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The Cervicide Blog

How to Track and Trail Game Like a Pro

Posted by Dalton Will

Congratulations! All your diligence, hard work, and persistence have finally paid off, and you’ve shot the animal you’ve been after. However, what happens next could determine whether your hunt ends […]

Pre Rut Stand Selection

Posted by Dalton Will

Whitetail bucks, especially big whitetail bucks, can be notoriously difficult to kill. They are smart, wary, and have particularly keen senses of smell, hearing, and eyesight. However, every autumn, like […]

Sweat Equity

Posted by Justin Edwards

The sawdust sprayed as the Stihl cut through the rough terrain. I thought to myself how were the bugs still able to light me up with so much debris flying […]

Why wouldn’t you take advantage…

Posted by Cayden Allen

Hunting and being outdoors with brothers, friends, children showing them the joy and satisfaction can can only be given by the good lord himself. The hard work put into something […]

The beginner’s guide to scouting…

Posted by Dalton Will

Life is cyclical. The globe spins, hurtling us through time and space at a thousand miles per hour (literally) causing the seasons to move. Winter loses it’s icy grip on […]

mental games

Posted by GRANT MEYER

the story As soon as the bolt left my crossbow I had a pit in my stomach, the wind had started to shift and it was now or never; I […]

COLUMBIA BLACKTAIL DEER HUNTING | FIRST TIMER

Posted by Brady Bouchet

I was born in a coastal town on the central Oregon coast called Florence. Florence is an old logging town that turned into a retirement and tourist town. I was […]

patience gone in the wind

Posted by Logan Dewald

GUILTY Most of us are guilty of it. Knowing the buck you’re after is consistently coming to one spot like clockwork, but not having a lot of time to get […]

What Trees and Shrubs to Plant for Wildlife

Posted by Tyler Heeter

Is your property lacking food or cover? Does your property need cover, food, or a mix of both? A mix of both is highly preferred for many wildlife species to […]

Preparing for Spring Turkey Season

Posted by Grant

There’s not a feeling that compares to listening to the Spring woods wake up by a turkeys gobble echoing across the hardwood ridges. I enjoy all types of hunting, but […]

Chasing the grey ghost

Posted by Dell Oliver

When you get outside of Tucson on I-19 you enter an area that is right out of a western movie.  The Sonoran Desert and all it has to offer starts […]

Timber Stand Improvement

Posted by Tyler Heeter

What is Timber Stand Improvement? Timber Stand Improvement or “TSI” consists of practices designed to produce more and better quality wood products by improving the quality and species of the […]