Grant Woods has been around the block a time or three after several decades as a leader in the outdoors industry. He’s hunted throughout the country, primarily for whitetail deer, and is considered to be one of the foremost experts on land and whitetail management. Woods also is a prominent member of the outdoors communications… Read More WHAT ARE THE 3 BIGGEST CONCERNS AFFECTING DEER HUNTING?
A decades-old study about hunting revealed five common stages ranging from new and learning to the final one in which hunters become mentors helping others. Nowhere in the five stages does it say anything about land management. The stages are Shooting, Limiting Out, Trophy, Method and Sportsman. It could be argued that diving into land… Read More MOULTRIE MOBILE FAVORITES – RYAN BERAN OF MANAGING DEER TV
Venison Un-Sloppy Joes puts a clean spin on a comfort food classic. It features a warm, flaky biscuit enveloping a gooey, cheesy, savory Sloppy Joe filling. And the recipe is easy to follow! It is basically this: prepare the Un-Sloppy Joe venison meat mixture, spoon it into a canned biscuit, pop it into the oven… Read More HOW TO MAKE VENISON UN-SLOPPY JOES
Become a one-stop shop for all the deer hunters who walk through your front door. Let’s get something straight right off the bat: Food plots and minerals provided by hunters aren’t necessary for whitetail deer to survive. If a piece of property has deer, then they’re finding enough food and minerals to live and reproduce.… Read More Selling Deer Minerals and Food Plot Seeds
Getting deer to travel where you want them is possible with proper funneling strategies, and that”s just what the 107 Project needs. Before too much can get done on the 107 Project, the new layout of the property has to be sorted out. Because much of the year the property Josh calls the 107 Project… Read More HOW TO FUNNEL DEER MOVEMENT | BUILDING WHITETAILS
With the sun shining bright over the weekend and temperatures pleasant in the 40s, my daughter and I hit the woods for some shed hunting and scouting for next deer season. We learned a lot about a particular piece of ground we plan to hunt next year. Now is the time to get out there… Read More Scout now for an edge on the deer next year
Hunting seasons are in full bloom right now throughout the country, which means it’s a great time for you to identify things to do in the off-season. Whoa! Don’t wrinkle your nose. You’re going to and from the woods and fields right now. You’re seeing things, wondering what changes you can make or do for… Read More Four Budget-friendly upgrades that’ll pay off next year.
This episode of Prairie Sportsman features the Casey Jone State Trail and thermal drones used to locate and track fawns. The Casey Jones State Trail was the first trail in the state to be dedicated by the Minnesota Legislature in 1967, but it was never completed. While there are almost 600 miles of paved state… Read More RESEARCH: Tracking Fawns with Thermal Drones
On a cool January afternoon, Corey Anderson took a call while out in his yard spending time with his children. They were laughing and running around, a whirlwind of activity not unlike their father who was trying to get them to play for a few moments while he did an interview. The 33-year-old laughed when… Read More COREY ANDERSON FINDS ZEN IN THE OUTDOORS
On this week’s show, we talk about a potential record whitetail shot this fall. Blake Rice from TSS Shot tells us the story about his giant deer he took with his bow and how he went through an emotional rollercoaster that day. Blake also talks about using more lethal shot when turkey or waterfowl hunting.… Read More SJR TV: Week 541: Potential Record Whitetail Shot