This past week has been a productive one here at Fierce Outdoors.  I have joined an indoor archery league to keep my shot in tune, and I also attended my NWTF chapter’s first meeting of 2016.  I am planning to learn a lot and connecting with some pretty impressive archery shooters from the west side of Michigan.  If you are looking to improve your shot as a bowhunter I strongly recommend joining a league in the winter and summer.  Many of the leagues have the best of the best when it comes to tournament archery and even bowhunting.  I joined simply to get in the same room as these guys and soak up as much information as I can.  On the NWTF front, we are currently planning for our annual banquet that will be held in March.  If you love turkey hunting and understand the value of conservation then check out www.nwtf.org to learn more about this great organization.  Many of you may already be planning for your turkey hunts this spring, or maybe you are going on a shed hunt soon. Whatever your plans are I wish you the best of luck on your adventures.  Enjoy the links and blogs in this week’s Blog Feeder!

 

How Fast Can a Stand “Recover” From Hunting Pressure? by Clint McCoy

 

Hunt Midwestern Gobblers on Public Ground by Kenneth Keiser

 

5 Things You Can Do Now to Improve Your Deer Hunting Chances for 2016 by Wired to Hunt contributor Andy May

 

Mature Buck Staging Area Tactics by Jeff Sturgis

 

Once again, good luck on your adventures and don’t forget to bring the camera!  Thank you for reading!

 

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