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Entries for May 2012



Deer Drop Off Tactic
One of the advantages hunters have in areas frequented by vehicles and farming equipment is that deer are often completely unafraid of machinery. They are used to seeing and hearing equipment go by, so watching a truck, tractor or ATV ramble past ...

Old Deer Calendars = Educational Targets
At the end of the year, don't throw away your deer calendar. You know, the ones with the beautiful whitetail photos for each month of the year. Deer calendars are perfect for teaching youth or beginners shot placement and various hunting situation...

How to Prevent Cold Weather Firearm Condensation
When temperatures plummet to well below freezing, one of the most common mistakes hunters make is bringing their firearms indoors at night. The indoor temperature and moisture in the air are vastly different than those outdoors, and condensation fo...

Use Binoculars as a Camera Zoom Lens
While muzzleloader hunting in Ohio in 2010, I witnessed extremely wide 10-pointer bedding down in the rain. It plopped down about 70 yards behind and to the side of my ground blind in an area out of my shooting lane.

Cutting Down On "The Fidgets"
The challenges for taking a child hunting, especially for the first time, are vastly different from those of an adult beginner. Anyone who's tried to sit quietly with a youngster can tell you about the fidgets.
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