The Management Minute by Andrew Walters

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  • 4 EASY WAYS TO AVOID TICKS

    4 EASY WAYS TO AVOID TICKS

    Ticks seem to be everywhere when I go hunting. I encounter them in the woods, bushes, high grasses and leaf debris. They need heat and moisture to survive and can sense heat and carbon dioxide from a nearby host animal. There are 80 species of

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  • COMMON WAYS PROPERTY OWNERS CAN GENERATE INCOME FROM THEIR LAND

    COMMON WAYS PROPERTY OWNERS CAN GENERATE INCOME FROM THEIR LAND

    The same gamekeepers who enjoy farming for wildlife might also need help in defraying some of the costs associated with stewardship. Planting trees in order to rake pinestraw is but one of the ways recreational property can yield modest dividends. With hunting leases, it’s a numbers game

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  • TURKEY CALLING COMPOSITION

    TURKEY CALLING COMPOSITION

    CONVERSATION, EVEN BETWEEN MAN AND BEAST, IS FAR MORE THAN JUST SPEAKING WORDS. When it comes to hearing turkey calls in the woods, it can sometimes be tough to tell humans from the real thing. There are some pretty good calls and callers out there

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  • ANALYTICAL GOBBLEROMETRY: STRATEGIZE FOR TURKEY HUNTING SUCCESS

    ANALYTICAL GOBBLEROMETRY: STRATEGIZE FOR TURKEY HUNTING SUCCESS

    During the heat of battle, a successful turkey hunter must analyze a multitude of situations with swiftness and then formulate a strategy to successfully harvest their feathered quarry. The foundation of this article is to unlock your own turkey-hunting analytical software, with all your previous

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  • TEAMING UP FOR TURKEYS

    TEAMING UP FOR TURKEYS

    IN ADDITION TO MAKING FOR A MORE ENJOYABLE TURKEY HUNT, HAVING A PARTNER ALONG CAN SOMETIMES MEAN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SUCCESS AND FAILURE. Part of being a consistently successful turkey hunter involves knowing how to react to just about anything. Some days it seems like nothing works,

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