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?
In these dog days of summer, it not seem like deer hunting season is just around the corner. But it will be here before we know it, so it’s time to get ready. Outdoor Life recently listed seven good tips for getting ready this summer. They center on taking the time to learn your hunting… more Quick Tips to get Ready for Deer Season
If you worry about having your trail cams stolen or damaged, you’ll be interested in the tips Alex Gyllstrom gives on the OutdoorLife.com website, which can keep it from happening to you. Some of the tips are common-sense ideas designed to make it harder for thieves to take your cameras: Lock them up with cable… more Tips to keep your trail cams from being stolen or damaged
Serious deer hunters know their sport is a year-round endeavor. To give yourself the best chance for success this fall, it’s important to spend your off-season in productive ways. As Josh Honeycutt of Realtree’s “Brow Tines and Backstrap” blog writes, much of the fun of hunting is in the preparation. With that in mind, he… more Spring Tips for Deer Hunters