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Melissa Bachman

How to Winterize Ground Blinds for the Late Season


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If you’re like me and enjoy hunting late season, you may have experienced difficulties with your ground blinds and snow. I can’t count the number of times I’ve arrived at my blind only to find it caved in from the weight of snow. And many times, the hubs or bars are also damaged. Usually I […]

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Nikki Boxler

Late-Season Whitetail Tips & Tactics


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The clock is ticking…time is running out to get that big buck on the ground this season. To me, late season can be the easiest time to pattern mature bucks. When it comes to sealing the deal, there are a few tricks I keep up my sleeve to utilize when the time is right.  Never […]

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Live the Legend

Four Late Season Deer Tips


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As firearms deer season’s wind down and rut activity dwindles, many hunters begin to feel anxious if they have yet to score on that buck they dreamt about before opening day. Time to punch your ticket is running out. If desperation is setting in, don’t let it. Instead try one of these tricks to save […]

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Nikki Boxler

Tips on How Best to Stay Warm in the Late Season


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Headgear I am sure everyone is aware that a nice warm hat keeps heat in as temperatures drop. But what about the neck and face? Considering heat escapes through the head and neck, I like to wear an extra-long face mask that doubles as a neck warmer. That way, it’s long enough to tuck into […]

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Nikki Boxler

How to Best Prepare for the Late Waterfowl Season


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In order to adapt, we need to go back to the drawing board and switch up tactics for late season waterfowl hunting. Matt and I touched on several concepts including strategies for scouting, decoys setups, and concealment. Below is a little Q & A I recently had with him: Scouting As a whitetail hunter I […]

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Live the Legend

Six Late Season Waterfowl Tips


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1.Be There Hopefully you didn’t burn up all of your vacation time over the holidays and the boss is willing to work with you on some short notice days off. Why? Because when weather fronts up North or pushing from the Northwest begin pushing into your area, look for new ducks and geese, unfamiliar with […]

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