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Bowhunting: 5 Tips for Early Season Success

Hunting early season whitetails has its advantages. Their pattern is more predictable and they haven’t been pressured yet by other hunters in the woods: two key factors to harvesting a mature buck in the first few weeks of season opener. But, there are still challenges that come with hunting in early fall. Below are 5 tips that helped me capitalize on a mature, early season whitetail.

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The “30/30” Trail Camera Setting

Just a couple weeks ago I made my first series of mock scrapes for the year and placed my Browning Trail Cameras on all of them using what I call the “30/30 setting”: Video mode set on 30 second clips with 30 sec delay). It didn't take long before the first mature buck found one in less than 24 hours of being made, and within a couple days they all started to heat up. I noticed one series of the three was showing more activity from a specific deer than the others. I knew right away this was a deer I wanted to target, but how was I going to be able to do so?

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Defender 850: Changing How You Hunt

The Defender 850 has some unique features and technology that set it apart from the rest and that can take your deer hunting to the next level. Here are 3 features on the Defender 850 trail camera that will allow you to change the way you hunt this season.

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Using Trail Cameras to Scout for Turkeys

Knowing where to hang your trail cameras and what settings to use when scouting for turkeys is important, as it can vary a little from using cameras for deer hunting. Pro-Staffer Andrea Haas shares a few tips on what locations to hang your trail cameras and what settings to use for each. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) Continue reading

Mountain Lions in Missouri

What is one of the neatest things you've captured on your game cameras? For Darryl Esthay from Louisiana it was photos of a mountain lion on a piece of property he hunts in Missouri, a very rare sight for the Show-Me-State! Darryl shares his story and what was involved in reporting a mountain lion sighting to the Missouri Department of Conservation. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) Continue reading

Using Trail Cameras in Trapping

Trapping is a time-honored tradition where not much has changed, but there’s been one concession to modern, cutting-edge technology that has advanced the trapper’s knowledge more than any other single item: the trail camera. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) 15578627_1460971313913727_6437702945338957171_n Continue reading
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