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The Urban Deer Complex – Real Tactics for the Part-time Hunter

Published on July 24th, 2014 by in Book Review

In his new book The Urban Deer Complex – Real Tactics for the Part-time Hunter AJ DeRosa does a great job of addressing both novice and experienced hunters to his urban and suburban hunting philosophies. As an avid hunter I could not help but think of how valuable this book could be as an introduction

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Trying to Ease The Pain. A painful encounter with a big public land buck.

  Trying to Ease the Pain     by Jim Eden As avid outdoorsmen, we are all used to the emotional ups and downs throughout the seasons.  It’s not only limited to deer hunting.  I’m fully committed to everything I do and for me to fall short of my expectations just plain hurts.  Now don’t get

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Bugs, Go Pro’s, Editing= Self Filming Fun

Published on April 11th, 2013 by in Filming

I’ve been pretty quiet……. on the site and on facebook lately. Partly it’s due to the natural let down of hunting season being over. This is my time to get back to my much loved laid back, relaxed style of living, but it is also time to go over the hours of footage I’ve gathered

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Spring has sprung in Massachusetts

Published on April 8th, 2013 by in Uncategorized

Here are some pictures I’ve snapped at work over the past couple of weeks up here in Massachusetts.

 
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After Season Scouting and the Importance of Deer Poop

After Season Scouting…..Just when my wife thought hunting season was over. This is my favorite time of year to get in the woods, well, besides the months where you’re able to sit in a tree with a bow in your hand.  With glimpses of warm weather, winter’s miserable grip loosening, who wouldn’t want to get

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