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The walk to a treestand location can end your deer hunt before it gets started; following a few simple tips can help you get from point A to B without running deer off to the adjacent property.Tips for Getting To and From a Hunting Treestand without Getting Busted

Tips for Getting To and From a Hunting Treestand without Getting Busted

The walk to a treestand location can end your deer hunt before it gets started; following a

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

If you're looking for a new deer-hunting rifle or shotgun, there is an excellent lineup for yourBest Deer Hunting Rifles of 2016

Best Deer Hunting Rifles of 2016

If you're looking for a new deer-hunting rifle or shotgun, there is an excellent lineup for

Tony J. Peterson

To keep weeds and grass in food plots in check, a better option than mowing is to use a chemical spray.Food Plot Maintenance Tip: Don't Mow, Let it Grow

Food Plot Maintenance Tip: Don't Mow, Let it Grow

To keep weeds and grass in food plots in check, a better option than mowing is to use a

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

Trail cameras capturing early sprouts of velvet antlers on bucks often send hunters down the path of speculation and what-ifs for the fall; here are a few things to consider before you start labeling bucks as shooters.Early Antler Growth Clues to Determine Buck Rack Size Potential

Early Antler Growth Clues to Determine Buck Rack Size Potential

Trail cameras capturing early sprouts of velvet antlers on bucks often send hunters down the

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

Land management practices that work one property doesn't necessarily mean it will work on another; initial plans for new ground will need to be fine-tuned and altered to fit the area and deer herd needsFirst Look: Deer Hunting Property Management through the Eyes of a Landowner

First Look: Deer Hunting Property Management through the Eyes of a Landowner

Land management practices that work one property doesn't necessarily mean it will work on

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

A controlled burn can make room for high-protein food for deer in the summer and fall.Burning for Deer

Burning for Deer

A controlled burn can make room for high-protein food for deer in the summer and fall.

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

As temperatures rise, deer start looking for a high protein food source after the scarce winter.Spring Means Antler-growing Green Protein for Deer

Spring Means Antler-growing Green Protein for Deer

As temperatures rise, deer start looking for a high protein food source after the scarce

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

During spring turkey season, hours spent chasing down a longbeard also is a great time to strategize and plan for fall deer hunting.Scouting, Hunting for Turkeys, Planning Next Deer Season

Scouting, Hunting for Turkeys, Planning Next Deer Season

During spring turkey season, hours spent chasing down a longbeard also is a great time to

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

Late summer, early fall food plot plantings are attractants and do not help with antler development; planting early spring food plots will help add mass and inches to buck headbones.Top 3 Spring Food Plot Options for Growing Bigger Whitetail Racks

Top 3 Spring Food Plot Options for Growing Bigger Whitetail Racks

Late summer, early fall food plot plantings are attractants and do not help with antler

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

Looking for antler sheds is much more than just hunting head bones; it's a way to identify surviving bucks and scout off-limit areas.Strategic White-tailed Deer Shed Hunting Tips

Strategic White-tailed Deer Shed Hunting Tips

Looking for antler sheds is much more than just hunting head bones; it's a way to identify

Jeremy Flinn, OutdoorChannel.com

With deer season in the rearview mirror, finding headbones of surviving bucks is nearly as much fun as sitting in a treestand in November.Hunting for Antlered Easter Eggs

Hunting for Antlered Easter Eggs

With deer season in the rearview mirror, finding headbones of surviving bucks is nearly as

Lynn Burkhead, OutdoorChannel.com

Research studies reveal visual perceptions of white-tailed deer, what they can see, their strengths and weaknesses.Science of Deer Vision

Science of Deer Vision

Research studies reveal visual perceptions of white-tailed deer, what they can see, their

Trey Reid

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