Monster Buck Classic Deer Hunting Show

Well it is almost time for the second annual Monster Buck Classic We Are Kansas deer hunting show, it will be held January 25-27 at the ExpoCentre in Topeka Kansas. It should be a great weekend for the whole family, last years show was awesome and this years show should be even better. There will be a lot of great activities and great vendors and plenty of fun activities for the children. It will be a great show for all of us who love deer hunting. Monster Buck Classic Here are some of the great things you can enjoy at this years show. Monster Buck Contest: The announcement of each category winner for the 2013 deer hunting season will be Sunday and they could crown a new King of Kansas Typical or Non-typical should someone enter, qualify and win. Last year the first ever King of Kansas Typical and Non-Typical … Continue reading

Motion Camera Arms GoPro HD Hero2

Motion Camera Arms GoPro HD Hero2

I wanted to thank Motion Camera Arms for adding us to their Pro-Staff. Motion Camera Arms We are fired up about teaming up with them and we will be using Motion Camera Arms in all of our hunting adventures this year. Check out their great camera arms. Just last week I got my new GoPro  HD Hero2 to use for my second angle camera. I can’t wait to use it this year and capture some really good deer hunting footage. GoPro  HD Hero2 The GoPro is great little video camera. I highly recommend you check out these awesome little cameras and get you one for filming your hunts. I have put out some mineral lick sites in the last few weeks and deer are really hitting them pretty good. Now is a great time to put out those minerals, the does will be having their fawns before too long and … Continue reading

Disease Spotted Shed Hunting

A  disease spotted shed hunting turned out to be fibroma. I have been getting pictures of a doe that has spots all over her body, she doesn’t look good at all. A Disease Spotted Shed Hunting I was asking wildlife biologist Grant Woods of GrowingDeerTV what he thought it was and he said it looked like Fibroma, a wart like growth that is a disease in deer. He sent me this link on Fibroma and I found it really interesting. Fibroma disease in deer isn’t that common for does to get it occurs more often in bucks. Someone on Facebook asked if this doe should be taken out of the herd if given the chance, and even though in most cases the warts dry up and fall off I would take her out if I could. This particular doe  has a nasty looking sore on her back that she has … Continue reading

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