The Search for Spring Antler Sheds in Missouri
The Search for Spring Antler Sheds in Missouri
Hitting Your Target with the BRASS Method
Hitting Your Target with the BRASS Method
When a trophy buck steps into your sights, the last thing you want to do is miss. No matter how perfect the shot may seem, sometimes the bullet still fails to hit its intended target. Though there are many things we could ...
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Avoiding Rabies While Hunting Whitetail
Avoiding Rabies While Hunting Whitetail
There are all kinds of dangers present in the Missouri woods for which all whitetail hunters should prepare. Whether it is dehydration, rough terrain, or inclement weather, we think and plan ahead so we are able to deal w ...
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Keeping Your Feet Happy During the Hunt
Keeping Your Feet Happy During the Hunt
Hunting expeditions begin with a journey. Often that journey takes place in a truck or on an ATV but at some point the trails end and the foot portion of the excursion begins. Not everywhere you go to hunt whitetail in Mi ...
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The Presence of Antlered Does in Missouri
The Presence of Antlered Does in Missouri
Imagine seeing the buck of your dreams step into your sights. Your heart starts racing as you exhale calmly and squeeze the trigger. That stout buck with points aplenty becomes yours with the crack of a rifle. Elation ens ...
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5 Diseases Affecting Whitetail Deer
5 Diseases Affecting Whitetail Deer
In a perfect world, deer, and other animals for that matter, would be unaffected by illness and disease. Unfortunately, this is far from the reality we know and there are several health issues that plague cervids. Althoug ...
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Photographing Trophy Bucks
Photographing Trophy Bucks
One of the many joys of bagging an impressive buck is the bragging rights that come with having done so. Simply telling others of your accomplishment is not enough; you have to be able to back it up with proof. This can b ...
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5 Tips for Hunting the Rut
5 Tips for Hunting the Rut
Every deer hunter is poised to take advantage of the rut. It is during this time of year that bucks are most active as they harass does and search for a mate. This is an ideal time to score yourself a nice trophy, but it ...
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Skinning and Gutting Your Harvest to Prevent Spoilage
Skinning and Gutting Your Harvest to Prevent Spoilage
The elation you feel upon harvesting a deer is tough to match, especially when you remember that at that point the work is only just beginning. Once you have made a kill and tracked that deer to its final resting place, t ...
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91,460 Missouri Whitetails Harvested in the 2014 November Portion of Firearms Opening Weekend
91,460 Missouri Whitetails Harvested in the 2014 November Portion of Firearms Opening Weekend
Opening weekend is an exciting time for whitetail deer hunters not just in Missouri but all over the country. As hunters make their way out into the woods for the first hunt of the season, there is a certain electricity i ...
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Finding Injured Deer with a Tracking Stick
Finding Injured Deer with a Tracking Stick
In a perfect world, each shot you take at a deer will flawlessly hit its mark, dropping the animal upon contact. As nice as that sounds, this world is far from perfect, and even the best placed shots don't always get the ...
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