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Nikki Boxler

A Successful Whitetail Hunt – Texas Style


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After two layovers and getting delayed on my final flight the plane finally touched down in Amarillo. I said hello…..again to freezing cold temperatures. Come on Mother Nature, this is the South! It’s supposed to be warm! The temperatures in Amarillo were forecasted to be in the 40s. However, when I arrived, I must have […]

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Melissa Bachman

Late-Season Whitetail Tips


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Food & Water Source– When late season hits, bucks will be back on a pattern. The rut has bucks running all over and they become very unpredictable. Once late season hits their number one goal is to fill up on groceries and get their weight back up. Bucks are seriously run down after the rut […]

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Live the Legend

Four Tips for Late Season Whitetails


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Hunt Midweek – Think you’ve become a master of patterning deer? By the second or third week of the season, you can bet the whitetails have patterned hunters, too. Most likely even better than you could ever dream. With the bulk of hunter pressure taking place on weekends, put in for a few scattered vacation […]

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Melissa Bachman

Three Tips for More Whitetail Success


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Next, you will also find that if you’re hunting a heavily pressured area, mid-day can be amazing time hunting because many people will leave their stand locations and kick up deer.  If you’re the one still on stand you can benefit greatly from others going in and out for lunch or a mid-day break. It’s […]

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Melissa Bachman

Improve Whitetail Success with Just One Tip


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The reason for this is simple: the less disruptive you can be to a spot, the better your odds. Sure, it may get slow around noon but if you’re hunting an area that is heavily pressured by neighbors this can also be a huge help. Most people are getting out of their stands and heading […]

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Grant Woods

Scouting Whitetails During Season


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  Changes in habitat due to crops being harvested and the resulting changes in areas of a deer’s home range often require hunters to scout during season. The same can be true for hunters, like me, that hunt in areas primarily covered by timber. Acorns started falling last week here in southern Missouri, and within […]

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