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Steve Bartylla on New Stands

Steve Bartylla on New Stands Steve Bartylla December 26 at 9:57am · TOD This is going to be a pretty generic TOD for a bunch of you, but hope it serves as a reminder. With ssns winding down, many of you have already filled your tags, while some of us are still out there swinging. […]

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Steve Bartylla talks Hinge Cutting

No Till Food Plots

DIY: How to Plant a No-Till Food Plot by Steve Bartylla   |  May 17th, 2016 0 The stand overlooked a plot split between Antler King’s Trophy Clover and Honey Hole products. It’s always been one of the hottest stands on this particular piece of ground, so I wasn’t shocked to see my Reconyx held photos of the buck I […]

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Blockades for deer

Blockades for Deer

Blockades for deer Blockades for deer Tip of the Week Brought to you by: Antler King Trophy Products Inc.,  Custom Robotic Wildlife, Inc.,  Easton Archery,  Heater Body Suit, Inc,  Hunter Safety System,  Mathews Archery, Inc.,  Redneck Hunting Blinds,  RECONYX,  Wildlife Research Center, inc. & Bartylla’s aerial photo evaluations Since a lot of people are out on their grounds with chainsaws this time of year, lets […]

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Steve Bartylla talks Hinge Cutting

Steve Bartylla talks Hinge Cutting   Bonus Tip of the Day Brought to you by: Antler King Trophy Products Inc., Custom Robotic Wildlife, Inc., Easton Archery, Heater Body Suit, Inc, Hunter Safety System, Mathews Archery, Inc., Redneck Hunting Blinds, RECONYX, Wildlife Research Center, inc. &Bartylla’s aerial photo evaluations I’m typically not going to be doing […]

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Free Phone Consultation

He lives there full time, and if you don’t respect his patterns, he gets harder to kill.  Take the 3 question quiz to see if your access plan may need some work. Steve’s crew is ready to discuss your personal aerial habitat plan. STAND ACCESS QUIZ (click this link)

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Steve Bartylla and Safe Winds

Steve Bartylla and Safe Winds

Steve Bartylla and Safe Winds Steve, I just read your habitat book. Can you please further explain creating “safe wind zones/stands” with edge feathering and blockades. I think I get eventually learn how to keep deer from crossing this structure, but I don’t understand how I could possibly block by scent. What am I missing? […]

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Northern Food Plots

Northern Food Plot Planting Strategies by Steve Bartylla   |  May 11th, 2011 0 Comments Food plot implementation, type and timing can vary greatly between the northern and southern climes, but effective management strategies can produce great results regardless of the location.   The stand had been hot all season long. I’d created the half-acre opening early that summer, approximately […]

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Should you shoot does

Those of us trying to manage our hunting grounds are faced with a constant dilemma. Do I need to shoot does or not. One of my pet peeves is that kill does, kill does, kill does has been crammed down our throats for many years now. Don’t get me wrong, it’s of vital importance to […]

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Steve Bartylla talks Expectations

Steve Bartylla talks Expectations Steve Bartylla December 27 at 10:53am · TOD We’re going to talk about reasonable expectations today. One of the problems with hunting in general, deer management and habitat improvement most definitely included, is that it’s become a business. Now, that’s great for me, as your support over the many years has […]

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Steve Bartylla on Selective Thinning

Brought to you by: Antler King Trophy Products Inc.,  Custom Robotic Wildlife, Inc.,  Easton Archery,  Heater Body Suit, Inc,  Hunter Safety System,  Mathews Archery, Inc.,  Redneck Hunting Blinds,  RECONYX,  Wildlife Research Center, inc., Bartylla’s aerial photo evaluations I’d LOVE to take credit for what I’m about to share. Truth be told, past photo eval client and now proud to call a friend, David Whalen and I […]

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