The Management Minute by Andrew Walters

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MUST-KNOW TIPS FOR SCENT LURES

Out of all possible tactics available to whitetail hunters, the use of scent is one that can show the highest rate of success since deer trust their sense of smell above all else. Scent should often be used as a confidence builder in combination with other stimuli...

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WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT HUNTING DEER DURING RUTTING SEASON

Deer rutting season (or “the rut”) is the highlight of the year for any seasoned deer hunter. With bucks on the chase for estrus does, unique behaviors emerge that make them much more vulnerable and easier to hunt. If you’re thinking about hunting a buck during deer...

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NON-AGGRESSIVE RATTLING DRAWS BUCKS BEFORE THE RUT

Many whitetail hunters neglect to bring their antlers or rattle-bag into the woods until just before the rut. Rattling works earlier in the season too; however, bucks react for a different reason than the “testosterone filled triggers” that may draw their response...

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ABOUT THE ALBINO WHITETAIL

Albino deer. Just mention those two words around a campfire or any gathering of hunters and you are sure to get some stories going. There is something mysterious and very intriguing about a true albino whitetail in the wild. Native Americans even believed they were...

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BEATING THE DREADED “OCTOBER LULL”

If you listen to the chat in the local archery shop about a supposed “lull” that happens during the hunting season you might think it’s useless to venture forth in pursuit of whitetails during this time. It even has a name, in the northern half of the country it’s...

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HOW TO STAY COOL AND SCENT-FREE DURING THE EARLY SEASON

After a long, hot summer, most deer hunters are eager to get back in a stand to begin their quest for a successful season. The anticipation may be high for some, letting nothing get in their way of pursuing a trophy whitetail, yet others refuse to hunt early season...

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BUILDING YOUR OWN CLAY TARGET RANGE

It has been many years, but I can still remember the first time I ever shot at a flying “clay pigeon.” My dad had purchased an inexpensive clay target trap that would throw one or two clay targets between 40 and 50 yards. We went to a family-owned property in the...

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TIPS FOR PLANTED TREE PROTECTION

Mast orchards represent an alternative or a supplement to food plots as a natural way for attracting and feeding deer. Once planted, most trees are relatively maintenance free. However, planting trees typically represents a much more substantial up-front investment,...

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