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Are you SCOUTING yet? – Episode #344

Watch as we scout for hit list bucks in GrowingDeer episode #344.

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We are! See the video this week when Adam and Matt take to the Redneck Blinds in search of hit list bucks in the Eagle Seed plots. Their early scouting pays off when a mature buck decides to step out of the timber. Do you think he will make the 2016 hit list?

It’s dry and hot here at The Proving Grounds. What does this mean and should we be worried? Watch how these conditions can wreak havoc on a deer herd.

Have you heard of CWD or Chronic Wasting Disease? Grant shares how it can affect your hunting, plus what YOU can do to limit the spread of CWD.

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A shooter buck is in bow range.

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Take a stroll down memory lane! Watch as a Halloween treat closes the distance into bow range!

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Matt at a Reconyx trail camera.New Weekly Video Blog: How To Capture Bucks On Film

Want to get velvet bucks in front of your camera? Matt shares some strategies we use each summer to watch our hit-listers develop!

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Adam practices with a 3-D target.

Tip of the Week:

Get your sight picture correct from the start. Remember to practice aiming for the lower 1/3 of the vitals on a 3-D target this summer!

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Tips To Attract And Hold Deer On Your Property – Episode #343

Watch GrowingDeer episode 343 Tips To Attract And Hold Deer On Your Property

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This week Grant and Adam head east to work a hidden gem in the whitetails’ range. It’s a 90 acre parcel with lots of neighbors! Grant shares tips and ideas that will help this landowner attract and hold deer on his property.

Even the smallest of predators can cause serious trouble in the deer woods. Watch and learn how ticks can stress, infect, and even kill deer.

Plus, we will show you what has gotten us even more ready for deer season!

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Adam leaning on a camera tripod

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Better watch your back around here! Watch as Adam gets ZAPPED!

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Peaches in a tree plotNew Weekly Video Blog: Better Fruit Trees, Better Hunting

This week Adam discusses how to make your deer seasons fruitful! Learn more about successful tree plots here!

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Trimming growth near a HotZone electric fence

Tip of the Week:

Ensure your HotZone fence works, fuel up a weed eater and trim back the soybeans under the fence!

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Antlers In The Making – Episode #342

Watch GrowingDeer episode 342 Antlers In The Making

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What’s eating our food plots to the ground? This week we set out to take a few groundhogs wreaking havoc on our food plots. As a bonus, our trip to the Redneck Blind produces great encounters with some developing antlers. We put our aging deer on the hoof skills to the test. Let’s see how well you can do!

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Adam practices with his Prime Rize bow

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Watch this behind the scenes look at tuning in the Prime Rize. I think Adam is just a little excited for bow season, don’t you?

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Poults eye viewNew Weekly Video Blog: How To Create Cover For Wildlife

This week it’s all about creating cover! Matt talks about how prescribed fire creates ideal habitat for critters of many shapes and sizes.

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Grant practices for deer season using a Nikon scope

Tip of the Week:

Did you miss a deer last season? Now is the time to practice! Dial in the Nikon scope and start sending a few well tuned rounds down range.

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The Ultimate Food Plot Transformation – Episode #341

Watch how we transform our largest food plot in GrowingDeer episode 341.

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This week we’ve rolled up the sleeves and gotten to work transforming our largest food plot! What was once a fragmented plot has now become an extremely huntable location. Watch to see how we strategically improve this food plot for better deer hunting this fall.

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Deer grooming one another in a clover plot

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Deer behavior is a fascinating thing! Watch as the Reconyx caught these does grooming one another in a clover plot!

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Native vegetation after prescribed fireNew Weekly Video Blog: Creating Native Food Plots

This is why we use prescribed fire in our timber! Watch as Matt discusses the benefits of creating a native food plot with fire.

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Adam prepares to trim a tree stand location.

Tip of the Week:

The trees are completely leafed out, that means it’s time to trim! Get into your Summit stands and prepare your shooting lanes for bow season!

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