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Linger for the Lens!
For those of you who use trail cameras like I do, I think you'll find this tip very useful! I've noticed deer will stay longer in front of my camera if I take a moment to broadcast the corn and other attractants instead of just dumping it in a big pi...

Treestand Treats!
Years ago while hunting in Mexico, I picked up one of the simplest, most useful hunting tips I've ever received. Take a handful of hard candy with you before heading to your stand, and keep it in your pocket within easy reach.

Feather & Floss Wind Indicator
Bird hunters, save the downy feathers from your pheasants, doves, quail and grouse for a foolproof feather wind indicator. I like to attach a feather to an 8 to 12 inch length of dental floss, then tie the other end to my gun barrel and let the feat...

Approach Animals from Behind!
My father always taught me that a deer's behavior is often deceptive, especially if it is injured or wounded. Deer will sometimes play possum, as they do instinctively as a fawn, allowing danger to pass by.

Space Blanket Uses for Deer Hunters
Before deer season starts, I buy a couple of space blankets to use in a number of different ways in the field.

Hand Warmer, Rubber Band & Tink's Trick
Here's a little trick I like to use during the rut, especially on cold days. It's really easy and will help you conserve your liquid scents, saving you money in the end.

Failing Food Plots?
Hardpan could be the culprit for your failing food plots. You might have noticed that some or all of your plots are not producing like they used to or that they seem to be prone to failure in the summer months. One factor that you might not have co...

Wet Weather Gun Barrel Tip
When I'm out on a muzzleloader hunt, I always take a small piece of electric tape and place the tape over the end of my gun barrel. This is really an advantage on rainy days and on mornings when heavy dew is falling.
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