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Nikki Boxler

Tips on Setting Trail Cameras This Summer


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Summer is almost here which means bucks are growing their antlers and fawns are on the ground! This is a great time to start taking inventory of whose been sneaking around your property. Winchester Life co-host Nikki Boxler gives us 3 tips for setting up for trail cameras.      

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Melissa Bachman

Summertime Game Camera Tips


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Summer is a time when most hunters are starting to feel a little starved for some hunting activities.  I love to shoot my guns, bows, get my gear organized, make lists of things I may want for the upcoming fall, but I also am super-interested in the growth and patterns of whitetails on property I […]

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Grant Woods

Hit List Bucks


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Since trail cameras have become so popular the term “hit list” is commonly used by hunters. It refers to a list of bucks that a hunter is trying to tag. Many folks use a buck’s age and/or antler size to determine if a buck is placed on their hit list. Using age as a criterion […]

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Melissa Bachman

What trail camera is best for your setup? IR, Flash, or Black Flash?


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As the bucks begin their antler growth, it’s time to get your cameras back on deer trails, fields, and over mineral sites. If you’re in the market for a new camera, there are a few things you should consider before you make a purchase. First, with the advancement in technology cameras have come a long […]

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Melissa Bachman

Trail Cameras as Scouting Tools


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Scouting can be one of the most powerful tools in your arsenal as a whitetail hunter – especially during early season. Many bucks will continue with their summer feeding patterns, however unless you’re available to watch the fields and spend hours scouting, it can still be difficult to figure out the exact trails they’re using. […]

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