March 2011

17 Tips for Growing Food Plots

by HuntingFreak
Food Plots For Deer

For a lot of hunters across the country, food plots are the key to growing and holding big bucks. What used to be a 3 month deer season is now turning into a yearlong hobby and obsession. Here are some general food plot tips that can be implemented to help you grow more successful plots […]

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Planting Clover for a Food Plot

by HuntingFreak
Clover Food Plot

Many deer and turkey hunters are realizing ways of keeping deer on their hunting property. The two most important factors in holding deer are cover and food. Other factors like hunting pressure and herd population come in to play as well, but as a general rule of thumb, if you can keep the pressure low […]

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Turkey Hunting Camo Mistakes to Avoid

by HuntingFreak
Turkey Hunting Camo Tips

The most common mistakes with camouflage can be troublesome but do not take much effort to fix as long as you are aware of them. Missing a little thing like the glare from your hunting gear, your t shirt collar showing, or areas of bare skin can spook a big tom in a second and ruin a turkey […]

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10 Spring Turkey Hunting Tips

by HuntingFreak
Turkey Hunting Tips

Tips for spring turkey hunting are mostly common sense techniques, but there are a few you might not have in your bag of tricks or may have forgot about. Using these back to basic turkey hunting tips will increase your odds of success while chasing spring gobblers this season. Don’t push it. If you can’t call […]

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Why You Should Not Feed Wild Turkeys

by TurkeyTaker
Hunting Wild Turkeys

Wild turkeys, native to North America, include five subspecies found in different ranges across the continent. These include Eastern, Osceola (Florida), Rio Grande, Merriams and Goulds. When the National Wild Turkey Federation was established in 1973, there were just 1.3 million wild turkeys in North America. Now there are more than 7 million and their numbers are […]

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