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Team DHC Articles
Hunting White Tails in Non-Wooded Areas
The land in which I hunt is mainly made up of non-wooded areas. There is a sixty acres of hayfield, sixty acres of grazing land and another forty in crop land. I also have access to fifty acres of heavily wooded land. For some reason, I tend to hunt the non-wooded areas much more often than the wooded. Why is this?
Don’t Fret When Hunting Public Lands.
We all know the frustrations of dealing with public land hunting. Nobody enjoys being crowded in a hunting spot but it happens and the hunter who scouted well and prepares properly will do just fine hunting public lands.
Whitetail Management 101 – Part 1
The first question I ask a prospective landowner or lease manager is what they realistically expect from deer management. About 95% of the time, I then explain why they should not hire me. The reason being, no deer biologist can possibly meet those expectations.