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Do you know where they bed?

Do you know where they feed? Do you plan your access and stand sites according to wind direction? If you know the top 2 and do the third, you are leaps and bounds ahead of the pack.  If you know where the deer bed and feed, you can plan to hunt them undetected.  That keeps […]

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Stand Access Strategies

You’ve got a problem. The deer know you’re hunting them.  So why is it a problem, and what do you do to change that?   The problem lies in the fact that when the deer know you’re hunting them they don’t move during daylight and they quickly learn where your stand locations are in avoid […]

Read More » | July 27, 2016 | Category: Uncategorized | Comments: none

The best blind in the world won't work for long with a sloppy access plan.

Steve’s Stand Access Quiz

Chapter 7 of Bartylla’s latest book is titled Access, access, access. 3 strikes and you may be out.  Lets see how you score on the quiz. Does your stand access or exit strategy have you walking through any food plots or natural food sources in the dark? Does your stand access or exit strategy have […]

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What Will My Plan Look Like?

Some are wondering what their finished plan would look like.  How much detail goes into what?  Attached is an actual plan for a 68 acre piece in central Minnesota.  It should give you decent idea of what Steve puts into a finished plan. B Johnson, Central MN Property Plan  

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Steve's new book devotes a chapter to access strategies.

Steve’s New Book is Now in Stock

Steve Bartylla’s latest release is finally shipping.  Those of you who purchased plans likely received an e version earlier this year, but the hard copy is now available. The book is packed with pictures and information related to manipulating your landscape for attraction and hunting access.  Get your copy today and implement a plan on […]

Read More » | May 11, 2016 | Category: Uncategorized | Comments: none

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Had my talk with Steve yesterday morning. In short, it was a fantastic and informative experience. I told Steve I’d be happy to write a review if you guys wanted to use it. So here goes… I was able to find out what we were doing right, what we were doing wrong, and most importantly, […]

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3rd day of season, I killed the biggest buck on the place with my new plan.

Membership Renewal Options

Your personal web page will remain active for one year.  Feel free to save a digital file of your plan or print a few copies as reference tools.   As with any plan, changes and tweaks may be needed along the way.  If you feel comfortable rolling forward without Steve’s help we most certainly respect that […]

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Food, Cover, Water = NO Deer?

If you have food cover and water, your property has everything needed to hold deer year round. …until you step onto the piece and the deer know you are hunting.  Mature deer won’t tolerate human intrusion.  When you hear them blow or see them flag, you have tipped your hand.  Stop tipping your hand.   […]

Read More » | February 21, 2016 | Category: Uncategorized | Comments: none

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Steve Bartylla on Buying Ground

3 Things to Know When Buying or Leasing Hunting Ground by Steve Bartylla   |  September 2nd, 2015 0 Comments I had an opportunity, and I took it. A friend was going to lease some ground near my home. Without a private piece to hunt myself, I offered to go in with him. Before I knew it, a turn of events resulted […]

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Steve Bartylla Hinge Cuts Maintenance

Steve Bartylla Hinge Cuts Hinge cut maintenance In one way or another, annually is generally the case. Assuming one makes all the “sidewalks” and doe bedding areas in late winter, the easy walking portion of the “sidewalk” often starts growing in with weeds, briars and saplings during the summer. Late summer is a good time […]

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