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Welcome to 2017

doeeyesHopefully you've filled your tags or choked down the tag soup as deer season closes in most states.  It's now time to prepare for Turkey season, spring fishing, food plots, and shed hunting.  It's always interesting this time of year to see new products coming out, but most of us have our go-to tools that we rely on year to year. 

 

What are your most reliable, never leave home without it, hunting tools? Comment below!

 

 

 

 

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The Great Outdoor Expo

The Great Outdoor Expo

The annual Great Outdoors Expo is coming to Beaumont, TX this weekend (July 20-22) at Ford Park. The men and boys will enjoy the great hunting and fishing gear availiable, the snake handler (Robert Ackerman) shows, and the popular TV series Swamp People's own Troy and Jacob Landry and Liz! (Liz was present Friday from 3-8 P.M. and Troy and Jacob will be present today, Saturday, from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M.) And while the men and boys are enjoying that, the girls can head over to the Peddler show, with over 70 peddlers for the avid shopper. Theres even things for the children. The "Bubble Runner" gives children of all ages the chance to enter a plastic bubble and walk on water! The Outdoors Expo is an outdoorsmans Haven, carrying the best in hunting, camping, fishing and boating gear. I personally have been to the Outdoors Expo every year of my life nearly and I absolutley love it. In the past theyve had interactive hunting games, paintball, hunting dog trainers, boats, trucks, ATVs and hunting stands for sale, I even remember when they had a LIVE Kodiak Brown Bear there! The Great Outdoors Expo is definatley a huge event you dont want to miss if you live close! Shoppers gain access to both shows ALL WEEKEND for $6 adults, $5 for seniors 65+ and children 5-11, and children under 5 get in FREE! To read more visit http://www.fordpark.com/news.aspx?newsid=1540 . Hope to see you there!

 

Blog Photo made by me and is not affiliated with Ford Park.

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Polar Bear Bird Hunting!

Check out these pictures taken by Dylan Coker.  A polar bear was scavenging a 90-meter rock cliff hunting for penguin eggs Novaya Zemlya Archipelago.

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Aug 31, 2011 – PHOTOGRAPH BY Dylan Coker / Barcroft Pacific UK Office, London.

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Beating a whitetails best defense

Let me start out by saying that wind is a major factor in whether or not you even see or get a mature deer in range or any deer for that matter. Always pay very close attention to the wind while in the stand. If it's still early in the morning or afternoon and you need to make a switch to another stand I highly recommend it. You want to always put yourself up wind from where you believe the deer may be coming from. When calling or rattling the buck he will always come in downwind of your location to scent check you to be sure there is no danger. This is when all the scent control you have done pre hunt will determine the outcome. Also when using a decoy it's best to have the buck decoy quartering to you and upwind from you, that way when a buck comes in and circles downwind to get head up for the battle you have a broad side or quartering away shot. I prefer my sets to be at 20 to 25 feet but you need to do what is comfortable to you. Also when setting this high off of the ground always wear a safety harness or vest. As far as thermals go this is how it works. The thermals are pushed up in the morning along with your scent so you are less likely to be caught during morning hunts. In the evening when the thermals are being pushed downward toward the bucks best defense which gives him a little advantage as appose to morning but I prefer an evening hunt any day over morning, their always seems to be more action. Ultimately you want to gain an edge by being wind alert and as scent free as possible. If the wind is swirling all you can do is hope for the best. I mean after all it is bow hunting, anything can happen.

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