage. Come along on this video blog from Winchester Deadly Passion’s Melissa Bachman and learn how to set mock scrapes to increase daytime buck activity.

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Melissa Bachman

Snakes and Early Season Hunting – Things to Watch Out For


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As early fall approaches many hunters will be traveling out west for antelope, mule deer, and elk.  With months of preparation and excitement leading up to the trip everyone is hoping for a fun and successful hunt.  However, one bad encounter with a rattlesnake can turn a hunting trip into a complete disaster. I’m no […]

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Grant Woods

The End of Bachelor Groups


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It’s early September and deer season opens soon in most states. Many hunters have spent some time during the past month scouting and thinking about stand placement. Bachelor groups are relatively easy to find this time of year and it’s tempting to place stands based on these observations. That may not be a good strategy. […]

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Grant Woods

The October Lull


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It’s mid-October and still a week or so before the whitetail pre rut in most areas. Often, this portion of the season is referred to as the October Lull. I’ve certainly experienced some hunts during this time of year when it seemed there were no deer in the area. I’ve also experienced some great hunts […]

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