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Solving the Offseason Itch- A Guide to Shed Hunting

What is shed hunting, and what is its’ purpose? Male deer lose their antlers every year in the later winter months, between January through March. This includes whitetail deer, mule deer, elk, moose, and many other species of the Cervidae family.  After breeding season, bucks’ testosterone levels change causing their old antlers to fall off, […]

6 Old-School Deer Hunting Tips

Every hunter has a plan for the next deer season. They know where they will put their blind, what deer they are after, maybe even the age and size of the deer they have been tracking. Most hunters even pick out a name.  These skills and traditions go way back.  Do you remember the beginner […]

Hunting Blind Care: Outside of Hunting Season

As the hunting season has come to a close, you are getting ready to leave your hunting blind until next fall. Just like any other hunting equipment, you need to care for your hunting blind. To take care of your hunting blind and prep it for off-season storage, there are a few things you should […]

How To: Skin a Deer for a Shoulder Mount

Congratulations on a successful hunt from your hunting blind!  You just took a monster 12-pointer and you decided in advance that, if you got a trophy,  you were going to get a shoulder mount.   If this is the scenario that plays out, you want make sure you follow these instructions when skinning your deer. If […]

Ways to Mount a Deer

After having a successful season in your hunting blind, you took the trophy you were following for 2 years.  The question then becomes, what kind of mount do I want. Some mounting options are very simple and others can grow quite complex. Most hunters choose to take their trophies to the taxidermist, but others will […]

All the Ways to Process Game

Some hunters prefer to process the game they hunted themselves. There are multiple ways to process game and below are a few recommendations to follow. Before processing your game, learn how to gut it. If you are not interested in processing your game at home, it can be taken to the local butcher where they […]

How to Gut a Deer

You’ve had a successful hunt, congrats! But, after taking the perfect shot out of your Ambush Hunting Blind, you may be thinking, “now what?”. Well, it’s time to track your trophy and get ready to field dress it! You want to make sure you gut your deer right so you can keep as much meat […]

A Guide to Introducing your Child to Hunting

Hunting is a memorable activity, but it is even better when you do it as a family. Likely, you were taught how to hunt by a family member! When introducing a child to hunting, it’s hard to know where to begin. Check out our recommendations in this guide, and your family will be out hunting […]

A Guide to Turkey Hunting

Are you getting into the sport of turkey hunting or just looking to learn more? You’ve come to the right place! Below is our comprehensive guide to turkey hunting! About Turkeys The Ocellated turkey of Central America and the North American wild turkey, are the two turkey species that are native to North America. The […]

How to Make a Homemade Deer Salt Lick

Keeping deer around and helping them grow is a very important part of a successful hunt. A homemade deer salt lick is a quick and easy way to support your herd. If you are wanting to put multiple salt licks on your property, it is cheaper to make them yourself. When making a deer salt […]

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