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S1-E09: How to Choose the Perfect Tree

S1-E09: How to Choose the Perfect Tree

In this How To video from Wired To Hunt, Mark Kenyon explains how to locate and assess stand trees that will keep you hidden from approaching deer. This skill is part art and part science, and while it’s a something all whitetail hunters should consider, it’s an absolute must for anyone who hunts...
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S1-E08: How To Identify a Buck Staging Area

S1-E08: How To Identify a Buck Staging Area

In this week’s episode of How To from Wired To Hunt, Tony Peterson explains what whitetail staging areas are and how they function in a buck’s day-to-day life. He also discusses exactly where to look for staging areas, and how to know when you’ve found them.
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S1-E07: Are Trail Cam Videos More Useful Than Images?

S1-E07: Are Trail Cam Videos More Useful Than Images?

In this week's edition of Unconventional Wisdom, Tony Peterson explores the advantages to shifting your trailcams away from the more popular photo mode and instead embrace videos.
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S1-E06: Do Bucks REALLY Bed All Day?

S1-E06: Do Bucks REALLY Bed All Day?

In this Whitetail Research video, Wired To Hunt’s Tony Peterson discusses a study conducted on public land in Pennsylvania that tracked in-season buck movement throughout the day. The study contradicts conventional thoughts about pressured bucks and daylight movement, and Peterson explains how that...
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S1-E05: How to Identify a BIG Buck Track

S1-E05: How to Identify a BIG Buck Track

In this week’s episode of How To from Wired To Hunt, Mark Kenyon lays out a case for why locating a big buck track is extremely valuable to deer hunters. He also discusses how to tell the difference between various deer tracks to determine which ones were absolutely created by mature bucks.
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S1-E04: Should You Hunt Where the Wind WILL Swirl?

S1-E04: Should You Hunt Where the Wind WILL Swirl?

In this week’s installment of Unconventional Wisdom, Wired To Hunt’s Tony Peterson discusses a dilemma that many whitetail hunters will face in terrain that features bluffs, ravines and almost any elevation changes - swirling wind. Peterson explains how you shouldn’t immediately write off ambush...
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