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Articles from North American Whitetail (March 7, 2012)

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A Connecticut king: once every so often, the paths of a buck and a hunter are destined to collide ... Brown, Jeff 3238
Brace yourself. Wunderle, Terry 734
Congratulations, Realtree, on 25 years of "family, friends & the outdoors"! Interview 1282
Divine intervention: Eagle Head Outfitters owner Josh Hedges knew there was a world-class buck in the neighborhood, but what brought that deer into Mac Brittain's crosshairs was nothing less than ... Brittain, Ray 2067
For every tree that robs a food plot of sunlight, water and nutrition, there is another tree that provides supplemental nutrition and other benefits. The key is managing trees to your advantage. Koerth, Ben 1660
Get a grip: if you're looking to improve your archery accuracy, your grip is a great place to start! Wunderle, Vic 1320
Hall of Fame. Brief article 282
Hog wild: understanding the behavior and biology of wild hogs could help you to minimize their impact on your land and the whitetails that inhabit it. Guthrie, J. 1887
Homegrown: Shannon Boling traveled the continent in search of his buck of a lifetime, only to find him just a few miles from home! Faulkner, Travis 1753
King of western Kansas: tagging a western Kansas buck of this caliber is no easy task, as Scott Carlson can attest! Decker, Aaron 1051
Maintain control: just because your food plots are popping up according to plan doesn't mean you can sit back and relax. The key to getting the most out of your plots is to maintain control of them throughout the year! Kroll, James C. 2333
Mixing it up. 354
Rain. Trout, John F., III 864
Tar heel trophy. Holt, Craig 1038
The next wave. Whittington, Gordon Editorial 566
The sowing circle. Kroll, James C. 973
The whitetail nose: countless hunters have been made fools by the mature whitetail's nose, but with an appropriate level of understanding and preparation--and perhaps a bit of luck--you might be able to improve your odds of success this season. Rex, Mike 1914
Time machines: time-lapse technology has added an entire new tactical dimension to the trail camera empire. Here's how you can reap the benefits. Hogan, Patrick 1381
Top 10 bow tweaks: when it comes to fine-tuning your hunting bow, these 10 tasks could improve your odds--and your accuracy--when the moment of truth arrives. Meitin, Patrick 1563
Trigger happy: make no mistake about it: your time - lapse camera will being taking plenty of photos--make that thousands of photos--every day. Fortunately, several manufacturers have introduced reliable time - lapse models, giving you plenty of options for getting into the game, but it still pays to read the fine print. 826
Welcome to the jungle: sean fisher and his son, ridge, are no strangers to mature whitetails, but a deer named jungle buck changed their perspective on what's possible in Iowa. Fisher, Sean 2689
Whitetail nutrition calendar: whitetails can be picky eaters when given the opportunity. Their nutritional needs vary greatly by sex, age and time of year. The sooner you pinpoint what their needs are and when, the better your herd--and your hunting--will be. Haun, Matt 3004

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