Technology Picks for Hunters

Technology Picks for Hunters

     In my previous article we discussed the “game changing” impact new smart phone technologies are having on outdoorsmen. This month, I would like to share some new to the market technology gadgets that will make your time in the field more productive. 3G Cellular Camera by Spypoint Navigate quickly and easily through your […]

Turning Unproductive Land Into Prime Habitat

Turning Unproductive Land Into Prime Habitat

Most of the land we hunt on has areas that are not valuable for hunting or raising livestock. These areas are called fallow lands, which are typically old fields that have been taken over by invasive plant species like honey mesquite, prickly pear cactus or even re-growth oak thickets that have very little value to anything. These lands are wastelands to the wildlife manager. By reclaiming these lands you can transform it back into diversified land that will attract and hold a variety of game animals and domestic stock.

Aging Whitetails on the Hoof

Aging Whitetails on the Hoof

In this article we will discuss the important role that age structure plays in managing whitetails. Significant amounts of data indicate that a whitetail buck will not grow its best set of antlers until after its body has fully developed; which typically occurs around five to six years of age.

10 Simple Steps to Amazing Food Plots

10 Simple Steps to Amazing Food Plots

Food plots, if done right can improve your property by attracting a wide variety of wildlife, offer enhanced year around nutrition, and are just fun to hunt. I like to plant seed mixtures that are palatable at different times and also mix annual and perennial plots into my management plan.

Lifetime Buck When You Least Expect It

Lifetime Buck When You Least Expect It

Sometimes the best things happen when you least expect it. This was the case for my largest buck to date which I was fortunate to harvest during the 2009 hunting season. My hunting partners and I have been managing our hunting land for the last five or six years and the results are speaking for […]