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Quality over Quantity: Can you Deer Hunt too Much?

Quality over Quantity: Can you Deer Hunt too Much?

October 30, 2018 | by Nick Pinizzotto

It wasn’t all that long ago that I would be in the woods every opportunity that my schedule allowed. It didn’t matter if it was 80 degrees with clear skies and sun, or 40 degrees with rain and 30 mile-per-hour winds.

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While some still want to pretend CWD doesn’t exist, or that the seriousness of the issue is overblown, Bluffland Whitetails Association is playing the hand it has been dealt, and doing its part to ensure a bright future for deer and hunting.

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Access, Access, Access: A Deer Hunter’s Mantra

Access, Access, Access: A Deer Hunter’s Mantra

September 3, 2018 | by Torin Miller

While easy access, such as state-owned property may be overcrowded or unproductive, multiple forms of other access exist for those willing to put in a little extra effort. Local knowledge and some time spent in front of a computer screen can go a long way.

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NDA Announces Text to Join

NDA Announces Text to Join

November 6, 2018 | by National Deer Alliance

Joining the National Deer Alliance (NDA) has never been easier, and you can do it in a matter of seconds right from your phone.

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NDA CEO to Moderate CWD Forum in Minnesota this Weekend

NDA CEO to Moderate CWD Forum in Minnesota this Weekend

October 16, 2018 | by National Deer Alliance

National Deer Alliance President and CEO, Nick Pinizzotto, will be moderating a chronic wasting disease forum this weekend titled: Factual and Unbiased Information from Regional Leaders in the Studies of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD).

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While there was some variation in the responses based on experience, each group leaned toward hunting being either better, or at least as good as what they were used to earlier in their careers.

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