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Hunting Season Is Upon Us - Giant In the Woods Vol. 29

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We are nearing the end of September and we are in full swing for the 2017 hunting season! All our efforts throughout the summer months have come down to this moment. We are excited for the season ahead and encourage all hunters, avid or beginners to join us at Wilderness Whitetails. 

Call now to book your 2017 Rut Hunt! As the rut begins in late October and early November, we will see these monsters starting to chase, fight, and make mistakes that allows hunters to harvest their buck of a lifetime. During your rut hunt you also have the opportunity to see some of these giants in action. The sound of antlers crashing and scraping through the woods is amazing, especially in the early morning hours. Prime rut hunts are still available but booking fast.

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We'll be hunting in just a few weeks! - Giants in the Woods Newsletter

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Dear friends,We are busy putting the final touches on our new stands and accommodations here at Wilderness Whitetails in preparation for the 2017 hunting season. Our first guests will be arriving in just over a month and we are anticipating the best season ever! The staff at Wilderness Whitetails works hard to make sure that every guest is treated like a VIP. We offer one-on-one guiding, meals, excellent accommodations and the best whitetail hunting in North america. Every season we upgrade our facilities, see bigger and bigger deer and create a unique hunting experience for our guests. No two seasons are the same on our preserve. Last year, we opened a brand new hunting preserve. This preserve has only been hunted for one season and is quickly becoming a favorite for our long time guests. This property encompasses 480 acres of heavily wooded and pristine northern Wisconsin forest. It has brand new, comfortable blinds, bow stands and shooting lanes with incredible views. The 2017 hunting season is shaping up to be our best yet! If you haven't booked your hunt yet, there are still some limited openings. We are also pre-booking for 2018. Call Now to book your hunt! (715) 572-3344 or email shorty@wi-net.com  Groups & Corporate Hunts If you have a group or are planning a corporate hunt, Wilderness Whitetails has got you covered. Our lodges can accommodate large groups and have all the amenities you could ask for. Wifi, satellite TV, private bathrooms, fully stocked bar and kitchen and home cooked meals. Give us a call for details and available dates.  What our Guests Have to Say: "I highly recommend Wilderness Whitetails to any serious Whitetail hunter. It's a first class experience from every viewpoint. Whether it is the great accommodations and great food or the gorgeous property itself. The deer are beyond belief! It is 'Whitetail Heaven' with the perfect Whitetail environment that makes this a challenging hunt for that special dream Whitetail. With a little patience a hunter has the opportunity to harvest that once in a lifetime buck. The buck I took is the largest I have taken in over 30 years of hunting the elusive Whitetail. I will make it back!"- Ben F. Carter       CallNow to book your hunt! (715) 572-3344 or email shorty@wi-net.com  
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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.

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Giants In the Woods Vol 3

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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

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