The Impact of GMO
The Impact of GMO's on Missouri Whitetails
5 Steps to Develop a Good Bow Hunting Ethic
5 Steps to Develop a Good Bow Hunting Ethic
The excited anticipation present when setting out in a bow hunt only grows as you complete a successful harvest. Bringing home a deer taken with a bow sounds easy enough, right? Sure it is, provided you take into account ...
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Placing Game Cameras for Optimal Photo Opportunities
Placing Game Cameras for Optimal Photo Opportunities
Game cameras are a useful aid to hunters who want to get a visual on the type and number of deer present in a hunting area. If you've got your eye on that special buck you've seen in years past but haven't quite been able ...
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Food Plots: More than Just Grass to Eat
Food Plots: More than Just Grass to Eat
If you own property on which deer forage, you may have considered food plots as a means to give deer more nutrition and sustenance options. It is widely known that deer eat a variety of foods in order to satisfy their con ...
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Powassan Virus: More Potential Tick Trouble for Missouri Whitetail Hunters
Powassan Virus: More Potential Tick Trouble for Missouri Whitetail Hunters
One of the pests with which Missouri whitetail hunters are well acquainted is the tick. For generations we've dealt with these unpleasant little creatures as they sunk their mouths hungrily into the deer we hunt, the dog ...
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Which Kill Zone Works Best for You?
Which Kill Zone Works Best for You?
As responsible hunters, it is our goal to harvest deer quickly and with a single shot that will drop them soon after impact. This eliminates suffering on the deer's part as well as extensive tracking and difficulty locati ...
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Scent Controlled Cleaning and Storage of Hunting Gear
Scent Controlled Cleaning and Storage of Hunting Gear
Every hunter knows that scent is the enemy in the woods. Deer can pick up on your presence long before they see you simply by catching a whiff of your natural bodily smells. This will send deer running in the opposite dir ...
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Stay Sharp in the Off Season with a DIY Shooting Bench
Stay Sharp in the Off Season with a DIY Shooting Bench
Now that this past Missouri whitetail hunting season is behind us, there is some extra time on our hands that could be put to good use in preparation for next year. It is never too early to begin planning for next season, ...
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Melanism: A Deer of a Different Color
Melanism: A Deer of a Different Color
Imagine setting out into the hunt field in search of the prized whitetail you've been dreaming of for quite some time. In the distance you hear the rustle of foliage. You look up and can see an impressive rack peeking out ...
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Cases of CWD on the Rise in Missouri
Cases of CWD on the Rise in Missouri
Chronic Wasting Disease, also referred to as CWD, belongs to a classification of illnesses known as transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs). If this sounds ominous, that is because it very much is. The disease is ...
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Planning Your Hunt Around Deer Bed Types and Locations
Planning Your Hunt Around Deer Bed Types and Locations
It is a wonderful feeling to curl up in a comfortable bed for a nice nap, a sentiment that holds true for humans and cervids alike. Though it may seem less important to take note of locations where deer bed down in compar ...
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