Buckmasters Magazine

Entries for May 2016

The Green Menace

The Green Menace

By David Hart

How to control weeds and keep them from ruining your food plot. There’s a monster out there — a green menace lurking in your food plot. It’s not a plague of insects or some alien disease. No, this monster is that catch-all category of plants we call “weeds.” Fescue, Bermuda and other grasses, along with curly dock, thi... READ MORE

Git ’R Done

Git ’R Done

By Ken Piper

While not a traditional deer call, apparently yelling at the family dog can yield a trophy buck. Clee Dixon has seen and killed more big bucks than most people ever dream of. Growing up in a farming family in western Illinois and carrying on the tradition today, Clee encounters deer on a regular basis, including the big bucks that raid his soybeans... READ MORE

Duo Deer Hunt

Duo Deer Hunt

By Bob Humphrey

Sometimes you can have the best of both hunting worlds. For many Easterners, shooting a mule deer is a lifetime goal. You save your money until you can finally afford that once-in-a-lifetime Western hunt. Weeks of searching the Internet, talking with outfitters and interviewing references eventually lead to a reputable enterprise. You book the hunt... READ MORE

Dad Would Be Proud

Dad Would Be Proud

By Steve Foate with Scott Foate

Deer management program pays off big time for father and son. Each year as I sit in my stand, I daydream of the big bucks that live in our part of the country. I paint a vivid picture of my son, Kevin, holding the rack of a trophy buck as he smiles at me and we share the closeness that only those who have been there can understand. Another wish was... READ MORE

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