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Entries for February 2014



Boy, Oh Boy
The Schulz family lives on a small farm close to Cincinnati, but they own about 80 acres in Brown County to the east. It was here that Kirk Schulz and his then 7-year-old son, James, began to hunt deer together. James started with a shotgun before...

Hunting Sheds is a Fun Challenge
At the end of winter, many people shun being outdoors, but hunting deer antler sheds can be an enjoyable and rewarding activity. As a bonus, searching for sheds can also be a means of scouting for the following deer season. If you think that seei...

Ohio remains top deer hunting state
From Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Deer-archery season ended Feb. 2, bringing all seasons to a close, during which Ohio’s hunters checked 191,459 white-tailed deer during the 2013-2014 hunting seasons.

Top Secret Public Land Tip
I like to bowhunt Missouri’s public hunting grounds from mid-September thru mid-January, which is a long season. This is permissible in Missouri because a compound bow is considered a legal weapon during all the deer seasons as long as you have the...

2005 Season Yields a New World Record
On the second evening of our six-day hunt in Alberta, my hunting buddy, Robert Hedges, guide Clayton Royer and I left camp on four-wheelers for the 3-mile ride to our stands. Robert and I were going to hunt heavily traveled deer trails on opposite...

The Whitetail's Home Range
Bob, I live and hunt in southern Mississippi and have a small food plot with rye grass and a corn feeder in a natural opening that is about 20 yards long and 10 yards wide.
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