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    Mapping out known bedding areas and travel corridors on a piece of hunting land can give still- and stand-hunters  — and hunters who run deer with hounds — a leg up on finding productive stand locations.

    Map out your know-how

    An educated, overhead view can help hunters
    July 05 at 9:00am
    A hunting lease that produces hundreds of hours of enjoyment is worth a little extra effort to obtain and maintain.

    Time to lock up leases

    Many hunting properties open up this month
    June 05 at 9:00am
    Sunn hemp can be planted as a warm-season food-plot crop in sandy soils or soils of poor quality.

    Sunn hemp: A sand save?

    May 05 at 9:00am
    Land managers need to match their warm-season food plot seed mixes with their site characteristics, including pH and other soil conditions.

    Choose plot seeds wisely

    Match your mixes to specific site conditions
    April 05 at 9:00am
    Getting an accurate measurement on the area of a food plot will give planters a better chance of planting the right amount of seed.

    Avoid planting mistakes

    Measure food plots correctly, study seed depth
    March 05 at 9:00am
    A low-intensity, controlled fire can greatly improve soil conditions entering the planting season, as well as clear out unwanted brush and small trees.

    Controlled fire is a tool

    Winter burning can get soils ready for spring
    February 05 at 9:00am
    Frost-seeding doesn’t involve any cultivation, just broadcasting seed on a new plot site or overseeding an existing one.

    Try winter frost-seeding

    Carolinas’ freeze-thaw cycle is perfect setting
    January 05 at 9:00am
    Hunters who can locate viable late-season food sources should see plenty of deer, including some nice bucks, this month.

    Want deer? Find the food

    Deer need to eat to prepare for winter’s toils
    December 01, 2016 at 7:00am
    Big bucks change their habits when the peak of the rut arrives. Smart hunters will make changes, too.

    Rut: Time to switch up

    Bucks are changing, so why don’t hunters?
    November 04, 2016 at 9:00am
    Plenty of nutritious foods can be added to a whiltetail’s diet by careful planning of food plots.

    Food plots for acidic soils

    Good options are available for acidic conditions
    October 05, 2016 at 9:00am
    Dividing up big fields by planting avenues of cover multiplies hunting opportunities in countless ways.

    Big hopes for big fields

    September 05, 2016 at 9:00am
    BCS America’s walk-behind tractor and implements are perfect for preparing and planting small food plots.

    Hidden plots are gems

    Small tractors perfect for out-of-the way greens
    August 08, 2016 at 9:00am
    BCS America’s walk-behind tractor and implements are perfect for preparing and planting small food plots.

    Hidden food plots are gems

    Small tractors perfect for out-of-the way greens
    August 08, 2016 at 9:00am
    Bachelor groups of bucks will spend plenty of time in late summer working over food plots and agricultural fields, giving hunters a chance to learn their habits for early season hunts.

    Start early for early bucks

    July is prime time to set up, spruce up your stands
    July 08, 2016 at 9:00am
    Bachelor groups of bucks will spend plenty of time in late summer working over food plots and agricultural fields, giving hunters a chance to learn their habits for early season hunts.

    Start early for early bucks

    July is prime time to set up, spruce up your stands
    July 08, 2016 at 9:00am
    Changing the pH of food-plot soils is the first step to excellent cool-season food plots that will attract and provide food for wildlife.

    Lime time: change the pH for better deer-hunting property

    Cool-season food plots will benefit from liming
    June 08, 2016 at 9:00am