Month: January 2012

What’s Happening at Heartland in February

Posted on: January 29th, 2012

February is set to be a busy month for the Heartland crew. We’ll start the month off at SCI in Las Vegas. For those of you in the western part of the country, we’d love to see you there! We will be heading to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania for the Eastern Sp


Going Out with a Bang: Late Season Doe Hunting

Posted on: January 26th, 2012

The 2011-2012 season is in the books. We had a great season here at Heartland Lodge, filled with memories that will last a lifetime. Late season doe reduction is always the final leg of our deer season. It’s a great time to enjoy the hunt without all t

The winter and spring calendar is starting to fill in nicely. The weather has been perfect for pheasant and quail hunting and our fields are looking great! Our Milo food plots still have nice heads on them, providing a great food source for all wildlife a


Antlerless Deer Season…What is right for you?

Posted on: January 16th, 2012

The topic of antlerless deer harvest is never without some controversy. Some people are adamantly opposed to the idea of any does being harvested and some would like as many killed as possible. Most deer hunters would fall somewhere in the middle of the

Whitetail deer seasons around the country are reaching their ends, and hunters everywhere are gearing up for spring turkey. Application deadlines are closing in quickly, but the turkey season is still a few months away. You’ve applied for your tag, booked

Another Outstanding Year

Posted on: January 7th, 2012

As the calendar roles around to another year and with the hunting season only having a few short days left we need to take the time to reflect on the year we had. Whether you hunted with us here at Heartland Lodge or on your own property it’s time to take

Shed Hunters

Posted on: January 7th, 2012

As the deer season is coming to an end we are starting to notice more and more big bucks missing sides. If you are one of those enthusiast that walks miles and miles through the woods looking for a deer horn don’t worry you will fit right in here. Heartla