The Science of Fear: Fluid Motion

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“Establishing and controlling alert distances is one of the most effective skills of the ‘Modern Still Hunter.” — The Urban Deer Complex The theory of fluid motion is an...

Big Data Hunting – Finding Usable Trends Within Your Social Feeds

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Platforms like Facebook, Google, and Twitter have proven the power of big data. Here is what it means for hunting. What is big data? It is the ability to process large amounts of...

Is Meat vs. Trophy Hunter a Real Distinction?

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The debate between trophy hunters and meat hunters rages all around us. But is there really any debate? Well, yes. There is a real separation between meat hunters and trophy...

4 Suburban Bowhunting Skills Pro Shops Won’t Teach You

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Becoming a successful suburban bowhunter does not always start in the pro shop—or even in the woods. Without a doubt, archery pro shops play a big part in becoming a successful...

The Science of Fear: Flight Distances

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Understanding flight distances can be a tough. “For several years after moving to Southern New England I can remember calling my father up in Maine and laughing on the phone...

The Science of Fear: Urban Deer Behavior

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The science of fear – one of the most basic and important concepts of suburban deer behavior. As many of you may recall from The Urban Deer Complex, conditioning behavior is...

Why I Am an Urban Hunter—Finding the Outdoors

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I don’t normally write articles fueled by negative emotions. However, as a representative of both suburban hunting culture and as an urban hunter myself, I think it’s...

The Truth About Suburban Buck Core Areas

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The Rut Mainstream hunting media is full of factually sound and well-researched knowledge on whitetail behavior, like a set standard of a buck’s core area. For instance, the...

If You’re Against Hunting, You’re Against Conservation

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So, you’re against hunting. Would you still be if you knew how hunting benefits conservation? A lot of people would love to debate this, but the fact of the matter is that...

There is no Such Thing as a Trophy Hunter

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The debate about the trophy hunter is based on a public myth and a categorical misunderstanding. The term “trophy hunter,” as high-jacked by mainstream media, is...