Tag Archives | Offseason

Find More Coues Sheds

Find More Coues Sheds

Find More Coues Sheds by Steven Lines Shed hunting is a great way to scout an area, and stay in shape for the upcoming hunting season. Finding antlers is always fun no matter what time of year it is, but finding Coues whitetail sheds can be a bit more challenging than their larger cousins. Coues […]

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Offseason Bow Care: Inspect D-loop or string loop.

Offseason Bow Care

Offseason Bow Care by Steven Lines Most guys & girls have a truck, car, or motorcycle that they love to work on. Without regular maintenance, our favorite vehicles won’t function properly, or sometimes not at all. In the world of archery hunting, our favorite piece of equipment must also perform to the highest possible level. […]

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Follow Up on Your Deer in the Spring

Follow Up on Your Deer in the Spring

Follow Up on Your Deer in the Spring by Samantha Lance If you’re anything like me, you’re anxiously awaiting the arrival of Turkey Season. For Tennessee, the birds are strutting and talking, and tearing up the nerves of every turkey hunter around. It’s time to switch gears, break out the spring camouflage gear and head […]

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Bowhunting Sprin Turkeys

Bowhunting for Spring Turkeys

Bowhunting for Spring Turkeys by Samantha Lance The winter season is winding down, and spring is just around the corner. With spring comes my second favorite hunting season, Spring Turkey. There’s nothing better than sitting in the blind and listening to the goose bump-invoking sound of thunder chickens talking the language of love. Turkey hunting […]

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Post Season Improvement

Post Season Improvement

Post Season Improvement by Dana R. Rogers The transition from one deer season to another is when I go over all my notes and plans from last season to find where I can improve. Whether you keep a journal, spreadsheet or 3-ring binder full of data, I would highly suggest you input as much information […]

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