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Seven Ways To Be A Better Deer Hunter

November 2, 2011

Late-season may be the best time to shoot a big whitetail buck, especially during harsh weather. Chris Parrish, a Knight & Hale and Code Blue Ultimate Hunting Team pro staffer, says that bucks will bed close to food sources after the rut, and frigid temperatures keep them feeding every four or so hours. This is the time to locate a trail from a food source toward bedding areas, and set up so the wind carries the hunter’s scent away from the trail. Read More

Give Big Bucks the Total Package

August 30, 2011

Throughout the hunting season one of the most important factors is to be invisible. Insure you are odor free from your body to your clothes. Make sure you wash all your hunting clothes in an Advanced Formulation Laundry Detergent. You can either use the unscented, or fresh earth while removing all odors and adding an earth scent. After washing store your clothes in a sealable container to keep odors out. Read More

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