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03/21/2011
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To me first state, predator calling for Javelina should only be used in a situational manner (I'll explain later). If used incorrectly or in the wrong situation, predator calls will prove worthless. In fact, it will scare the Javelina herd away 99.9 percent of the time. Despite predator calling...
03/21/2011
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Cattle and goats have horns. Deer and elk have antlers. What are the differences between the two? Horns are: • Made of bony core covered by a thin layer of keratin, the same material as your fingernails; • Slow growing and permanent; they are not shed each year; • More like daggers than branches...
03/21/2011
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Some hunters claim to be interested in deer tracks only if a big whitetail buck is still standing in them. That old joke may be good for a laugh, but it also demeans the art of tracking, an ancient hunting tactic that has hung more than one heavy rack over the barn door.
03/07/2011
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Over the years I've read about a million articles about getting ready for hunting season. Most of those stories were hackneyed rehashes of the same old subject. Consider this article No. 1,000,001 on the same tired topic, but with a slightly different twist. I'm not going to warn you about getting...
03/07/2011
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The big game hunting season is underway nationwide and judging by the dozens of e-mails I have received about Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), hunters are worried about consuming the wild game meat they harvest, especially elk and deer, living in Colorado and Wyoming. I, too, must admit that I have...
03/07/2011
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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
03/06/2011
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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...
03/06/2011
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How does what the deer eat affect their behavior?
03/06/2011
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To Bag Big Bucks – Plant it and They Will Come!
03/06/2011
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Some hunters claim to be interested in deer tracks only if a big whitetail buck is still standing in them. That old joke may be good for a laugh, but it also demeans the art of tracking, an ancient hunting tactic that has hung more than one heavy rack over the barn door.