The Management Minute by Andrew Walters

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  • GAMEKEEPER QUICK TIP: MANAGING YOUR BASS POND

    GAMEKEEPER QUICK TIP: MANAGING YOUR BASS POND

    For a recreational bass fishing pond to reach its full potential and maintain that peak, it must be managed throughout the year. One major component of managing a fish pond is controlling the fish population. If a pond gets overpopulated, there becomes a lack of

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  • TAKING OTHERS HUNTING IS PART OF CONSERVATION

    TAKING OTHERS HUNTING IS PART OF CONSERVATION

      I don’t just introduce youth to the outdoors. I took a 45-year-old fellow on his first duck hunt in December, 2017. He was a computer enthusiast and had never duck hunted a day in his life. He had just started bowhunting two years earlier

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  • Mossy Oak Properties 2018 Land Summit

    Mossy Oak Properties 2018 Land Summit

    Last week the annual Mossy Oak Properties Land Summit was held in West Point, Mississippi. This was my fifth consecutive trip to the Land Summit and I always look forward to the trip. A group of land specialists from Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina

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  • CREATING WILD TURKEY HANGOUTS

    CREATING WILD TURKEY HANGOUTS

      Gamekeepers need to study the birds and understand the value of effective scouting. Ideally, anticipating the wild turkeys every move means success in the field. Understanding what turkeys want and then what your farm offers (or lacks) will help you discover ways to enhance

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  • Are Food Plots Necessary?

    Are Food Plots Necessary?

    There are dozens of questions in the deer-hunting world that revolve around food plots. What to plant? Where to plant it? When to plant? Annuals or perennials? And the list goes on and one with no end in sight. One question we need to ask

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