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Jeff

Deer hunting is a great sport and is one of my passions. Between September and January you will probably find me in a treestand with bow in hand. My hope with this site is to share my experience to help you have a more successful and enjoyable deer hunt.

The Bucks Are Gone

October has arrived in the south but that doesn’t mean the arrival of colder temperatures. Low temperatures are in the 60’s and highs are in the low 80’s. 80 is a little high for this time of year and us bowhunters are always praying for cooler weather. [embedplusvideo height=”450″ width=”600″ ...

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Shoot Lighted Nocks

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Here is the scenerio. Two buddies leave deer hunting camp for a late fall bowhunt. They are headed into their favorite afternoon stands. Both Hunters are set up by 3pm and ready to kill. Deer movement picks up as dusk approaches. We are down to “O Deer 30”. It is ...

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Grim Reaper Razortip Review

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Part of the reason I decided to do a Grim Reaper Broadhead review is because they are not the most popular. I know advertisement brings us outdoor programming but hunting shows are dominated with Rage Broadhead commercials. This is not going to be a sympathy post for the smaller underdog ...

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Tips From Shooting 100 Deer

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Bowhunting is tough! We have all had misses or missed opportunities. The hunter must be within 30 yards of the deer(normally). A deer has keen senses like great eye sight, scent and hearing. So in this bowhunting video tip Bill Winke is going to share 3 tips on how to ...

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Finding Deer Hunting Leases Online

You can have all the hunting gear in the world and it ain’t worth a dime if you don’t have a place to hunt. Every single day you should always be looking for a free deer hunting lease. But free is not always an option and it is not easy ...

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Instantly Improve Bow Accuracy

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Bowhunting is one of the most exciting sports in the outdoor world.  Getting within bow range of a whitetail deer requires experience, skill, stealth and luck.  Some bowhunters can go weeks or months without being presented with a shot opportunity.  This misfortune could happen for a number of reasons.  Advanced ...

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