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Don’t miss your chance to win a Free 1 Year Banner Ad! We reach thousands of potential buyers each day. All you have to do is call the office by August 24th, 2017 and request your name be entered into the drawing. On Monday August 28th the winner will be announced!

Today we have around 20 auctions closing right after lunch! Click this link to take you to the auctions.

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Grand Auction Sneak Peak!

Grand Auction Sneak Peak!
10th Annual DBC Convention/Fundraiser & Quality Whitetail Deer Auction
August 4-5, 2017
Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort
San Antonio, TX
Thank you to S&S Whitetail Galore for donating this 3 Night Stay!
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NICE MALE AOUDAD!

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NICE MALE AOUDAD UP FOR AUCTION!  AUCTION ENDS ON MONDAY AT 1:00 P.M.!  LOG INTO YOUR ACCOUNT AT www.wildlifebuyer.com AND GET YOUR BIDS IN!

1.0 Gemsbok!

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Wildlife Buyer Exotics

Beautiful Bongo Hide!

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LOG INTO YOUR WILDLIFE BUYER ACCOUNT AND BID ON THIS BEAUTIFUL HIDE!   www.wildlifebuyer.com

Male Red Stag

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1.0 GEMSBOK UP FOR AUCTION!

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CHECK OUT THIS MALE GEMSBOK THAT’S UP FOR AUCTION!  GO TO:  www.wildlifebuyer.com

EXOTIC CLASSIFIEDS, WILDLIFE & PRICES!

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NICE MALE BLACKBUCK

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NICE MALE BLACKBUCK UP FOR AUCTION AT www.wildlifebuyer.com

BEAUTIFUL AXIS BUCK IN VELVET

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BEAUTIFUL AXIS BUCK IN VELVET.  www.wildlifebuyer.com

Do you have any hoofstock animals your looking to sell?

We have barn space right now for those of you looking to sell your hoofstock animals.  Give us a call at 210-807-4247.

1.0 Sable Bull – www.wildlifebuyer.com

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1.0 BONGO BULL

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Fauna Research

“TAMER” The most Trusted Name In Animal Restraint

Fauna Research Inc. has been designing and building animal restraint equipment, including the TAMER series of equipment and portable management pens, box traps, and corral traps, since 1984. The TAMER series of equipment will help you manage your exotic herds of hoofstock and help you get the most out of your management and breeding programs while saving you money. The TAMER offers a chemical free system for humanely managing and restraining hoof stock for health maintenance, shipping and testing, while  providing safer working conditions for handlers and keepers. Portable corral traps and box traps are designed for capturing most hoofstock and are especially effective for trapping deer and antelope.

We design the hard to find handling equipment for non-domestic hoofstock. Let us know the animal you are working with and we will work with you to answer all

Summer Ad Deadline

Summer Ad Deadline
The advertising deadline for the Summer magazine/auction catalog is Friday, June 2ndClick the button below to view the Ad Contract.Click here for the Ad Contract

Important Deadlines
Quality Whitetail Deer Auction Consignment DeadlineMonday, June 5thClick here for the Consignment Form!

Grand Auction Lot Donation Catalog Deadline Monday, June 12th

Click here for Donation Form

Convention Program Ad Deadline Friday, June 16thClick here for the Ad Contract

DBC Wildlife Scholarship Entry Deadline Thursday, June 15th

Click here for the Scholarship Application

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4 Tricks for Gobbling in a Gobbler

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4 Tricks for Gobbling in a Gobbler

Mention gobbling as a turkey hunting call and some traditionalists will slap you across the face. Not only do they scream about the safety factor, but they also stress it isn’t a conventional call to incorporate. I say, yes, beware of the safety issue and be on the lookout for other hunters stalking you. If someone would stalk you at any time during a hunt, speak to them in a calm and loud voice. As for customs and tradition, bah humbug.

I pack a gobbler call and use it despite the Trump-style bad press it continually generates. How can a gobble call help your turkey hunting success? Consider these tactics to use with a gobble call.

  1. This one is a no brainer: Gobble after sunset, and if you’re within hearing distance of a testosterone-charged tom, it likely will gobble back from the roost. Note the location of the roost or move closer, and pinpoint the position for a morning rendezvous.
  2. Gobble in the morning. How many times have you found yourself in the woods after sunrise with the turkeys as silent as an investigated congressman? Gobble calls can help find a gobbler after morning fly down. After toms hit the ground and go into their strut-zone morning ritual, they often shut up for a period of time. A gobble from you can break the ice and re-start the conversation.
  3. Pick a fight in the midmorning. It’s common for a gobbler to gobble back at hen calls, yet remain cemented in place. If you add in a gobble, cuts, aggressive yelps and fighting purrs, then you might just stir the pot enough for a gobbler to investigate in “Rocky” mode.
  4. Finally, if I’m hopeless at midday with no turkeys in sight, I occasionally let out a gobble while hiking a property. I think of it as trolling, and it could spark a lackadaisical gobbler into responding. Once you get his attention, add in some hen chatter and let him map a course to you.

Using a gobble call can sometimes increase success in your turkey game.

Safety is a serious concern while using a gobbler call, so use common sense. It probably isn’t wise to use a gobble call in a heavily hunted public area. Using it from a ground blind is advised because hunters will hopefully spot your hide. At all times, you should hang an orange hat or cloth in a tree above your setup site to advertise your presence. And, as previously noted, if you do spy someone stalking toward you, speak to them in a calm, clear and loud voice to announce your location.

Like our new President who excels in nontraditional actions, using a gobbler call is definitely not a traditional turkey call. Nevertheless, sometimes a bit of nontradition is exactly what you need to find success.

Several years ago, I was hunkered in my ground blind and my hen yelps were going unnoticed due to the amount of competing, real turkey chatter in the area. I switched to a gobble call mixed with cutting, and within minutes a group of gobblers strutted by my blind at less than 20 yards. My Mathews bow assisted in letting the air out of the one with the most PSI (photo above).