Can you mange genetics of wild deer though herd manipulation — killing specific deer — to achieve bigger bucks? That's a question a lot of hunters and land managers ask and discuss.
Recent biological studies demonstrate very clearly that white-tailed deer perceive their environment in fine detail and respond immediately to pressure.
Traditions are an incredibly important part of our hunting heritage, the anticipated touchstones of decades past that we love to enjoy and pass on to future generations.
How many times have you heard other hunters say you can’t pattern bucks during the rut? Truth be known, rutting bucks are every bit as patternable as non-rutting bucks, especially during the breeding phase.
Gunning for whitetails on lockdown isn’t complicated — with the right combination of tools working for you in the field during your spot-and-stalk hunt.
Hunters who can dissect and recognize the unique activities that occur during the lockdown phase of the rut are the ones who will be most likely to earn a trip to the taxidermist.
Follow these five golden rules and you can be that guy — you know, that hunter in camp who, no matter where he sits, sees all of the big bucks.
Connecting to nature — to one’s wild side — can take many paths, but the end result is usually the same: a sense of excitement and thanksgiving.
They're hyped as a great way to help drivers on roads, but how effective are deer whistles to avoid vehicle collisions and do they really work?