Deer would die during periods of harsh weather and food shortages unless they used fat efficiently. Learn more about this cornerstone of deer survival.
Many hunters don't begin to scout until spring or summer. Why wait? Late-winter scouting makes tracking much easier, allowing for valuable insights not attainable in warmer months.
It's a bizarre winter ritual for deer. They purposefully move into wintering areas that lack nutrition. How could this possibly benefit the deer?
D&DH recently drew the winner of its largest sweepstakes to date.
Are you overlooking buck bedding areas? There are seven spots you probably didn't look. The March 2010 issue of Deer & Deer Hunting has them.
Bogus Leupold scopes are making their way into the United States market. Find out how to tell the difference between a genuine product and a phony.
When that rack dries out, you'll want to get an official Boone & Crockett score. Use this official score sheet from the 2010 Deer Hunters' Almanac.
A controversial column by Ted Nugent about baiting highlights the January 2010 issue of Deer & Deer Hunting.
You may be using a faulty treestand if it meets these specifications.
Have you seen the photos of the 27-point buck? Check out the December 2009 issue of Deer & Deer Hunting.