Deer Hunting Gear

You can’t kill that buck of a lifetime if you don’t have the right equipment. Whatever you need, you can find it here: bows, guns, stands, calls, range-finders and more. Get inside information on the latest, greatest deer hunting products.

Weston Vacuum Sealer Pro 2300

Great Father’s Day Gift Ideas for Your Deer Hunting Dad

Father’s Day is near and that means a lot of dads will be opening boxes or bags containing socks, ties, belts and another flashlight to stick in the garage with the others he got for Christmas. Don’t go there. Please. Give your deer hunting dad something he can use and enjoy for years. He’ll...

The fold-up mat is perfect for sitting or standing on when changing clothes or boots in the woods in wet, cold and muddy conditions.

Avoid Mud, Odors With A Tough, Contained Travel Bag

OK, raise your hand if you’ve ever done the One Foot Hoppity Shuffle while trying to change clothes or boots in the woods without falling down and getting wet, muddy or both. Yep, been there and done that. All of it. I’ve danced and cursed like a drunken peg leg pirate, hopped around trying...

Wildgame Innovations Razor cameras

Razor Trail Camera Goes Wide for Coverage

Deer hunters looking for video capabilities and wide coverage can find them today on many trail cameras. That includes the newest camera family from Wildgame Innovations, with three cameras equipped with top features. Check out the press release below from Wildgame Innovations: Looking for the sharpest trail camera on the market? Look no further...

Hawke T5856

Understanding Exit Pupil and Low-Light Performance in Optics

Proper chassis selection will ensure that your scopes and binoculars don’t fail when low-light is a factor If you spend much time talking to anyone about optics or optics quality, eventually the conversation will turn to low-light performance. How an optical device, be it a scope of binocular, performs when ambient light approaches zero...

Bushnell Trophy Cam Essential

Great Game Camera Features, Affordable Price

Deer hunters always are looking for quality gear at affordable prices, and that includes trail cameras used for population surveys and summer scouting. Bushnell has a new game camera with a host of features but not a whopping price. Check out the press release below from Bushnell: Bushnell, an industry leader in high performance...

The new Rage Kore broadhead, which has multiple razor-sharp cutting surfaces.

Wicked 3-Blade Broadhead Offers Multiple Cutting Surfaces

At first glance, a new broadhead from Rage makes you take a second — and third — look to see just what they’ve engineered for deer hunters to consider in the field. And after looking at the redesigned 3-blade head, you’ll see some interesting features including multiple cutting surfaces that slice cleanly through the...

Acorn Rage

Fire Up Your Bucks with the Aroma of Acorns

There’s no argument about whether deer love acorns and finding a hot oak dropping the succulent morsels during bow season or even early gun season usually is a hot stand! The aroma of acorns also can be used to help fire up bucks and does later in the season or for off-season camera surveys....

Bowhunting Practice (Shane Indrebo)

Should You Shoot Your Bow Sitting Down?

Most bowhunters prefer to stand when shooting, and that’s great. However, shooting while seated is necessary at times — even ideal. By Bob Robb I visit a lot of archery camps throughout the country each season, and I’m still amazed at how many bowhunters tell me they cannot — and will not — take...

Stealth Cam G30

Game Camera Technology Offers Incredible Features

Technology continues to improve with game cameras, giving hunters and wildlife watchers more features and options than models we could buy even five years ago. Stealth Cam is one company that has stayed atop the technology curve. Its latest camera definitely will be one to consider when you’re getting your summer survey information in...

Dunstan chestnuts1

Chestnuts Outstanding Forage for Deer, Wildlife

One of the most fun things many deer hunters do each year is augment natural forage with some supplemental food plots or stands of mast-bearing trees such as oak, persimmon or chestnut. The additional work on the hunting property provides more of a connection on those cold days in the stand. You’ve worked the...