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Disaster At The Lean-To @ The Rustic Log Cabin Deer Hunting Camp

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Come see what we are up to at the rustic log cabin in Maine. While we wait on deer hunting season at deer camp.

Welcome to The North Maine Woods. Join me for a common sense approach to woodsmen skills & long forgotten tricks and tips of the old woodsmen. Many things that will help you to survive in the great outdoors. Bushcraft skills for beginners and seasoned sportsmen. Deer hunting tips, fishing, scouting, and hiking tips of the trade. Real prepping skills. Off the grid common sense living skills. Easy old school woodsmen tricks and tips for winter survival situations.

Tag along and sit with me by the fire. I will show you common sense ways to make shelters, gather wood, & where to find and how to use wild tinders for easy survival winter fires. With and without flint & steel, matches, lighters, ferro rods, charred punk wood, fire roll, etc. Too many winter survival tips to list here. I will see you in the videos. Leave a comment, I will get back to you.

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Roe deer and how to manage them

Deer expert Niall Rowantree discusses the roe deer. What makes the animal so loved by deerstalkers and even wildlife-watchers? He looks at roe deer management and hunting, natural history and even some of the stories and legends that surround this special little deer.

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Why shoot deer?
There are more than two million red, roe, fallow, sika, muntjac and Chinese water deer in Britain’s countryside and semi-urban areas, the highest level for 1,000 years. Numbers have doubled since 1999, according to the Deer Initiative, the UK government’s deer agency.
Deer are an attractive and an important part of our wildlife. However, they have no natural predator in the UK so numbers must be sensibly and strategically managed to keep them in balance with their habitat and to prevent damage to crops, trees, woodland flora, gardens and other wildlife.
Deer cause £4.5 million-worth (Forestry Commission Scotland) of damage to plantations and other commercial woodlands in Scotland. Crop damage is estimated at £4.3m a year according to DEFRA, with the greatest damage on cereal crops in east and south-west England.
More than 8,000 hectares (Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology) of woodland with SSI status is currently in ‘unfavourable’ or ‘recovering’ condition due to deer impacts such as browsing and fraying. Deer can also influence the variety of wildlife in woodlands and other habitats by altering structural and plant species diversity. According to the University of East Anglia’s Dr Paul Dolman, that has resulted in a 50% decline in woodland bird numbers where deer are present, impacting particularly on nightingales, blackcaps, chiffchaffs and warblers.
Deer are susceptible to Bovine TB and may be responsible for the transmission of TB to cattle. They are also the likely driver behind the UK’s increasing tick population (Scharlemann et al 2008).
Happily, venison is a delicious meat. It is wild, natural and free range, and – almost fat-free – it is one of the healthiest meats available today. Results from research commissioned by the Game-to-Eat campaign (Leatherhead Food International Research 2006) suggest that there are real health benefits to eating game. Venison is high in protein, low in saturated fatty acids and contains higher levels of iron than any other red meat.

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Hunting Whitetail Bucks with a .50 BMG at Legends Ranch

Hunting Whitetail Bucks with a .50 BMG at Legends Ranch

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Filling deep woods watering hole during a drought! Budget! Deer land management at the farmstead!

Lost video, but lets get out to some HOT and DRY weather since we are now stuck in a nasty, and rainy weather pattern here for early 2020! Join me for a fun, and HOT video of the drought we endured here during late summer of 2019, as I improvised a way to fill up my deep woods watering hole, aka the ‘skyline watering hole,’ which is the ONLY watering hole that I have that I have to manually fill up once a year. This was a deer watering hole that I dug a couple of years ago with the Bobcat e42 mini excavator, but since there were just so many rocks in this area I had to add a pond liner to get it to hold water. After going through some old videos I realized that I had never created a project video of this land management and habitat improvemet activity. So, better late than never, but please join me for some sunshine, some frustrations, and keeping it real as I work to fill up this deer watering hole during the drought of 2019, that we experienced here at our Southern Illinois homestead farm. While we might be considered ‘Modern Homesteaders,’ at this point we are still working on creating and improving wildlife conservation projects, and wildlife improvement projects on our 150 acre Illinois farm. During this small pond filling project I used my Ford F150 truck and my Polaris Ranger XP 1000 Northstar to haul out fresh water to fill the deer watering hole prior to the 2019 deer hunting season. Of course, as most projects go there were many failures along the way and letdowns. But in the end, I was able to get this deep woods man made watering hole full for the deer and wildlife to use during the last fall and the 2019 deer hunting season. Thanks for joining us, please hit the Like button if you enjoyed our content and video and consider subscribing to follow all of our Illinois and Kentucky land management projects, all of our Branson tractor projects, advanced food plots, watering holes, wildlife conservation projects, wildlife habitat improvement projects, Bobcat T650 CTL/Skid steer projects, duck ponds, Bobcat e42 Mini Excavator projects, our Kentucky farmhouse rehab project, Polaris XP1000 Northstar riding and work projects, DIY rustic home decor projects, DIY barn wood projects, DIY landscaping, and much more country living adventure. Thank you! Kapper Outdoors, living the dream, one acre at a time.

Spring Deer Scouting | Scouting public land marsh | Hunting pressure

When we’re spring deer scouting, one of our priorities is to try to figure out why individual sets did not pan out.
The previous spring while scouting this public land marsh, we found a buck bed about 25 yards from a small stand of trees in the marsh. We prepped a tree on the transition about 100 yards from the bed. Most of the trees where the buck was staging had been banged up going back several years.
We hunted that set a couple times and never saw the buck. Right wind, thermals good…. nada.
So, during this spring deer scouting mission, we dove back in to try figure out why he didn’t show up.
We found that another hunter had hunted that small stand of trees at least 2 times, where the buck was staging after he left his bed. He setup in a tree that was about 25 yards from the buck bed.
Setting up that close to the buck bed probably blew that buck out of there and he changed his pattern.
The hunter was using a mobile setup. The only evidence he’d been there were bite marks on the tree from his sticks and a couple small branches high up the tree he had cut off.
So, we’re run a camera further up the transition again, and if that deer, or another deer, startsUsing that bed again, we’ll take another look at it.
So goes hunting on public land.