Every deer's life revolves around food year-round, and today John Eberhart is out on public hunting land comparing two of the best hard mast food sources that whitetails prefer.
New for 2018, Browning Trail Cameras has introduced a 4K camera that takes outstanding photos and videos, and is designed with a ton of high-performance features.
Fruit and nut trees are awesome improvements for deer hunting land, but they can be tough to plant and care for. Today, Steve Bartylla shares outstanding tips for getting them to grow.
Portable treestands are great for being mobile and hunting public land. It takes a good amount of strength to climb up and down a tree on every hunt, so these ab exercises will help you strengthen those core muscles in time for deer season.
Buck rubs always get us excited, but they can be misleading. When you're hunting mature bucks on public land there are certain clues that buck rubs show, and John explains what he looks for on each one.
Today's compound bows and crossbows shoot so fast that it can be a bear to remove arrows from targets. Until now – we have a couple tricks for making the job easier than ever. Then check out some convenient new deer scent dispensers.
Controlled burns can be extremely beneficial to deer habitat for many reasons. But, they require expert planning and safety considerations. Learn more in today's episode.
There's an old saying that "the legs feed the wolf," and it couldn't be more true for deer hunters. We hike over rough terrain, carry heavy gear, climb trees, stand for hours on end and drag deer out of the woods. The basic squat, and simple variations of it, is one...
On private land, prepping treestands, trimming branches and cutting shooting lanes is a big priority in the off-season. Good gear makes the job easier, and John uses this highly specialized extension saw for the task. Check it out.