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Team DHC Articles
Trail cameras, or trail cams, have become a major necessity in the hunting world today. Trail cams allow you to monitor your land or lease without disturbing deer or other wildlife.
Modern Flintlock Hunting Today
Flintlock muzzle loading is alive and thriving across America. I started black powder hunting in the late 1970’s and continue to hunt in the mountains of Pennsylvania during their late flintlock hunting season.
Whitetail Management 101 – Part 2
What deer do we want to kill to achieve our goals? For me, I want to protect every buck less than 3.5 years old. From that point on, you do not need to protect them.