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Great American Outdoor Show | Meat-Up

Posted by Toren Shirk

GAOS Meat-Up We will be meeting at the Great American Outdoor Show at noon on opening day February 5th. We can all meet at the North Hall entrance and break […]

Fly Fishing | Meat-Up

Posted by Toren Shirk

Cervicide HQ is on the road and will be stopping at the Jacob’s Creek Recreation Area to fish the South Holston on February 19th and 20th. If you’re in the area or just want to come on out and spend a couple days fishing, come join us!

Waterfowl Videography with Tactacam

Posted by Toren Shirk

Rob Nally will be hosting a webinar on how to collect the best waterfowl hunting footage using the Tactacam System.   Feel free to drop any topics you would like […]

Good Habits for Consistent Shooting

Posted by Ryan Roberts

Setting the Stage So you’re walking out of the pro shop with your brand new V3 or Solution SD, or maybe it was just a new string and tune up […]

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 […]

My First Buck…A Moment 13 Years in the Making

Posted by Josh

The Start of a Passion When people ask a deer hunter about their first time harvesting a buck, typically the story goes something like “I was 12 years old sitting […]

Breaking Down the Pre-Rut, Rut and Post Rut

Posted by Toren Shirk

Now onto everyone’s favorite topic Reproduction. The pre-rut, rut and post rut can be a magical time to be in the woods and can be the most frustrating. This time […]

Cover & Water

Posted by Toren Shirk

Cover This topic is somewhat of an oxymoron. We are talking about deer movement but one of the topics is cover, where deer will bed down for most of the […]

Deer Movement

Posted by Toren Shirk

Deer are diurnal, meaning that most of their movement occurs around sunset and sunup.  Deer Movement is based around 4 things that all deer need. Food Cover Water Reproduction Let’s […]

Learning How to Scout Effectively

Posted by Toren Shirk

Learning How to Scout Effectively E-SCOUTING Let’s say we want to scout this piece of land. First things we want to do is mark the special terrain features. -Saddles -Benches […]

Getting Access to Private Land:Quick Tips

Posted by Tyler Arnold

Getting Access to Private Land:Quick Tips January 13, 2020 By: Stephen Arnold Credit Where It’s Due I want to start by giving credit where credit is due. Shout out goes […]