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Disappearing Antlers – Episode #373

Watch Rae Woods tag a buck with disappearing antlers in GrowingDeer episode 373.

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Rae Woods has had a long and testing season hunting whitetails. Watch this video to see the surprising end to her season with a now you see them, now you don’t set of antlers!

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Deer skull with a brain abscessTip of the Week:

As you hit the woods in search of shed antlers this winter be sure to look for any signs of a brain abscess. A buck with a brain abscess can shed portions of their skull when antlers are cast. Read more here to understand brain abscesses: http://www.growingdeer.tv/view/2016/01/29/understanding-brain-abscesses/

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Father/Son Deer Hunting – Episode #372

Watch GrowingDeer episode 372 to see a father/son deer hunt.

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For many hunters, the best hunting memories are made with family in the stand. Watch the hunts in this video where fathers and sons make memories while making the shot!

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See what’s happening at The Proving Grounds with these highlights from a recent Reconyx card pull! Buck fights, coyote antics, and more!

 

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Daniel had a successful late season archery hunt

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Hunting Tips For Late Season Success: If you still have a few days or weeks left of season, check out these tips!

 

 

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 A mature buck walks past a trail cameraTip of the Week:

Use your trail cameras year round! Study the behavior and patterns of the bucks – don’t simply count points and estimate their age. By studying their behavior, you can focus your hunting time on bucks that tend to be more active during daylight hours and increase the odds of tagging a mature buck next season.

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Hunting Strategies: Seth Tags E.T. – Episode #371

 Watch Seth’s hunt for an epic deer, E.T, in GrowingDeer episode 371.

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Pro-Staffer Seth Harker has been chasing a buck with out of this world brow tines. Seth called the buck E.T., extra terrestrial, because he’d never seen a buck near his place with such long brow tines. He hunted E.T. all season and kept shifting strategies. Finally, during the late season E.T. was back. Watch this epic hunt to see Seth’s strategy!

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 Shot placement on a nice buck Grant tagged.Short Clip:

See the hunting partner that never lets us down in this short clip!

 

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 Checking the trap line

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If you are trapping to help balance predator numbers read the blog at this link! Over the years we have found several tricks that can help you become more efficient with your time.

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 A shed buck munches on a turnip.Tip of the Week:

Look closely before filling antlerless tags as many bucks are shedding early this year throughout the whitetail’s range.

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Putting The Odds In Your Favor – Episode #370

Check out late season hunting tips in GrowingDeer episode 370.

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Many hunters are like us and still have a few tags to fill. During the late season deer, especially mature does, can be very alert. Check out these tips for being successful during late season hunts!

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A mature buck during daylight.Short Clip:

What happens when you shoot a doe early during a hunt? Does that scare the bucks away? Watch this video to see what happens during one of our recent hunts.

 

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Early shed buck

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Headed to the woods during the next few weeks? Remember that some bucks may have already shed their antlers. In this blog Daniel shares when and why early shedding occurs.

 

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A mature buck at a scrape.Tip of the Week:

Even though most does are bred by Christmas throughout the whitetails’ range bucks still frequent scrapes. Placing trail cameras on scrapes during the late season can be an excellent way to locate mature bucks.

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