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Hunting Food Plots
Harvest time is here. The work is done and it’s time to reap the benefits of your labor. These tips will help you be more effective at hunting your food plots.

Setup Checklist
First time hunters often make small mistakes that lead to big failures. That’s all part of gaining experience and learning how to hunt.

Pull Those Stands!
Have you ever been walking through the woods and found a treestand wedged so tightly into a tree that the hunter could not remove it, therefore it had to be left behind?

Peanut Butter: The Pre-Attractant Attractant
If you use corn as an attractant, either for baiting or drawing deer to trail cameras, sometimes it takes a while for deer to find it.

Train Your Dog to Find Sheds
Now that I have trained my young Labrador Retriever to find sheds, I look forward to my time in the woods at the end of deer season.

Inexpensive Snow Suit
I live in Washington state where there's a 100 percent chance it will snow during the late season. My tip should help hunters in other states when it snows, even those who hunt in the Deep South because snowstorms sometimes stray into Alabama, Texas ...

Field Test Before D-Day
Whether you are a bowhunter or gunhunter, make sure to wear the same clothes and use the same gear you will be hunting with. This will prevent problems before the moment of truth arrives.

Avoid the Half Moon Club
Have you ever noticed how many hunters — even famous ones — have a little scar on one eyebrow or across the bridge of the nose? That's the telltale sign they've been cut by a riflescope.
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