Small Land Deer Management and Hunting Strategies – The Management Advantage #65


The majority of hunters and land managers deal with small parcels of land. Successfully managing and hunting these tracts of land can be challenging, but it is far from impossible. The key is providing everything a whitetail needs so it doesn’t have a reason to leave. This can be done through a variety of different measures, but a vital key is not only managing the land, but also the amount of hunting pressure you put on the deer on your property.

This week, we answer viewer submitted questions regarding small land management and hunting strategies. We had some great questions regarding food sources, bedding areas, and the best locations to hunt. The main points to keep in mind in all of these is surveying your piece of property and deciding what it is missing. Once you’ve identified it, take measures to improve it. On a piece of property less than 100 acres, pressure plays a huge role. Providing sanctuaries for deer that you rarely if ever enter, is just as important as bedding cover and food plots. Careful planning goes into every aspect of small land management and every property is different. Strategically making management decisions for your piece of property to make it better than the surroundings land and you can bet you’ll have a large number of whitetails calling your land home.

The Management Advantage has always been driven by the viewers and this episode is a prime example of why we do what we do. Thank you to everyone who submitted their questions and we look forward to answering more of them in coming episodes.

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Alaskan Caribou Hunt – Stuck N the Rut 29


DIY caribou hunt in the Arctic Circle. After Tom shot his caribou on Episode 28, Trevor’s turn to get himself a caribou. It is law to hunt past five miles from the main road with a rifle. Crossing the river and multiple creeks in the tundra, we finally made it to the five mile mark, but now we needed to find a caribou. Around the six mile, we started to see multiple groups of caribou. Trevor chose the biggest caribou to put a spot and stalk on and made an excellent shot. Enjoy this video!!! go to http://www.stuckntherut.com for more videos

Coyote Hunting in the Woods


On episode 15 of MFK WEB-tv, Torry and Kerry have to move several times to get set-up just right on these vocal coyotes. It takes patience, playing the wind, and a lot of walking to get set-up just right, but in the end it only takes a minute before a coyote is within shotgun range. This is one of our most instructional videos on how to hunt coyotes in the thick timber and woodlands. Predator hunting with MFK Game Calls is almost not fair, and if you like killing, get some MFK calls and start piling them up! Also, if you’d like to go on a guided MFK hunt, contact us at 870-820-0382. To purchase calls go to www.MFKGAMECALLS.com

Deer hunting with an original civil war gun. P53 Enfield Rifled Musket.


Primitive bowhunter Shawn Woods hunts the rare Columbian Whitetail Deer with an original P53 Civil War Enfield Rifled Musket, Real Blackpowder, and a 58 cal lead ball on the North Bank Habitat site in Western Oregon. Normally Shawn Woods hunts deer with homemade primitive archery equipment but took a break this season to learn about muzzleloading hunting with a historic civil war cap lock musket. After hunting with primitive archery equipment hunting with a 150 year old gun felt liked using advanced modern equipment.