The thrill of deer hunting comes while you are in your stand in the woods, hoping that a twelve-point buck is about to walk into your line of sight. Yet, there are several steps you need to take so that you are fully prepared for this moment. Enroll in a Hunter’s Safety Course Safety […]
Turkey hunting can be a highly rewarding sport, but if you are not a seasoned professional, you can easily find yourself going home empty-handed more often than not. To make your next turkey hunting trip enjoyable and fruitful, follow these five tips: Scout Before the Season Starts You don’t have to wait until […]
So you are wanting to invest in hunting land, but where do you start? We are here to ensure that you have the best possible experience when buying property, so we put together a list of five things you should keep in mind before writing any checks: Location You do not want the land […]
The artic blast funneling its way into the middle section of the country has waterfowl on the move as we hit mid-December. 2016 Waterfowl Migration Updates Photo © MichaelFurtman.com Extreme weather conditions in each flyway is forcing waterfowl to shift behaviors and even push south searching for suitable habitat. The following alerts contain the most […]
The Arkansas Game & Fish Commission has released its latest aerial waterfowl survey as of Dec. 14, 2016 with a significant increase in the mallard population. VIEW REPORT
Due to excessive flooding during the growing season, the trees in the WMA have gone dormant and need time out of water to prevent die-offs. To read the full article, click here.
Ducks Unlimited predicts another large fall flight as duck and goose populations remain strong. The information in the report is compiled during air and ground surveys conducted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and Canadian Wildlife Service in cooperation with state and provincial agencies, Ducks Unlimited, and other partners. Read More…
For the wildlife conservationist, providing food for wildlife is one of the keys for hunting success. But many outdoorsman don’t do much more than putting out corn or other wildlife attractants and with the rise of CWD in our deer herd, it may be time to reconsider the use of automatic corn feeders. Wildlife food […]