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 The cartridges have been in production for years and only now are available for the coming deer

Winchester Deer Season XP Review

John Geiger - June 22, 2015

The cartridges have been in production for years and only now are available for the coming...

From the Northeast to the Midwest to – yes, believe or not – Texas, it has been a spring of epic proportions, rain wise. Rarely has so much of the country received so much rain in a relatively short period of time.

Impact of Plentiful Rains on Buck Antler Size

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com - June 08, 2015

From the Northeast to the Midwest to – yes, believe or not – Texas, it has been a spring of...

If you have paid attention to the news lately, whether or not you live in Texas or Oklahoma, you've probably seen photos and videos of massive flooding. Many areas across the country have had rapid rainfall events leading to flash floods.

Flood Effects on Whitetail: The Good and the Bad

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

If you have paid attention to the news lately, whether or not you live in Texas or Oklahoma,...

Though not nearly as popular as planting fall food plots for deer, planting summer plots is becoming more prevalent in the deer management community.

Beans or Corn: The Best Summer Planting for Deer

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

Though not nearly as popular as planting fall food plots for deer, planting summer plots is...

Every year, thousands of deer hunters plant food plots. Despite a lot of effort and hard work, many will fail miserably. Although we are quick to blame soil and/or the weather, it may be the very thing we are planting a food plot for that actually leads to its demise.

Did Your Food Plot Really Fail?

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com - April 28, 2015

Every year, thousands of deer hunters plant food plots. Despite a lot of effort and hard work,...

By far one of the most planted food plot species is clover. For many, clover is clover. But between reds and whites, annuals and perennials, there are a lot of differing characteristics that not only affect the performance of a food plots but also the cost of establishment.

Get the Most out of Perennial Plots

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com - April 16, 2015

By far one of the most planted food plot species is clover. For many, clover is clover. But...

The discussion and drama following Wisconsin's disappointing deer hunting season and the debate about the future direction of herd management continues to grow as the 2014 gun season saw a 15-percent decrease in harvest from 2013.

Wisconsin's War on Deer Management – Part 2

Jeremy Flinn and Eric Michel, OutdoorChannel.com

The discussion and drama following Wisconsin's disappointing deer hunting season and the...

Chronic wasting disease (CWD) was detected in only one of 222 tissue samples that were collected from hunter harvested deer and elk from the Trans Pecos ecoregion during the 2014–15 season as part of a CWD surveillance effort.

One New Positive CWD Case Found in West Texas

Texas Parks & Wildlife

Chronic wasting disease (CWD) was detected in only one of 222 tissue samples that were...

Food plots are a proven way to grow and manage a healthy deer population on your property, and an

10 Ways Craigslist Can Save You Money on ATV's and Food Plot Equipment

Derrek Sigler - April 08, 2015

Food plots are a proven way to grow and manage a healthy deer population on your property, and...

For many deer hunters, spring is filled with shed hunting, maybe some turkey chasing, and a little R&R by the lake or on the creek bank. But spring also can be one of the most opportune times to help out your deer herd.

Plant Perennial Food Plots in the Spring or Fall?

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

For many deer hunters, spring is filled with shed hunting, maybe some turkey chasing, and a...

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