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HUNTING

Essentials for a Tree Stand Hunt

Fripp Outdoors
For many of hunters, a tree stand is home for the fall and winter.  While sitting in the still of the woods waiting for the right opportunity, make sure you’ve got a pack to keep you safe and provide a little comfort. Hunting Pack You can buy a heavy and expensive pack to take into your stand, but this isn’t an overnight or big overland trek.  A...
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Spring Bear Hunts

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For most hunting enthusiasts springtime means two things, and that is turkey or focusing on fishing until deer season.  However, for some, the spring also bring another kind of hunting that you can participate in and that is bear hunting. If you have never had the opportunity to go on a spring bear hunt, then you are truly missing out on a great...
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In a Pinch Rifle Sighting tips

Fripp Outdoors
Sometimes we don’t have as much time as we would like to sight in a rifle. Whether it is because of family or work obligations, it's still important that you sight your rifle in before hunting season starts.  For those who are short on time, but still want to make accurate shots, there a few ways that you can quickly sight in your rifle and ensu...
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Summer Scouting for Whitetail

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Hunting the whitetail deer isn’t solely a hunting season even, deer are animals of habit and react to different stressors which can make them nocturnal. Spending time in the woods is critical to land a big buck on your tailgate. There are several ways to accomplish summer scouting efforts that will not effect the deer. Utilizing a trail camer...
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Stand and Field Prep

Fripp & Folly Admin
Off Season Deer Hunting Tips: If legal in your region, use minerals and supplements that will not only enhance your herd’s growth, but will also give you an idea what your deer numbers are in that area. It also allows you to help condition the deer to certain stand sites and locations. It’s a great idea to run trail cameras in the off season and...
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South Georgia Fowl - Ben Cole

Fripp Outdoors
Georgia isn’t known for an abundant or diverse Waterfowl population, although the  statistics are against the Hunter, hunting wood ducks in the cypress swamps is exhilarating.  While in college I met a fella by the name of Chandler Rowe, who became my best friend and brother, at a Ducks Unlimited meeting.  We were looking for locations to place ...
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Hog Hunting Success Tips

Fripp & Folly Admin
Hog Hunting Success Tips Spring for most outdoorsmen means turkey hunting or fishing, but there are other opportunities as well.  Hog hunting is a fun and exciting, and it allows you to not only help curb the expanding population, but wild hogs also taste great too! The hog population is expanding at an alarming rate and needs to be controlled a...
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Freezer Storage techniques to keep your wild game fresh

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Freezer Storage techniques to keep your wild game fresh Nothing is better than taking a deer, elk or any kind of animal that fills your freezer.  While it is great to kill that animal, you will want to do something with all of that meat because it is unlikely that you will be able to eat the whole thing before it goes bad.  Below I have a number...
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Scouting for Whitetail Deer

Fripp & Folly Admin
Scouting for Whitetail For most hunters deer season never ends.  Whether you are shed hunting, planting green fields, scouting, or actually hunting, there is always something that you can be doing to help have better success when the season starts.  Most hunters love to stay active in their pursuit of whitetail, and putting in the necessary time...
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Turkey Hunting 101

Fripp & Folly Admin
While deer and duck season has concluded, you don’t have to put away your camo and shotgun just yet.  Turkey season provides hunters with a fun and exciting way to get back out into the outdoors and do what you love most, hunt.  If you have never tried turkey hunting before, you are in for a treat.  These birds are one of the toughest animals to...
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Top Eight Turkey Hunting Tips

Fripp & Folly Admin
Top Eight Turkey Hunting Tips Turkey hunting is right around the corner.  As February is wrapping up, soon the temperatures will start to rise, and the toms will begin to chase the hens.  The spring is the best time of year to hunt turkeys, and this article is going to focus on the top eight tips when it comes to bagging a big ol tom this year....
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Tips For Applying for Hunting Tags

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Tips For Applying for Hunting Tags There are a number of big game animals on every hunter's bucket list.  Some of these larger animals, like moose, elk, bighorn sheep and other require tags or permits to kill.  Some are pretty straightforward, and you can easily buy a tag. Others have lottery systems and other methods to get your name pulled for...
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Restoring Duck Decoys

Fripp & Folly Admin
The quality of your duck decoys can potentially make or break the success of your waterfowl hunt. When ducks drop toward your spread, it's because they think your decoys are real. Without proper maintenance, your decoys aren't believable. Issues like caked on mud and missing paint are easy and inexpensive to fix. We highly recommend repairing yo...
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Fun with Squirrel Hunting

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Fun with Squirrel Hunting We have all been there, sitting in our tree stand, waiting and intensely listening for that big eight pointer to make his way through the woods, when all of a sudden you hear something moving in the thickets.  You wait and strain your eyes to see any signs of movement and then out of nowhere a squirrel appears. At that ...
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