Dan Schmidt’s Pick of the Day: DDH 2016 Wall Calendar

a DDH 2016 calendar deer photoFrom Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine, the 2016 Whitetails Wall Calendar features the work of deer researchers Wayne Laroche and Charlie Alsheimer, who reveal the 2016 whitetail rut prediction, based on years of lunar cycle research. Utilize this deer moon phase calendar to find out which days the deer will be seeking and chasing so you can time the rut for the best time to hunt.

“The DDH wall calendar is one of our most popular annual ShopDeerHunting items,” said Dan Schmidt, DDH Content Director and Editor-in-Chief. “The 2016 calendar, just like the ones before it, features some amazing whitetail deer photography that captures deer in all the seasons. It also provides deer activity charts so you can plan your hunt.”

2016 DDH Whitetail Wall CalendarWith the 2016 DDH Whitetails Wall Calendar you’ll learn:

  • When the seeking, chasing and tending phases of the rut will occur for North & South
  • The predicted dates of Major & Minor deer activity in 2016
  • Daily 2016 Moon-phase data

Charles Alsheimer is a long-time field editor for Deer and Deer Hunting. Alsheimer’s articles appear in Outdoor Life, Whitetail News, and many other prominent magazines. His books include Strategies for Whitetails, Whitetail – Rites of Autumn, Quality Deer Management – The Basics and Beyond, Hunting Whitetails by the Moon, Whitetail – Behavior Through the Seasons,and Whitetail – The Ultimate Challenge. He is also the co-author of A Guide to Adirondack Deer Hunting.

Wayne Laroche is a respected fish biologist. He’s also an avid whitetail hunter who spends the entire deer season in northern Maine chasing big woods bucks. He became interested in the moon’s influence on whitetails after researching the impact the moon has on Grouper fish in the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico. Afterwards, as he hunted the Maine woods every year, he noticed distinct fluctuations in whitetail activity patterns. After studying the yearly changes he began to wonder if the moon was affecting the way whitetails behaved during November, just as it had influenced the fish he had studied years before.

Get your calendar here, and pick up a few extras for Christmas gifts!