Finding just the right spot to find bucks on your November hunting trips requires planning, and it helps if you can think about where the bucks like to go. Writing in Petersen’s Bowhunting, Bill Winke describes his favorite three “morning hotspots” for finding bucks: Doe bedding areas: This is obviously a place where bucks like… more Morning Hotspots for Bucks on your November Hunting Trip
As spring starts to turn to summer, you’ll see plenty of stories designed to help you prepare for the fall hunting season. But it’s also important to know what not to do. Realtree’s “Brow Tines and Backstrap” blog has a helpful list of seven big mistakes that hunters should avoid as they make their preparations.… more What NOT to do as you prepare for Fall Hunting Season
Mike Hanback and Will Brantley go on deer hunting expeditions all over the country for their jobs as hunting bloggers for Realtree. They have some insightful takeways from the 2021 deer hunting season that can be helpful for deer hunters starting to plan their 2022 hunts. Here are four takeways that stood out: Warmer fall… more Takeaways from the 2021 Deer Season as you plan 2022
The fall will be here before you know it, and for hunters, it isn’t too early to start preparing for a successful deer season. Whether you are doublechecking your tree stands, scouting new areas to hunt, or learning more about wildlife patterns in your favorite hunting area, spending time making preparations this summer will be… more It’s not too early to get ready for deer season
Areas with a deer scrape – a low-hanging tree branch that offers a place for deer to get a nice scratch – have long been known as attractive spots for bucks to visit. So you might think that the more mock deer scrapes you create on your recreational property, the better, right? Not so fast.… more How many mock deer scrapes should you have on your property?