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Hunting Tips VLOG: Making a bow light

October 12, 2011

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You Located a Big One. Now What?

September 27, 2011

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The season is beginning soon and you have just located a bruiser buck. Whether you see this buck while you are watching a food source in the preseason or viewed him in the timber during the season, there are a few things you have to do immediately if you want a chance at this buck. […]

The Perfect Storm: Spotting during low pressure systems

September 20, 2011

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It was September 13, 2011 and I decided today I was going to wait until about 1 p.m. and start my day of hanging and moving cameras, film a pasture with some loaded apple trees, and go for a ride spotlighting deer in the fields when it became dark.  I did not decide to look […]

Profile Adam Fox: TSO Whitetail Contributor

September 13, 2011

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Team Surra Outdoors is proud to introduce you to our newest Whitetail Contributor, Adam Fox.  Adam was born and raised in St. Marys, PA. A product of hunting high pressured public hunting lands, Fox strives to put down big deer using the tactics and skills he has learned over years of hunting and observing the high pressured public hunting lands of […]

Say “YES” to Trail Cams

September 7, 2011

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If you aren’t already using a trail camera to enhance your hunting experience in the field, then shame on you. Trail cameras have changed scouting and monitoring of deer hunting dramatically during the last decade.  Now hunters that have always wondered what was happening at their favorite treestands, bedding areas, food sources, and high traffic areas can […]

Scouting for Deer

May 13, 2011

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Scouting may play the most critical role in your deer hunt. Spending an adequate amount of time in the field scouting prior to the start of the season without over exposing your presence can be the difference between an unsuccessful hunt and bagging the buck of your dreams. Some things to consider while scouting the […]