August 2011

The Best Early Season Deer Stand Location

by HuntingFreak
Treestand Locations for Early Deer Season

It’s been a long off season for many hunters, but that magical time of year is almost upon us. I’m talking about early deer season, and just saying that gives me goose bumps. A lot of planning and effort can go into your early season strategy and the key to that is finding the best deer stand […]

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11 Deer Decoying Tips You Should Know

by HuntingFreak
Deer Decoying Tips

Deer hunting with a decoy can be an electrifying and explosive way to hunt because anything can happen. But similar to other deer hunting methods, decoying isn’t the mystical answer that is going to magically “poof” you into a successful monster buck assassin. It is however, a very useful tactic that can undoubtedly give you a better […]

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How Early Should You Set Your Treestands?

by HuntingFreak
Buck in Velvet

Anticipating the upcoming season all year, you’ve done some early season deer scouting, checked your trail cameras, and perhaps planted some food plots – now it’s time to put it all together. The location of your treestand or ground blind will be crucial to the success of this hunting season. Assuming you’ve read the 101 […]

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101 Tips to Deer Hunting Success

by HuntingFreak
Hunting Deer Tips

Like other sports, the more you stay on top of deer hunting and the more you practice, the better chance you’ll have of success. If you’re as obsessed as we are, you probably read everything you can get your hands on when it comes to chasing big bucks. The problem is that because we overload […]

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Wicked Tough Hand Saw Review

by HuntingFreak
Tree Limb Saw Review

Most hunters know how important a tree saw can be, especially bowhunters. Whether hunting from a tree stand or ground blind, it seems there are always a few branches or saplings that need cut to clear a walking path or shooting lane. A good tree saw can be hard to come by. I’ve used a few different […]

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Planting Forage Soybeans

by HuntingFreak
Soybean Food Plots

For most food plotters, the challenge starts just by trying to figure out what to plant for the deer. A lot of it depends on your geographic region, soil conditions, deer herd size, available acreage, and budget. One good option may be soybeans. Here in the Midwest, soybeans fields are abundant. You wouldn’t think planting more soybeans […]

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