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Grant Woods

Second Season


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My family and I really enjoy the second deer season – shed hunting season! Shed hunting is about as fun as deer hunting – except that it doesn’t provide wonderful, natural venison for the freezer…darn. Bucks shed their antlers when their testosterone level drops below a certain threshold.  The annual testosterone cycle is relatively simple. […]

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Live the Legend

Late Season Predators & Dressing Like An Onion


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While deer hunter numbers remain the highest of all with over 10 million strong, participation numbers of hunting ‘other’ species is on a sharp incline. The ‘other’ in this statement includes wild turkey, wild boar, and coyote hunting. These ‘other’ species enable many deer hunters to hunt for longer periods of the calendar year. Coyote […]

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Late season hunting
Grant Woods

Late Season Rut Hunting


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Every deer hunter looks forward to hunting the rut. This is a time of increased daytime deer activity and bucks are focused on receptive does and not as alert to predators (hunters). Planning hunting strategies for the rut may often mean hunting areas of thick cover as that’s where receptive does will attempt to escape […]

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