By Mark Kenyon

Happy Friday Nation! This week we’ve got a whole slew of great whitetail related blog posts from across the web, so dig in and enjoy. Have a great weekend, get outside, and stay Wired To Hunt!

Deer Hunting: What Fawn-Drop Dates Can Teach You About the Rut – Big Buck Zone: Craig Dougherty takes an interesting look at what we can learn from newborn fawns, specifically in relation to the timing of the rut the year before.

Michigan: Sopsich Buck (182 1/8) New State Bow Record – Big Deer Blog: Here’s your buck porn for the day – a great big Michigan buck!

The Decision To Shoot – An interesting look at one mans journey through a hunting life in which his “decision to shoot” changes over the years.

Wisconsin Mortality Study: Hunters Kill More Bucks Than Anything Else – Whitetail 365: Some interesting insights from a study of collared deer.

Whitetail Management: Stress And Genetic Potential – Growing Deer TV Blog: Dr. Grant Woods discusses the stresses put on whitetails, and how it can impact them reaching their genetic potential.

3 Essential Leg Exercises for Elk Hunters – Sole Adventure: While the title of this article says it’s for elk hunters, these exercises are still very relevant for whitetail junkies! As we’ve discussed before – physical fitness is still important for us whitetail hunters and the legs are the foundation for our overall fitness.

Healthy Bowhunting Shoulders – Speaking of staying fit, if you want to shoot a bow well you better make sure you’re shoulders are helping you. Here are some tips to do just that!