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Recipe for great habitat and hunting – Episode #379

Prescribed fire and Trophy Rocks hit the ground in GrowingDeer episode 379.

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Watch and learn our strategies and tips for improving wildlife habitat as the GrowingDeer Team lights it up with prescribed fires. Plus, find out why Trophy Rock is crucial for deer during spring green up.

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A buck looking directly at our Reconyx cameraShort Clip:

Watch as this buck busts us and we aren’t even there!

 

 

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Andy Andrews harvests a good buck

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Life and hunting have a lot in common. Author Andy Andrews has collected and shared principles that can be applied to aspects of hunting and life.

 

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Putting soil into a bag for testing.

Tip of the Week:

Soil samples are a quick, easy way to find out how to improve the soil. The soil health ultimately affects the health of deer! Get your soil samples completed now and be ready to plant spring food plots!

 

 

 

Warning: This video contains information about prescribed fire which is a management tool for trained professionals using the appropriate tools for the situation.

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Wild Hogs and Javelinas: Texas Style! – Episode #378

Watch the GrowingDeer Team go to south Texas in episode #378.

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Watch the GrowingDeer Team travel to south Texas to hunt wild hogs and javelinas! Not only do they let Bloodsports fly but they explore new habitat and stumble across exciting history of southern Texas!

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A big Kansas gobblerShort Clip:

Watch the crow and pot call bring in a big Kansas gobbler!

 

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Leaves on fire, starting a prescribed fire

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Deer season is over and turkey season is just around the corner. That means the work is just beginning. Read more about our current projects on The Proving Grounds.

 

 

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A utilization cage in a food plot

Tip of the Week:

A utilization cage placed in a food plot after planting can help determine if there are too many critters for the amount of food in the area.

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Talking Turkey: Tips for Better Clucks, Purrs, Gobbles and More – Episode #377

Learn how to locate and call in gobblers in GrowingDeer episode #377.

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Are you getting ready for turkey season? Time to knock the rust off! Grab your calls and follow along with champion callers, James Harrison and Steve Morgenstern, as they take us through the locating and calling techniques you need to know.

Wow! Big surprise in one of our Duke traps! We’re hustling to take out fawn nabbers before season closes.

UPDATE: Remember the big buck Peaches? Grant suspected he died from a brain abscess. The investigation is over and the evidence shows what killed him.

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South PawShort Clip:

Watch South Paw meet his match at the new Antler-X-Treme site!

 

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Buck with late season antlers

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Learn how stressful winter can be for deer. Find out how and why we try to help deer through this time of the year.

 

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A buck at a Trophy Rock Four65 station

Tip of the Week:

Deer are seeking nutrients during the current stress period. Trophy Rock Four65 is a great source of the many minerals deer need.

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Late Season Buck Fever – Episode #376

Watch Seth and Trace Harker successfully hunt late season food sources in GrowingDeer episode #376.

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Watch Seth and Trace Harker successfully hunt late season food sources! Both Harkers get a bad case of buck fever but each finds the remedy. Plus, there’s a trap line double at The Proving Grounds!

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A bobcat.Short Clip:

Watch as the Reconyx picks up a spike in bobcat activity during their breeding season!

 

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Eaten turkey eggs.

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Find out why we trap predators year after year and the benefits we see!

 

 

 

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We hang and store our traps in a dry place.

Tip of the Week:

Cleaning and storing traps in dry conditions after season helps extend the life of your Duke traps.

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