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Giants in the woods - Vol 17 "Things are heating up!"

Dear Hunters and Friends!

Things are really starting to heat up here at Wilderness Whitetails. We are going to do something a little bit different with this months issue of Giants in the Woods.

For the first time, this year we have been capturing some great high resolution trail cam videos as well as some scouting videos that you have to see to believe. You can get a better idea of the quality animals that live on our preserve. Many of these cameras are placed near (or at) our various hunting blinds and stands, so this will give you a good idea of what hunting at Wilderness Whitetails is all about. Check out some of these amazing whitetails.

If you are ready to get serious, and hunt the largest Whitetail in North America, call Greg or Shorty Flees at 715.572.5334 and book your hunt.

Prime hunting dates fill up quickly so call today and reserve your spot. You can also send us an email to gflees@charter.net or shorty@wi-net.com

We look forward to hunting with you this season!

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Look at this world class whitetail sneaking up on a doe. Take a shot at bagging this amazing deer and book your hunt today.

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If you are ready to get serious, and hunt the largest Whitetail in North America, call Greg or Shorty Flees at 715.572.5334 and book your hunt.

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Giants In the Woods Vol 3

The bucks at Wilderness Whitetails are growing fast this time of year. Here are a couple of interesting facts about Whitetail antlers that you may not know.

  • Whitetail deer antlers begin to grow in the early spring (usually  March or April).
  • By late summer a whitetail's antlers are fully-grown.
  • Whitetail deer antlers are one of the fastest growing tissues known to man.
  • The growth of a deer's antlers usually starts to grow out of the deer's head toward the back of the deer and then changes direction and grows toward the front of the deer's head.
  • Deer antlers have been known to grow as fast as ½ inch per day.

Source: Big Game Logic

Of course the bucks here at Wilderness Whitetails grow faster and larger than bucks elsewhere. This is because of our years of experience in providing the perfect environment for animals on our ranch. Genetics, environment and food plots all designed to produce the largest, most impressive whitetails you have ever seen. This backed by our years of experience in management and the end result are these Giant bucks. Check out some of the trail cam pictures from this week.

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