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Georgia Deer Baiting Changes

On the authority of the 2011 law, the Board of Natural Resources recently approved a measure allowing hunters on private lands across the state to hunt as close as they would like to supplemental feed. This change, in effect for the 2018-19 deer hunting season, remedies an existing disparity among hunters hunting deer on private lands in the northern portion of the state, allowing the existing law to apply equally to all hunters. Continue reading Georgia Deer Baiting Changes

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Whitetail Season

whitetailbuckhuntforever052114At every convention, including ours just past, there are certain questions I’m sure to be asked, usually several times. One goes like, “What’s your favorite game animal?” That’s not an easy one Continue reading Whitetail Season

The Modern Whitetail Rifle

The grand old 7x57 is one of my favorites for whitetails. It is not ideal in the most open country, but at our place in Kansas there are no shots it can’t handle.
The grand old 7×57 is one of my favorites for whitetails. It is not ideal in the most open country, but at our place in Kansas there are no shots it can’t handle.

The buck came in from my right, almost invisible, and tended a scrape behind a screen of trees for several minutes before stretching his neck forward. I am not by nature a “neck shooter,” but by that time I was nearing cardiac arrest. As soon as I had a clear Continue reading The Modern Whitetail Rifle

In Pursuit of Kansas Whitetails

Kansas sunrise.
Kansas sunrise.

Movement caught my eye a hundred yards to the North as a feeding deer materialized through the tree limbs and brush. The buck raised his head and my heart skipped a beat. It was the big nine.

I slowly reached for my bow as the big buck continued to feed, Continue reading In Pursuit of Kansas Whitetails