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03/21/2011
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CHOOSING YOUR EQUIPMENT More than any other style of hunting, bowhunting is more art than science. Just as each archer must adapt a shooting style to fit his or her personality and abilities, the selection of bow and accessories will be a highly personal and subjective choice. Two skilled, expert...
03/21/2011
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SHOOTING MECHANICS & TECHNIQUES If you try to force a bow to perform in a particular way, or try to force an arrow into the target, you create muscle tension that makes it nearly impossible to duplicate the same form shot after shot. But if you learn to relax, your body will assume the same...
03/21/2011
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The whitetail deer is a creature of habit, and for those who learn and understand these habits, the photographic opportunities abound. Deer will often use the same trail between bedding and feeding areas day after day. Setting up downwind of these trails can be very productive. The breeding season...
03/21/2011
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If you haven't already started a nutrition program now is a good time to start. Getting A Head Start On Nurtrition
03/21/2011
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From late December into January the does that did not conceive earlier may come into a late estrus. Older unhealthy does and does fawns may come into estrus at this time. Both the dominant and subdominant bucks may start cruising, scraping and chasing does again. By late December in the North and...
03/21/2011
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It is June and whitetail bucks and does should be on their summer home ranges, and the does should be fawning this month. It's time to start working on habitat improvement: fertilizing, mowing, spraying, and clearing trails and paths for the hunting season. Deer Management: Antler Growth
03/21/2011
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By July most of the does should be done fawning. The fawns should be growing and following their mothers some of the time. The bucks are growing racks, and all the deer should be feeding on preferred foods. Planning Ahead
03/21/2011
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About two to three weeks after peak breeding of whitetails has ceased some of the younger does that did jot come into estrous earlier, particularly six month old fawns in many regions, may come into a first estrous, and older does that were not bred earlier come into a second or possibly a third...
03/21/2011
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A low position in the breeding hierarchy results in less reproductive behavior and lower weight loss. The young bucks that do not breed grow to greater body size before they become dominant. This soon results in an overall increase in the number of older dominant bucks which leads to earlier...
03/21/2011
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Supplemental Winter Feeding