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Making Sense of Deer Scents

Whitetail Deer Hunting Tips and Articles

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How to use Deer Attractants

May 2, 2016

Some people may be turned away at the thought of using doe urine, but it's actually an effective way to cover your natural scent and draw the curiosity of nearby bucks. You can pick up small bottles of this stuff from most sporting goods stores for about $20 bucks, which should last you multiple sea…

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Deer Hunting Lure Tactic

May 1, 2016

 

Jose Cano was destined to become an accomplished deer hunter. Hunting is a long Cano family tradition that began in Cuba, where Jose’s father and uncles all hunted deer. After they escaped to the US, the tradition continued with the family hunting together and teaching the new generation born in…

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The Rainy Season

February 3, 2016

Everything was wet and that means everything. “What away to treat a Pre-64 Model 70,” I thought disgustedly, as the rain pelted my body and ran in sheets off my equipment. Cold water trickled down the inside of my legs and I knew my long johns would be stained red from the wool shirt I wore. The pas…

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Trophy Bucks and the Challenging Dilemma

January 26, 2016

Trophy whitetails! The mere mention of the subject attracts a lot of attention, especially in the last few years now, rather than mortgaging the house for an Alaskan hunt, many sportsmen direct their energy and money toward a quality whitetail deer hunt. And while most Americans pursue the elusive w…

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Buck Rubs

January 26, 2016

 

           Fiction is sometimes more fun than the truth. Visions of big bucks spending the better part of cool October and November nights “rubbing the velvet off” and “polishing their antlers” may be enjoyable fantasies, but they do not represent biological reality. Bucks do leave the…

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Making cents of deer scents

July 7, 2013

deer breeder

Deer farming has become a big money business these days. A single deer can urinate about half a gallon a day. That’s around $500 a day per deer before packaging and selling it to retail stores. A single deer can produce around $90,000 to $300,000 of deer urine each year. These are just estimates o…

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