Solstice Spells Summer

  Solstice Spells Summer   Ah…the summertime. That perigee moon was up there this weekend and literally felt as if it was crashing into Earth, it was so bright. The animals, as all hunters and outdoor lovers know, acted more than a bit odd, and the moonrise got everyone in the mood for heading outdoors […]

Game Management with Sprayers

Game Management with Sprayers Mossy Oak BioLogic’s Austin Delano could talk all day about effective game management with sprayers, but for this particular piece, Delano wanted to give a general overview about spraying techniques both to control weeds and grasses in food plots and proper fertilizer application. “Perennial fields like clovers, chicory and alfalfa are […]

TARTER Farm & Ranch Equipment: A History of Excellence

  TARTER Farm & Ranch Equipment: A History of Excellence By Patrick Qualls In the farm and ranch realm, there’s no name more revered than Tarter Farm and Ranch Equipment. No surprise, considering this is the nation’s largest manufacturer of farm gates, as well as animal management and feeding equipment. Manufacturing more than 950 different […]

Summer Scouting Tactics

Summer Scouting Tactics Summer is one of the best times of the year to embark on hands-on reconnaissance missions for trophy whitetails. Why? For starters, bucks are visible at food sources in the early mornings and late evenings. Being able to watch particular bucks for days on end as they enter and exit a food […]

Secrets to a Successful Food Plot

  Secrets to a Successful Food Plot Growing food plots isn’t easy—it takes work and dedication—and along the way mistakes are often made. According to Mossy Oak food plot expert Todd Amenrud, two common mistakes include over broadcasting seed and covering that seed too deep. “Even food plot veterans will make the mistake of distributing […]

Think of Transportation Before Deer Season Arrives

  Think of Transportation Before Deer Season Arrives By ZZ Troutski Even though the camo is laundered and stored, and the firearms and tree stands have been cleaned and put away, time does fly. Soon deer season will come around again, so selecting the tools you need ahead of time is always a good thing. […]

Will Genetic Foods Cost the Lives of America’s Wildlife?

  Will Genetic Foods Cost the Lives of America’s Wildlife? By ZZ Troutski Technology is seen in some eyes as good…some eyes as bad…and some eyes as simply a real pain. But when it comes to messing with genetics – whether it be animal, human or plant – people are beginning to see technology as […]

The Great Outdoors is Made Even Greater with Husky Liners

  The Great Outdoors is Made Even Greater with Husky Liners  By ZZ Troutski The love of hunting, fishing and simply enjoying the great outdoors is shared by millions in the United States. The love of their chosen vehicle is also shared. Even if the trophy game is caught, a bit of defeat is also […]

Why Brassicas?

  Thanks to the innovative minds at BioLogic, hunters have throngs of food plot options to choose from. And while the options are many, three that shouldn’t be overlooked include Green Patch Plus, Full Draw and Maximum. Why? The answer is really quite simple: Both contain brassicas. Brassicas are very easy to grow and provide an inexpensive, quality food […]

Controlling the Burn

  No, when we’re speaking about a controlled burn we are not talking six-pack abs here; we are talking about something far more important – the environment. Reforestation is a huge issue at the moment – with success being found in all areas. Even the U.S. government has reported that over three million acres have […]