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Snow Day with Lizzy

Last year I obtained roughly 1000 acres of timber co. land that’s been controlled by my family for two decades. I have been wanting a place where Lizzy could grow up hunting deer and  small game safely.
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Archery Week!

Yamaha’s Whitetail Diaries is joined by Dan Gurr from the Cabela’s archery team for a exciting week of archery hunting.  While on the hunt, Dan will share insight on Cabela’s archery products, how to choose gear for your needs, and encounter a buck that will….well, you’ll have to watch and see! 113 more words

2017 Episodes

What Does Opening Day Mean To You?

Opening Weekend of any deer hunting season generally has special meaning to those in the field. In this episode of Yamaha’s Whitetail Diaries, we head to Texas and spend some time discussing what Opening Day means to the team at Yamaha’s Whitetail Diaries. 8 more words

2017 Episodes

The Sheep Bluff Produces Yet Again

Yamaha’s Whitetail Diaries’ Host Wade Middleton is going to tempt fate in this episode and go back to the now famous ‘Sheep Bluff’ in hopes of being as luck as others. 30 more words

2017 Episodes

The Garmin Xero A1 and A1i Bow Sight: What You Need to Know

Last week Garmin International debuted two groundbreaking auto-ranging digital laser bow sights, the Xero A1 and A1i. What are the differences in the models? Simply put, the A1 and A1i contain the same groundbreaking technology with added features to the A1i.  604 more words

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Deer harvest surpasses 200,000 for sixth straight year

      LITTLE ROCK – There’s still a month and a half left in deer season for archery hunters, but Arkansas’s deer harvest already topped the 200,000-mark at the conclusion of the second modern gun youth hunt held Jan. 294 more words

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Deer Hunting in Alabama

Mountain Brook, Alabama, resident James Dixon serves as managing director of Stifel Nicolaus & Company in nearby Birmingham. When he wants to get away from his Mountain Brook home, James Dixon likes to go hunting sometimes. 147 more words

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