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Designing the Perfect Brush Landscape

  Designing the Perfect Brush Landscape by Troutski There are many factors that land owners and wildlife managers take into account when it comes to optimizing their land for a better hunting season. They use crop development, and carefully laid out plans for crop planting in order to provide the most help they can to […]

Summer Scouting Tactics

Summer Scouting Tactics Summer is one of the best times of the year to embark on hands-on reconnaissance missions for trophy whitetails. Why? For starters, bucks are visible at food sources in the early mornings and late evenings. Being able to watch particular bucks for days on end as they enter and exit a food […]

Why Brassicas?

  Thanks to the innovative minds at BioLogic, hunters have throngs of food plot options to choose from. And while the options are many, three that shouldn’t be overlooked include Green Patch Plus, Full Draw and Maximum. Why? The answer is really quite simple: Both contain brassicas. Brassicas are very easy to grow and provide an inexpensive, quality food […]

Controlling the Burn

  No, when we’re speaking about a controlled burn we are not talking six-pack abs here; we are talking about something far more important – the environment. Reforestation is a huge issue at the moment – with success being found in all areas. Even the U.S. government has reported that over three million acres have […]

Wetlands Management

  A delicate subject, BioLogic’s Austin Delano says the trickiest thing about wetlands management is knowing when to let nature take its course. “One of the things we can do to actually hurt wetlands is to try and do too much,” said Delano. “Wetlands can really work for recreation and hunting with very little manipulation. […]

GAMEKEEPERS TV

    It’s no secret that land management is more popular than ever, but land managers, both novice and veteran, need to know where to go for the inside scoop on how to make their land better. Airing on the Pursuit Channel on Mondays at 6 p.m., Wednesdays at 9 p.m. and Saturdays at 12:30 […]

Audubon Society Continues Strong

   Audubon Society Continues Strong  By Cindy Haynes In the past year everything from climate change to the combo of Wind and Wildlife to the loss of habitats and the overcrowding of others, has occurred. And although there are a slew of organizations that focus on these subjects, and who work to make sure that […]

Camo IS Green – Check it Out!

  Being ‘green’ comes in many forms. The one that most people often identify with are the green organizations – charitable or volunteer programs that are dedicated to rebuilding habitats. There are also new businesses that have come to light that deal with everything from LED lighting to geothermal heating and cooling systems for a […]

The Hunter Becomes Whitetail’s Best Friend in the Summertime

The whitetail has walked away; leaping back into the forest to wait for the hunter to come again. A majority of hunters make sure to focus on everything from waterfowl to woodchuck, finding a way to hunt all year long in order to make sure that their skills remain top-notch for when their favorite season […]

Hog Trapping: Both an Art and a Skill

When it comes to the wild hog, land managers and farmers already know the massive problems created by this creature. Not only does the wild hog destroy good land and make it almost impossible for the farmer to recreate, but they also are able to avoid humans because of the fact that they will literally […]