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Melissa Bachman

Late-Season Whitetail Tips


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If you still have a tag in your pocket when late season hits, you may be in luck! I’ve always been a huge fan of late season hunting for whitetails. This can be a very productive time of the year. Below are four proven tips that I’ve used to find success as seasons begin winding […]

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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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Regardless of where you’re hunting around the country, November is a time whitetail hunters wait for. The weather is finally cooling down, the rut is ramping up and every hunter is trying to come up with new ways to improve their success. Sure, there is a ton of great gear that can help make you […]

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Grant Woods

Scouting Whitetails During Season


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The season for whitetails is now open in most states. In addition, farmers are starting to harvest crops, acorns are starting to fall, and the average daily temperature is changing rapidly in some areas. These factors and more mean many whitetails are changing their patterns. A perfect example of whitetails changing their movement patterns occurs […]

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