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Not what you’re looking for? Find more articles on hunting ungulates! A hunting alternative for those that don’t want to sit in a stand I’d venture a guess that most whitetail hunting in western Canada is done from stands or blinds located along major travel routes or the edges of feeding fields. Whitetails are one of the most aware creatures in the woods and all of their senses are highly tuned for detecting danger. They have incredible eyesight and hearing, and a nose that just can’t be fooled. To me, they are the North American animal that most tests the … Read more »

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Not what you’re looking for? Find more articles on hunting ungulates! Whitetail hunting may not be an exact science, but follow the unwritten playbook and you’re sure to score this fall Break just one rule, and that elusive buck you are after immediately gains an even bigger home field advantage. No, there is no formal playbook for deer hunting. Volumes have been published, and many have tried, but no one has come up with a definitive manual guaranteeing success in the whitetail woods. In fact, just when we think we’ve figured them out, the pros release some new theory to … Read more »

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