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Articles from North American Whitetail (September 1, 2015)

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A DIY slam part 1. C. Kroll, James 2350
Climbing to success: for many bowhunters, hanging a portable stand is one of the most basic tasks in preparing for a DIY whitetail hunt. But developing the right setup involves far more than just giving yourself a nice view. Meitin, Patrick 2111
Fit for fall: you need not be an Olympian to have a good DIY deer hunt. But as these experts note, being in shape makes a hunt safer, more fun and more likely to end with big antlers in your hands. Breen, Tracy 1787
Hall of fame. 158
Know before you go. Wunderle, Terry 1155
Like the back of your hand: are you better off continuing to try new public hunting areas, or should you really get to know a single one? Here's the honest answer. J. Peterson, Tony 1917
Living the DIY dream: when a deer biologist got drawn for a public hunt on Kentucky's Big Rivers WMA and State Forest, he knew the payoff could be big. And was it ever! Cooper, Bill 1605
Managing from afar: trying to improve deer habitat hours from home has its challenges. But as I've found, where there's a will, there's a way--and the investment in dollars and sweat pays off in a lot of satisfaction. Sinfelt, Ron; Sinfelt, Victoria 2073
Paradise found? Whether you're looking to buy hunting land or simply lease it, there's a lot out there. Too bad so little is what you really want. Focus on these critical features and you'll have a far better chance of ending up happy. Bartylla, Steve 2672
Planning ahead: Q: on a DIY whitetail hunt, how important is it to have backup stands set for unlikely conditions? 469
Public passion: by investing my time and effort, i've managed to put some fine public-land trophies on the wall. Galloway, Hunter 970
Setting standards. Barringer, Bernie 1070
The guiding light: when should you schedule that far-from-home whitetail hunt? When the moon says it's time to be there. And I have the proof. Hays, Adam 2691
The hot zone. Warner, Darren 486
The legend of curly: in DIY deer hunting, you learn to leave no stone unturned. Look what I found under one in Kansas! Mcdaniel, Krysten 3251
The Pine Ghost: a lengthy chess match between a veteran archer and an ancient buck finally came to a fitting end on Maryland's eastern shore. Higgins, Al 1359
Timing a trophy: often you must go against the grain--and everything you've assumed--to figure out when big, hard-hunted bucks will be on their feet. Peterson, Tony J. 1897
Velvet dreams: a rack covered in velvet is a prize many bowhunters covet. With the right game plan, the odds of tagging one on your own are better than you might think. Barringer, Bernie 2564
What's new. 561
What's on. 368

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