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Big Horn Outdoors Youth Adventure Camp
Big Horn Outdoors Youth Adventure CampType: Blog Post
Advanced Goose Calling
The two most important aspects of goose calling are tempo (frequency) and volume (intensity). Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Extend your hunting Season – Late Season Archery Opportunities
Extend your Hunting Season -Late season Hunts in the US Late Season Archery Hunting Opportunities If you are like me you are always looking for ways to extend your hunting season. Many people start hunting in late August early September and are done by end of November, but there is a lot of good late […]Type: Blog Post
Hunter Recruitment…Do you want to see hunting go away?
Public view on hunting and the need for hunter recruitment: I am very concerned about the direction the “Hunting Industry” is heading. Aside from the Hunter on Hunter hate that runs rampid in social media, there is heavy competition and a general lack of comradery in today’s hunting culture. As a result, the non-hunting community […]Type: Blog Post
CWD – Chronic Wasting Disease How we should all be scared
This Map Spells Trouble for the Future of Deer Hunting Im Not one for posting other people’s content but when the message is important and I am not qualified to write on the subject I am more than happy to share. This article posted yesterday on the QDMA website of which I am a member […]Type: Blog Post
New World Record Non-Typical Coues’ Deer in Arizona
New World Record Non-Typical Coues’ Deer The cat is out of the bag that Arizona keeps producing more and more World Record Coues’ Deerthan any other place you can hunt them. Yes Mexico has a lot of big bucks and more “untouched” country to hunt them but if you want to shoot a world record […]Type: Blog Post
Why we are losing the battle
You have heard me rant about how anti-hunters use our own content against us by taking a picture or video and directing the narrative of that content to push their agenda. Perfect example a hunter posts a picture of a fawn sleeping next his 3D target which was laying on the ground and tells us […]Type: Blog Post
Woods N' Water
Peter Fiduccia, aka the Deer Doctor, is recognized as one of the nation's leading whitetail deer experts by sportsmen and women throughout North America. Here he shares the most comprehensive hunting tactics and information, as well as products, outfitters, articles, and much more. Woods N' Water TV began in 1984 as a local origination television show on Group W Cable out of Warwick, New York. Peter Fiduccia had a dream to host an outdoor tv show--and he turned his dream into his profession. The first few shows were shot locally (within New York State). Every Tuesday night, Group W Cable aired one half-hour episode followed by a LIVE half-hour segment in the production studio. In the live segment, Peter hosted local experts in game calling, hunting and trapping, local DEC officials, and he even had a call-in segment. This new format for outdoor programming and Peter's natural presentation helped the show quickly gain a wide audience.After a few years, the writing was on the wall, and Peter took Woods N' Water out on his own. With a production crew and producer, the program began on TEMPO network (which then became CNBC) and since then has aired on numerous regional cable network all across the country as well as MSG, NESN, TNN, TOC, CTN of NJ, CCN and now both Sportsman Channel and WILD TV in Canada. Along the way, Peter has garnered numerous awards for his production of Woods N' Water from OWAA, NYSOWA, CTN of NJ, SIVA and the Telly Award group.In addition to hosting and producing the television show, Peter has also been the producer for Fiduccia Video and Film. Under this role, Peter produced videos for the US Fish & Wildlife Service, Winchester firearms, Sports Afield, Nikon, Krause Publications, Horton Crossbows, Golden Eagle Archery, Outdoorsman's Edge Book Club, and Pete Rickard Co. He has produced pilot television programs for The Discovery Channel and Home & Garden TV. Outside of the outdoor industry, other clients have included Hackensack University Medical Center, Surehands, Direct Marketing Association, Stone World, QuestRoyal, Activision and ABC News.http://www.woodsnwater.tv/index.cfm?video=193Type: Channel
2015 Ohio NASP State Archery Tournament
An exclusive look into the 2015 Ohio State Archery Tournament hosted by ODNR & The Arnold Classic in Columbus, OH. See how the National Archery in the Schools Program helps students not only become better archers, but also focus more in school and better their future. Sponsored in part by: Mathews Bows, Easton Arrows, Morrell Targets, Cabela's, and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources - Division of Wildlife.Type: Channel TV Show
Select Cutting for Wildlife Habitat in PA
The Master Harvesters team is on a roll improving habitat this year. With wildlife sightings on the rise they look forward to a promising future. http://launchtoi.com/EvanGrimmType: Channel TV Show
Quality Deer Management/QDM
Quality Deer Management/QDM*-starts with good genetics. A healthy deer herd, availability of ...Type: Article
Whitetail Hunting Tips
T.R.'s Tips: Deer Calling Determining what deer call to use is not a matter of which rut phaseType: Article
Nocturnal Bucks
THE “SO-CALLED” NOCTURNAL BUCK By Peter Feduccia How many times have you heard the phrase,Type: Article
The Elk Rut & Peak Bugling Activity
The Elk Rut & Peak Bugling ActivityType: Article
Knife Buying Guide
Knife Buying Guide Read Before you buy your next knifeType: Article
Preserve that Trophy
If you want to have your trophy deer head mounted, take care when you skin your deerType: Article
Deer Dotor Talks Moon
How the Moon effects deer behaviorType: Article
April Deer Management
April Deer ManagementType: Article
Deer Lessons
Deer LessonsType: Article
July Deer Management
July Deer ManagementType: Article
october deer hunting
october deer huntingType: Article
Understanding Elk
Understanding ElkType: Article
Tracking Deer
Tracking DeerType: Article
Find The Does
Find The DoesType: Article
Hunting on a Budget: Combining Durablity and Price
I started hunting later in life than many. I grew up around a hunting family and have fond memoriesType: Article