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Once A Spike Always A Spike?

Once A Spike Always A Spike?

Larry Weishuhn of Sporting Classics Daily tackles this age-old debate, combining scientific research and personal antidotes to give you the straight scoop In a recent article published on Sporting Classics Daily (Nov. 6, 2019), long-time outdoor writer, wildlife...

Venison Smash Burgers

Venison Smash Burgers

Inspired by an episode of Guy Fieri's "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives", These Venison Sliders Will Keep Them Coming Back for More! It’s about this time of year that freezers start filling up with venison burger, and the same-old recipes resurface for another season of...

Tips for Trophy Deer Pics

Tips for Trophy Deer Pics

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder so trophy bucks come in all shapes and sizes. But regardless of the size, paying attention to a few Do’s and Don’t’s when it comes to photographing your buck will go a long ways in capturing a moment that will last forever. Instead...

Feed The Antlers!

Feed The Antlers!

Probably the most common question I get asked is "What do you feed your deer…” The unstated but implied remainder of the question is “…to get them so big”. General health and vitality aside, let's take a look at how to get those outsized antlers in your deer...

Taxidermy Tips for Your Trophy Buck

Taxidermy Tips for Your Trophy Buck

Once you’ve shot a buck that you want to get mounted, putting in the work to keep the hide in good condition for the taxidermist is paramount. Here is a simple, step-by-step tutorial on how to cape out your buck for the trip to the taxidermist. With a sharp knife,...

Why Do Deer Scrape and Rub?

Why Do Deer Scrape and Rub?

About this time of year the trees on your property are probably getting pretty torn up with deer scrapes and rubs. Between the shredded bark on tree trunks and broken low-hanging limbs, it's a miracle they survive the whitetail rut. And what's with the barren ground...

Here Comes The Rut!

Here Comes The Rut!

Here comes the rut! The bucks are knocking each other around, tearing up trees and roaming around looking for the ladies. It's a great time to be in the woods. As the temperatures continue their descent into "chilly" territory and the leaves turn from green to gold,...

Growing Bucks

Growing Bucks

It's only April and look at the phenomenal early growth on this buck! This is our favorite time of year as the bucks are starting to show out and we get to guess how big they'll get for the Fall. Update May 11th

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