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Nebraska Proves to be a Big Buck State

Our 8,000 acre Nebraska ranch has proven to be a breeding ground for big bucks. Back in 2012-2013 Nebraska estimated they lost up to 80% of their deer herd to an EHD outbreak that devastated the Whitetail and Mule Deer population. Since then the deer herds have been on the rebound with great results.

Field Producers in Iowa

Field Producer Ben Helwig and Cameraman Joey "Bass" are laying down some awesome close up footage of Iowa giants. The rut is in full swing and the Wild OP Pro Staff is right in middle of the action. This is Ben Helwig's first time in front of the camera in Iowa with his first drawn Iowa bow tag. The Team has been battling harsh weather conditions including unusual amounts of rain for this time of year.

Wildop Films In Land of Oz

The Wildlife OP Film Crew is once again in the Land of OZ. They are laying down all the b-roll film to to put a story together for a Kansas whitetail show. The team films street signs, landscapes, wildlife, culture and time lapses as shown here. Kansas always yields great photography and awesome film shots due the the flatness of the land. The skies continually burst with colors and clouds that make interesting and captivating film for viewers.

Wildop Experiments With Food Plot Mixes

The pro-staff at Wildlife Outdoor Productions has been experimenting with food plot mixes for the last 3 years. This particular Brassica plot was planted in the second week of July, smack in the middle of a drought.

Wildop Teams Up With Roush Performance

WildOP Media Group has combined forces with Roush Performance to produce unique social media and TV commercial spots for Roush’s high performance Ford F150 pick up and Mustang. Roush manufactures high performance, street legal vehicles, with horsepower options at over 700 horse power. Several parts of the film was produced in Madison and Sparta,NJ.

Iowa Archery Season Opens

October 1st sparks the opening of the anticipated Iowa archery season. In 2013 it didn't take our good friend, Chip Hughes, long to fill his Iowa tag. This impressive 160" class whitetail walked into Chip's sites at 10 yards on the first day of his hunt. For non residents, getting an archery tag is a long awaited dream with archery permits taking up to 4 years to draw. Iowa holds some of the best managed and mature whitetail populations in the world.

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