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The Management Minute by Andrew Walters

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3 RECOMMENDATIONS WHEN MENTORING A NEW HUNTER

Introducing new hunters (young or old) to the sport is probably one of the most exciting and important things veteran hunters can do. We all remember some of our first successful hunts when the adrenaline is cranking and we are “warm with achievement.” There are many...

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SQUEEZE THE MOST FROM YOUR GROUND

EVERY LITTLE BIT COUNTS As most of you know, plants, whether they are a crop or native vegetation, are “nutrient and energy transfer agents for our wildlife.” The nutrients from the soil and the energy from the sun are contained in the plants. We want that to be...

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HOW TO ENJOY PRACTICING WITH A BOW DURING THE SUMMER

My bow was shooting okay last year. My sights are on. I cannot get pumped about season until it gets a little cooler temperature. These are all excuses that hunters use as to why they do not partake in summertime archery practice. Does practicing throughout the summer...

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CEREAL GRAINS FOR FOOD PLOTS

The world of food-plotting has seen a number of new cultivars come to market in recent years, some touted as “magic,” or “irresistible to whitetails.” With these new varieties on the market, some in wildlife management may scoff at such plain “golden oldie” forages as...

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BOAT DOCKS: A PRODUCTIVE PLACE TO FISH FOR BASS IN SUMMER

At this time of the year when the weather’s hot, boat docks create a lot of shade – not only for the bass but also for the bluegills and other bait fish the bass eat. At certain times of the year, even crawfish will hold under boat docks. So, boat docks provide food,...

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HOW TO ENJOY PRACTICING WITH A BOW DURING THE SUMMER

My bow was shooting okay last year. My sights are on. I cannot get pumped about season until it gets a little cooler temperature. These are all excuses that hunters use as to why they do not partake in summertime archery practice. Does practicing throughout the summer...

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FOOD PLOTS SUFFERING FROM LACK OF RAIN?

With the dry conditions many folks in the mid-south and southeast have dealt with this planting season, early fall food plots may have been a bust. Using a no-till drill can also be a life saver when you have to plant late or in dry fall conditions. Often times a...

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INSECT SAFETY TIPS: PREVENTING STINGS AND BITES

On my first trip to Texas, I was warned that just about everything there will either stick, sting, stab or bite you. There’s a bit of embellishment in that statement, though it’s not too far from the truth. And though the risks may be a tad less elsewhere, there are...

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PREVENTING SNAKE BITES

Of all the dangers we face in the outdoors, there are few that instill more pure dread and abject fear than the limbless serpents. Fortunately, the odds of encountering one are as slim as the reptiles themselves, and the chances of being bitten are slimmer still....

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