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Leysath's Better Venison Cookbook
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Well, if Alabama’s Black Belt region isn’t the best place to shoot a buck during the rut, it has to rank right up there. Imagine a place where you can sit in a deer stand and see deer not only … Read More
Because deer have rather large ears, it makes sense that they can hear better than humans, right? Or can they? Many hunters assume that because deer have ears three times bigger than ours they can probably hear three times better. … Read More
Never thought I would see the day when I would be taking up a bloodtrail in an attempt to find a whitetail shed. Well, that’s exactly what I did today. Unfortunately, I didn’t find the shed. This was truly a … Read More
I’ll never forget the first time I bowhunted whitetails over a manmade water source. It was in the mid-1990s, and I was hunting the famed bluffs of Buffalo County, Wisconsin. This was my first trip to this land of Boone-and-Crockett-class … Read More
Using bait while deer hunting is legal in more than one-half of the states with huntable whitetail populations. Each year, hunters literally spend millions of dollars annually on corn, apples, carrots, pumpkins, sugar beets, sweet potatoes and just about anything … Read More
by Darren Warner, D&DH contributor Note: Deer & Deer Hunting does not endorse one CWD explanation over another. Research is ongoing. It is committed to fueling discussion about important issues relating to deer hunting. Leave a comment below with your … Read More
by John Trout Jr., D&DH Contributor Although many hunters fail to locate deer hair at the location where they shot the deer, it is almost always present. An arrow tipped with a sharp broadhead will not pass through a deer … Read More
by Dan Schmidt, D&DH editor Coming soon to a swamp, pine plantation or greenfield near you: Rutting bucks! Do you live and/or hunt whitetails in one of the following states: South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas or Louisiana? If … Read More
Ask any seasoned deer hunter, and they will tell you that bubbles in deer blood is a good thing. Besides the shot, the very instant my eyes spy the first crimson splashes on the forest floor is perhaps the most … Read More
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