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Summer 2009 Deer & Deer Hunting Digital Issue

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SKU# Z7419

D&DH magazine is developed under the direction of white-tailed deer hunters offering comprehensive and practical information about white-tailed deer and deer hunting techniques — the type of editorial no one else has been able to imitate. Here are a few highlights from the Summer 2009 issue:

  • What's to become of a hunter's memories and lessons when he's no longer here to roam the woods and fields? John H. Brownlee examines this effect.
  • Michigan's Tonly Lapratt is quietly becoming a legend in the deer community thanks to his techniques for improving small properties for big-buck hunting, writes Dave Henderson.
  • Charles J. Alsheimer dissects a long-running study unveils the home-range and seasonal travel preferences of mature does.
  • This three-step plan, says Les Davenport, for timber management and small-scale logging can put thousands of dollars in your pocket.
  • How scouting cameras can help you count the number and size of the deer living on your hunting land. Dick Scorzafava and Walt Larsen have the tips to do it.
  • Times have certainly changed for the once-sacred cows of the whitetail world, but are we now shooting too many antlerless deer? Joe Shead explores this trend.
  • Compatibility is the key to any good union, writes Matt Harper. When it comes to great food plots, it can be a deal-maker ... or breaker.
  • Drought cycles can complicate private land deer management efforts, especially when identification of trophy potential is necessary. Justin Bryan offers tips to deal with these cycles.
  • Joseph P. Hogan shares seven deer management lessons he learned the hard way in his quest for a small wildlife oasis.
  • Archers aren't unlike the men who work the fields and manage the woodlots where we love to spend our free time, Rev. Zeke B. Pipher articulates.
  • Editor Dan Schmidt looks back at record-breaking big bucks.
SKU Z7419
File Type PDF
Format Download
ISBN 13 9781440212376
$3.95

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