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The Manchester Enterprise: Outdoors

With Arctic weather all around, sauger still bite

This winter seems like the longest, most dreadful slog since the winter of 1977-1978. The Arctic weather began right after Thanksgiving and hasn’t let up yet.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 January 2011 15:03

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Slow Down To Catch Winter Fish

If you fish for bass this time of year, remember they are cold-blooded. They slow down so you should slow down to match them. Fish the smallest bait you can and fish it slower than you can stand to fish. Something that will stay in the same place right in front of a bass for a long time is best.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 January 2011 14:38

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Backtracking A Buck

Want to try a different way to spy on the elusive whitetail? Here is a slick way to learn the art of backtracking, and there are a few tricks to it: You have to locate the right set of tracks made at the right time of day and follow them immediately. It’s quite a contrast to today’s on-the-go hunter who only relies on deer tracks to find where a deer is going, not where it’s been.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 January 2011 14:38

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Scout Now For Next Year’s Deer

At the end of the season, you might stow your bow and/or gun, but you should be getting ready for the most productive and important scouting of the year. Winter and early spring offer incredible insight into deer, particularly into buck habitat and behavior that will help you come next season.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 January 2011 14:37

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Buckwheat's Tip of the Week: Managed Deer Hunts

With the whitetail deer population exploding nationwide and with the whitetail’s particular ability to live close to human habitation, the public perception of “Bambi” is changing. Ask any non-hunting suburbanite who has had a few thousand dollars of landscaping chewed up by hungry deer. Increasingly, deer are being seen as pests.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 January 2011 14:37

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