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No Off Season – Cut Shooting Lanes

· Reading Time: 1 minute

The off-season is the best time to trim shooting lanes. Right now the leaves haven’t budded out throughout most of the country. You can still sit in a stand right now and see what the shooting lanes will be like this fall when the leaves drop again. In … Read More

No Off Season – Tree Stand Maintenance

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Treestands are just like everything else — they break. Fixing them is an option if the problem isn’t significant. Throw it away if the stand is a safety hazard. It isn’t worth an injury or death to hunt from an unsafe perch. On the flip side, I do … Read More

Canned Venison

· Reading Time: 4 minutes

  Instead of just throwing your extra venison in the freezer, take some extra time and learn about canning venison. Once you have successfully harvested a deer and it has been processed and butchered, you are then faced with the decision of what to do with all your surplus wild … Read More

Tree Stand Accidents: Can We Stop The Insanity?

· Reading Time: 7 minutes

Can we stop the insanity? Can we just get through one deer season without a family having to bury a loved one who fell from their deer stand? Yes, deer hunting is our passion, but is it worth risking permanent injury or death? The vast majority of deer hunting injuries … Read More

‘Git-R-Done’: Trump opens 1.4 million federal acres to hunters, anglers

· Reading Time: 3 minutes

President Trump isn’t much of an outdoorsman, aside from golf. But maybe more than any president since Teddy Roosevelt, he understands the importance of others getting outside to boat, hunt, fish, shoot, and hike and their demands for access to federal lands and waterways. “He’s basically said, ‘Git-R-Done,’” … Read More

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