Tick Bite Prevention Tips for Hunters

There’s nothing we love more than a weekend hunting trip, but do you know what’s not fun? Getting home after your trip and finding inflamed tick bites on your skin. Ticks can cause a number of health problems such as Lyme disease, which is why you should take whatever precautions you can to prevent ticks…
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Try These Scent Control Techniques on Your Next Hunt

It’s impossible to eliminate all of the scents that your body produces prior to hunting. There’s just no way to get rid of scents altogether. But you can take a few simple steps to control the scents that your body emits throughout the course of a day. And when you take these steps, it will…
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When and How to Move Your Deer Blind

If you spend a lot of time hunting, climbing in and out of your tree stand on a regular basis can become a real drag. Plus, most tree stands won’t provide you with much protection from the elements. Rather than relying on a tree stand, many people prefer to use a deer blind instead. Deer…
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Snow Blind: Finding Success With Snow on the Ground

Whether you’re inside a hunting blind or not, a fresh snowfall can definitely make your hunt a lot more difficult. To make sure you don’t come out of the woods empty-handed, here are some tips on how to make your late-season hunt in the snow more successful. Embrace the Elements Don’t let the snow deter…
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Locating Your Blind: Placement Tips to Improve Your Hunt

When setting up your deer blind, you obviously want to place it in an optimal spot where you think you’ll have the best chance of spotting a prized buck. If you end up empty handed, however, it can be very frustrating. To make sure your next hunt is successful, check out these tips on how…
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Ahead of the Season, It’s Time to Set Up Your Blind

Hunting season is nearly upon us for 2016, and it’s very important to make sure you’re prepared with everything you will need to have a successful outing. This includes making sure you have all your equipment set up and purchased. But possibly the most important preparation for your hunting season is making sure your blind…
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New App Seeks to Revolutionize Hunting Licenses

You know what nobody likes about hunting and fishing? The paperwork. Hunters and fishermen must abide by the laws in their state, and that includes possessing hunting and fishing licenses for where they plan to be. These licenses must be in a sportsman’s possession at all times of they could face penalties or fines that…
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Six Essentials to Equip Your Blind

When you are out in the wilderness, waiting to get a good read on that treasured turkey or delicious deer, it is important to be equipped with the essentials. There are certain items that you should always have in your blind so you can be prepared for anything – and to stay comfortable during your…
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Bowhunting from a Ground Blind

There are plenty of reasons to bowhunt from a ground blind. They allow you to easily choose an optimal spot from which to hunt. They take troublesome features of the local landscape out of the equation. For those of us who aren’t fond of heights, they offer a welcome alternative to sitting in a tree…
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Tips to Ensure Success in Your Hunting Blind

A good hunting blind is an indispensable tool for many hunters, particularly for those of us who don’t hunt in densely wooded areas that can accommodate a tree stand. Ground blinds provide hunters with a distinct leg up on their quarry, allowing them to see without being seen. Like any tool however, you’ve got to…
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