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Going Native! – Episode #400

Watch our habitat management tips is GrowingDeer episode 400.

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Improving the odds for nutritious, native vegetation can pay big benefits for the overall health and antler size for the deer herd on your property. Watch as Grant shares the results of a recent timber stand improvement test and how his findings are helping him encourage native grasses and forbs. Plus, see how we are perfecting our shooting form for opening day!

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Heath looks at a Bloodsport arrowShort Clip:

Watch this recap of when Pro Staffer Heath Martin punched a 2016 tag in Kansas!

 

 

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Dead fawn

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Predators can have a huge impact on deer numbers! Find out why wildlife managers need to help balance predators and remove them when given the chance!

 

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A hunter setting up a tree stand.

Tip of the Week:

While hanging stands, always wear a safety harness and be tied to the tree before leaving the ground.

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Food Plots vs. Deer, Plus Frog Hunting – Episode #399

Food plot decisions and frog hunting in GrowingDeer episode #399.

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See how Grant has and is still learning to use his food plot observations to make future management decisions. Managing both food and deer numbers is key! See effective tips on how to trap those pesky groundhogs. Plus, Grant shares how frog hunting is great practice for the upcoming deer season!

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Two young bucks scufflingShort Clip:

We can’t wait to see hard antlers this deer season! Here’s a tangled up mess of antlers to enjoy!

 

 

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Grant inspects the soil in a food plot

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Everyone wants to hunt flat, row crop states like Kansas or Iowa. However, even if you have steep terrain in non row crop areas you can utilize these techniques to help produce quality whitetails!

 

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An arrow sticking out of a Morrell Target

Tip of the Week:

Shooting dots is a great way to get your bow dialed in before shooting at an outline or 3D target of a deer!

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Tips For Making Poor Timber into Quality Habitat – Episode #398

A dead doe that was eaten by predators

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Watch as the GrowingDeer Team works to convert poor timber into quality habitat! Learn tips to help select and remove trees for improving your timber! Plus, see our latest strategy for hunting a hit list buck this fall!

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Several deer at a Trophy Rock station during daylight.Short Clip:

High quality food sources like food plots can bring the deer in! Sit back and enjoy watching all these deer!

 

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A buck uses an area that was protected by a fence

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It’s often easier to grow mature bucks than it is to harvest mature bucks. Find out how to create and use bottlenecks to pattern and hunt mature bucks!

 

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An Ozone Go plugged into the work truck.

Tip of the Week:

Don’t let smelly scent build up in your truck this summer! Running an Ozone Go in the truck after working in the field is a great start to fall scent control!

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Just for Whitetails: Save Those Food Plots! – Episode #397

Protecting food plots for deer in GrowingDeer episode 397.

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We're hunting! A notorious soybean predator is causing crop damage to a food plot. It's a great challenge in more ways than one! Plus, see how the Hot Zone fence is keeping deer out of our precious crop and saving those soybeans for a late season hunt.

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Spring flooding at The Proving Grounds most likely wiped out many turkey nests. As a result, we are seeing an extended breeding season. Check out these June struts and gobbles!

 

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Bucks and does

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Do you know your deer herd’s adult sex ratio? Knowing how many bucks there are for every doe can be an important management tool. Find out how deer sex ratios affect the rut, herd health and hunting!

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Summit Treestands safety harness

Tip of the Week:

Many hunters will be hanging stands and trimming lanes soon. Before you head into the woods, make sure all the buckles work and the straps are in good condition. And never leave the ground without your safety harness on and attached to the tree.

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