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Sitting Dockside Podcast: Fish Habitat Part 3 of 3

Sitting Dockside Podcast - Episode 001- Fish Habitat Brought to you by Private Water Natural Resources Association. Listen to the Full Podcast. If you missed Part 1, read it here. If you missed Part 2, read it here. Matt Rayl: I want to hit on that but finish what you're going to say and then we'll jump to that. Dr. Brian Graeb: [...]

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Sitting Dockside Podcast: Fish Habitat Part 2 of 3

Sitting Dockside Podcast - Episode 001- Fish Habitat Brought to you by Private Water Natural Resources Association. Listen to the Full Podcast. If you missed Part 1, read it here.  Dr. Brian Graeb: So let me talk about how we came at this question. So if this is a given the next question that comes up is, well, how much [...]

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Sitting Dockside Podcast: Fish Habitat Part 1 of 3

Sitting Dockside Podcast - Episode 001- Fish Habitat Brought to you by Private Water Natural Resources Association. Listen to the Full Podcast. Hey everyone. This is Matt Rayl. Welcome to Episode 001 of "Sitting Dockside" podcast. Today we're going to talk about lake habitat. Have you ever wondered if habitat can increase the amount of fish in your lake? [...]

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Refuel After The Rut

By Dave Edwards, National Deer Association Bucks expend a great deal of energy during the fall preparing for and participating in the rut. Depending on the buck:doe ratio, activities like scraping, rubbing, fighting, seeking and chasing can stretch over weeks or even months, and during this time bucks spend less time feeding than normal. Even in [...]

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Whitetail Deer Nutrition Essential to Animals' Size and Survival

By Michael Anthony Foster for CAES News Whitetail deer are probably the most economically important large game animal in the U.S. Due to population growth, the amount of suitable habitat has decreased and managing the species has become more intensive. Deer management now requires a deeper understanding of the nutritional requirements that affect body size, reproduction [...]

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​Antler Growth Is a Year Round Affair

From our Friends at Sportsman’s Choice It is common practice for many ranch managers to shut off their protein feeders and fire up the corn/spincast feeders once we get into hunting season. Theoretically, this corresponds with the nutritional requirements of whitetail deer, if we consider that bucks are done with antler growth and most doe have [...]

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5 Benefits of Supplemental Feeding Year-Round

From our friends at MossyOak Gamekeepers Along with quality food plots, supplemental feeding can really help improve overall herd health and help your deer reach their genetic potential. Most people who assume their deer have “bad genetics” would be surprised with the kind of deer they could grow if they had better year-round nutrition. Before beginning [...]

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Aging Whitetail Bucks on the Hoof

by Lindsay Thomas, Gamekeepers Magazine From our friends at Gamekeepers Magazine. Aging bucks on the hoof is not simple or fool-proof, but I’ve got great news for you. The most important age to protect is the easiest to spot. Aging on the hoof means determining which bucks you are going to green-light, and this ultimately depends [...]

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Texas Trophy Hunter's Extravaganza

Texas Hunter Products will be showcased during the Texas Trophy Hunters Association Hunter's Extravaganzas this year in Houston, Fort Worth, and San Antonio. We will have blinds and feeders on display as well as friendly faces to answer any questions you might have. We are excited to be back and are looking forward to seeing [...]

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Just What is a Trophy Bass?

First published at PondBoss.com by Norman Latona, a fisheries biologist and partner with Southeastern Pond Management, a private lake and pond service company.  I recently read an article in a local newspaper, detailing the fortunes of two fishing buddies in California. On separate outings, the anglers boated lunker largemouth bass tipping the scales in the 20-pound [...]

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