March 2013

Trail Camera Placement Tips – 3 Hard to Beat Setups

by HuntingFreak
Trail Camera Tips

Knowing where and how to place your trail cameras can mean the difference between great images or missed opportunities. When monitoring wildlife with a trail camera you will no doubt learn through trial and error. Here are 3 hard to beat trail camera setups to help get you started. Follow the Trail Placing your trail […]

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Imperial Whitetail Clover Review

by HuntingFreak
Imperial Whitetail Clover Plot

In order for deer to reach their full potential they need good nutrition year round. But one of the most crucial times for deer nutrition is early spring and summer during antler growth and fawn development. A buck will only reach its full potential of antler growth with a high quality diet of protein, minerals […]

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Deer Mineral Supplements vs. Deer Attractants

by HuntingFreak
Thumbnail image for Deer Mineral Supplements vs. Deer Attractants

Both mineral supplements and deer attractants serve two very different, yet specific purposes when it comes to your average deer hunter’s concerns. One provides minerals that can be beneficial to a deer’s overall health while the other is simply used to lure deer to a specific area but provides little nutritional value. Knowing the difference […]

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Win an Optimizer Lite Series Bow Sight from HHA Sports

by HuntingFreak
Optimizer Bow Sight HHA Sports

Would you like to win the bow sight that won Bowhunting World’s Readers’ Choice award for “movable¬†sight of the year” for 9 straight years? You can register to win an HHA Sports Optimizer Lite Series bow sight (model OL-5519). The Lite Series sights are constructed of 100% machined aluminum. They feature the green sight ring […]

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Using Trail Cameras for Predators

by HuntingFreak
Trail Camera Image of Coyote

The use of game trial cameras has grown significantly. From patterning and scoring bucks to watching food plots and seeing if that buck survived the season, you can’t go wrong using a trail camera. To be honest, our trail cameras are like smart phones – I don’t know how we ever got along without them. […]

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9 Turkey Hunting Tips from the Pros

by TurkeyTaker
Strutting Gobbler

There are 3 certainties when it comes to spring turkey hunting season – it’s short, it’s exciting, and there is no guarantee you’ll get a shot at a gobbler. To help you be a more successful turkey hunter, we’ve put together some turkey hunting tips straight from the mouths of veteran turkey hunters that have […]

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