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How to hunt coyotes during the summer

Tips for Summertime Coyote Hunting

Summertime coyote hunting is much different than winter hunting for several obvious reasons. As always follow the basics, then try these tips from the guys at JAGG Outdoors to help you kill more coyotes this summer.

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Two Bucks in Field

Early Season Scouting Tips

Despite the unpredictability of the pre-rut, which falls sometime during the last weeks of October or into early November throughout much of the country, many hunters agree that it’s a great time to hunt whitetails.  Travis Creekbaum, host of “The Chase” with Leigh and Travis, affirms that there’s a broad range for the pre-rut, dependent upon many different circumstances, but he also offers some well-tested tips for buck-hunting success.

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Whitetail Deer Mounted on Wall

Post Taxidermy Tips

Showcasing your trophy-winning buck entails more than a quick trip to the taxidermist. If you want your whitetail to last, follow our tips to protect it from dirt and damage. When hanging your trophy, use a Stud-Finder to locate a secure spot that won’t destroy your deer or the wall. Avoid hanging your mount in areas prone to extreme temperatures—mildew becomes an issue in these locations. Polish antlers using a liquid wood cleaner, and clean hair with a Windex-dampened cloth. For more trophy protecting tips, read the full story at SummitStands.com.  

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Venison On a Plate

Costly Mistakes = Bad Tasting Venison

After spending hours hunting for whitetail, you deserve to enjoy high-quality venison with your friends and family. Unfortunately, some hunters routinely make errors, both during and after the hunt, that result in bad tasting venison. Luckily for you, we’ve got advice for every step of the process. While on the hunt, take accurate shots to prevent stomach content and entrails from spoiling meat. Remember: when field-dressing the deer, meat must cool quickly or internal bleeding and bacteria will give venison a foul taste. Want to avoid other meat-ruining mistakes? We’ve got five additional tips to ensure you get great tasting venison. For the full story, visit SummitStands.com

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Food Plot Maintenance

Winter Food Plot Maintenance

Increase your shot opportunities by bringing the big bucks to your property. Maintaining your food plot during the winter encourages deer to stay in your yard year-round. Grow a variety of plants that thrive during cold months, and setup feeding stations away from plots to prevent deer from overgrazing. Monitor plots with game cameras to track deer activity, and use feed-release timers to keep raccoons and turkeys from stealing food. For more advice on maintaining your winter food plot, read the full story at MoultrieFeeders.com.

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Two Whitetail Deer

7 Secrets For Yearlong Success

Don’t limit your deer hunting strategies to the regular season. Plan for year-round success by making your property an oasis for hard-to-find bucks. During the hot summer months, thirsty deer seek water and will keep returning to your property, if you provide it for them. Leave overgrown shrubbery alone—it’s the perfect sanctuary for deer during periods of hunting pressure. Plant a variety of greens and hang stands in multiple locations, and you’ll soon tag trophy-worthy bucks that make your buddies envious. For more hunting secrets, read the full story at SummitStands.com

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Man and Harvested Whitetail Deer

Early Season Deer Secrets From The Experts

Want to tag more trophy-worthy deer? Start your hunt during the early season with strategies from expert hunters. Strategy #1: Focus on food and water sources—the sweltering 90-degree weather draws deer to ponds with nearby bean fields. Strategy #2: Locate bucks’ trails, and set up stands to intercept them on their way to feeding areas. Strategy #3: Hunt near trails leading out of thickly covered woods—deer seek sanctuary in these locations. For more early season hunting strategies, read the full story at MoultrieFeeders.com.

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