Thursday , July 20 2017

White Tail Deer News

Five Places You Don’t Want to Hit a Deer


All the target practice in the world can’t guarantee against the occasional flubbed shot—especially when there’s a big buck involved. That said, no venison need go to waste if you know what to do.   The Shot: High Chest Hit (a.k.a. “The Dead Zone) Deer’s Reaction: A deer hit in …

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Maryland Shooter Qualification Schedule Released


The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has released the 2017-18 Shooter Qualification Schedule which includes more than 25 qualification sessions at 15 locations across the state. These events allow hunters to take the necessary proficiency test required to obtain a Shooter Qualification Card in order to participate in many of …

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Use Summer Glassing for Whitetail Scouting


Trail cameras have replaced summertime glassing for many of us. If you’re dealing with a little property, like anything under 40 acres, this might be a winning strategy. After all, you only get so many passes in any given woods before the deer have had enough. If you’ve got access …

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Bargain Hunter: Elkton 18-Sided Archery Target 40 Percent Off


If you haven’t yet started prepping for the fall archery season, now’s definitely the time. To shake off the rust, you’ll need a multi-purpose target that’s willing to take a beating, like the Elkton Outdoors 18-Sided Archery Target. The target is super versatile, with 18 target zones at five different …

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Over-The-Counter Kansas Deer Permits Available August 1


PRATT – Resident hunters and hunters purchasing deer permits available over the counter can obtain their 2017 permits beginning August 1. Deer permits available over the counter for the 2017 season include: Resident Any-Season White-tailed Deer permits – valid for one white-tailed deer buck, doe or fawn – may be …

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Enter the 2017 New Hampshire Moose Permit Auction


CONCORD, N.H. – There’s still time to enter the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire’s 2017 NH Moose Permit Auction. The auction is in its ninth year and is the Foundation’s primary fundraiser to support the programs of the N.H. Fish and Game Department. Official bid guidelines and documents can …

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The Best Thin-Pounded Venison Steaks


As the winemaker at Virginia’s acclaimed Barboursville Vineyards, Luca Paschina spends a lot of time outdoors, in the vineyards, extracting the most intense flavors possible. That goes for his off-duty hours, too, when the native of Piedmont, Italy, can often be found deer hunting in the woods around his home …

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