Easton Full Metal Jacket FMJ Crossbow Arrow

Today’s high-speed crossbows require premium arrows. New from Easton is the popular Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) in a bone-crushing crossbow version. Dan Schmidt explains how this arrow is built for whitetails. DDH Innovation Zone. Season 4. Episode 42.

 

You’ll find interesting takes on the latest deer hunting gear in the D+DH Innovation Zone exclusively from Deer & Deer Hunting.

This online series explores the hottest deer hunting gear used throughout the country and offers an inside look at the how and why with each item. You’ll find overviews of bows, arrows, firearms, apparel, boots, treestands, optics and other deer hunting accessories that can help make your hunting experiences better and more successful.

Hosted by Daniel Schmidt, Gordy Krahn and Mark Kayser, D+DH Innovation Zone will give you the scoop about these new products so you can make your own decisions on them and then understand how to use them effectively. The hosts have decades of experience in the field and at the range, which translates into great insights for you.

Watch the D+DH Innovation Zone each Friday at deerandeerhunting.com, the DDH Facebook page and on YouTube at www.youtube.com/DDHONLINE.

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Whitetail Behavior DVD from Deer & Deer Hunting TV

Whitetail BehaviorDeer & Deer Hunting presents an exclusive look inside the mind of a white-tailed deer throughout all four seasons. View never-before-seen footage of all aspects of whitetail behavior and learn more about how deer see, smell, hear and react to danger. You’ll also learn how and why bucks react to certain stimuli during the rut. Included in this video:

-Practical and comprehensive information on the whitetail’s senses: sight, sound, smell and taste

-Expert analysis on how deer react to danger

-Exclusive video of rutting bucks making rubs, working scrapes, chasing does and battling for supremacy
Insider tips on how and why deer communicate with each other

-Crisp, clear audio of deer vocalizations

All of this will help you better understand how deer behave in real hunting situations and, ultimately, will give you a step up on knowing which tactics you can use to outsmart the biggest buck of your life.