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Shed Antler Hunting - Part II
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Techniques For Finding Sheds
A new shed antler search technique is getting even more people involved in this non-consumptive sport.  The technique, called the “shed drive,” is similar to the deer drive hunting technique so popular in the Midwest.  The shed drive involves organizing your partners in a line with each member evenly spaced across the line at the edge of the area to be searched.  Drive members then walk through the area, picking up sheds along the way, until everyone meets at the opposite end of the area…
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Management Goals & Possibilities
by David Morris

I’ve got a question for you. Can management really improve your hunting? You bet it can! And, one of the best things about management is…

TPWD Management Programs
by Cody Zabransky

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) has a wide range of programs to allow wildlife managers to increase the value of their property and the…



WHERE ARE YOUR ODDS BEST FOR KILLING A BOONE & CROCKETT BUCK?
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

We had just rounded a curve on the ranch road when we noticed, at the same time, a huge-framed buck crossing a prickly pear flat…



Sentinel Limpopo Safari Chronicle, Zimbabwe Africa August/September 2011 Day 7 and Day 8
by David Shashy

Day 7- September 6th, 2011
Elephant pictures, skinning, butchering and general adrenaline hangover were on tap for me today. My group did little else.…



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Tip #44 – Tree Stand Placement

When you begin to doubt your tree stand placement, don’t give up on the general location. Sometimes moving your stand as little as 50 yards can put you in the right place to intercept a big buck.


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