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It’s not too early to get ready for deer season

The fall will be here before you know it, and for hunters, it isn’t too early to start preparing for a successful deer season. Whether you are doublechecking your tree stands, scouting new areas to hunt, or learning more about wildlife patterns in your favorite hunting area, spending time making preparations this summer will be… more It’s not too early to get ready for deer season

Tips to keep your trail cams from being stolen or damaged

If you worry about having your trail cams stolen or damaged, you’ll be interested in the tips Alex Gyllstrom gives on the OutdoorLife.com website, which can keep it from happening to you. Some of the tips are common-sense ideas designed to make it harder for thieves to take your cameras: Lock them up with cable… more Tips to keep your trail cams from being stolen or damaged

Get Hunting Seasons on Your Calendar

As autumn draws near, it’s time to start making plans for your hunting trips. So you might be looking around online to figure out when hunting seasons start in your area. The best website we’ve seen for finding all this information in one place is the HuntingSeasonHQ.com website, which easily gets you hunting season timeframes… more Get Hunting Seasons on Your Calendar

Not Too Early to Get Ready for Fall Hunting

It may be the dead of summer, but for Shawn Sunnarborg and other avid deer hunters, it isn’t too soon to start getting ready for the fall hunting season. Shawn, Lake States Real Estate Manager for PotlatchDeltic, has had a hunting camp with his brothers and some friends for years near his home in the… more Not Too Early to Get Ready for Fall Hunting

Climbing your Tree Stand? Be safe!

Using a safety harness and having safety ropes on your deer hunting tree stands simply makes sense. After all, a fall from 10 or 15 feet could lead to serious injury. Writing in Bowhunting World, Dave Maas admits he doesn’t always use a harness, since it isn’t always convenient for him. That said, he says… more Climbing your Tree Stand? Be safe!

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