Author Archives: Ted Nugent

Ted Nugent

Ted Nugent: Don’t Jump to Conclusions

This is going to be a very painful NugeBlog for me to write, and like the well deserved constructive criticism and downright condemnation due our current corrupt president and much of our power abusing US government, it pains me deeply to have to say what I am about to say. But alas, the truth must...

Ted Nugent

Life Should Be a Series of Bullseyes

God I love my life! Never a dull moment I assure you. Still recuperating from and wallowing in the over the top happiness from the highest of highs of the greatest hunting season of my life, and continually testing myself each day with post double knee replacement surgery pain management, (OUCH!) I am now...

Ted at full draw Mathews2

The Best Practice On Earth for Deer Hunting Success

It was another one of those magical, very special Saturday afternoons on a beautiful, warm, sunny summertime day in the 1950s. I hadn’t reached the age of 10 yet, but my total addiction to tromping the woods and the mystical flight of the arrow was irreversible. By Ted Nugent Dad was taking me into...

Ted with grandson Jack and super dogs Gonzo and Happy on the spring trap line

The Storm Before The Storm

Initially I was going to utilize the age old colloquialism “The Calm Before The Storm” to title this little ditty, my 31st installment of what has certainly turned out to be an ultraFUN Ted Nugent DeerAndDeerHunting.com weekly NugeBlog. By Ted Nugent However, being allergic to all things status quo and predictability, I had to...

Doe? Buck? Spike? Giant nontypical? Hunters have a variety of choices and should be able to make their own decisions.

Horns of Plenty: We’re Amid Antler Wars

There on the classic knotty pine wall above the fieldstone fireplace in what can only be described as the ultimate all American deercamp log cabin, deep in the mystical big timber of Michigan’s Manistee National Forest, hangs the most magnificent whitetail beast a deerhunter could ever dream of. By Ted Nugent And I know...

Ted at full draw Mathews2

Nugent Admits He’s A Hellraising Campfire Party Animal

I am a party animal. No really, a die-hard, take no prisoners, wild eyed bushytailed over the top hellraising party beast of the extreme kind. But in this world of politically correct semantics gone beyond mad, I feel it critically necessary to explain what my idea of a party is, versus the bastardization of...

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Never Forget Our Bowhunting Founding Father, Fred Bear

by Ted Nugent March 5, 1902, in a freezing cold brutal Pennsylvania blizzard, a man-child was born. We never know when, where, how or who amongst us will pursue the American Dream in what manner, shape or form, but in this case, the birth of Fred Bear would so powerfully impact so many in...

Ted Nugent on Deer & Deer Hunting

Positive Is As Positive Does

Talking about looking on the sunny side in these trying, nasty culture war times! As you read this, yet another little Nuge update at wnd.com on this lovely day of our Lord, February 26, 2014, I am gone with the wind, out cold, bonkers, comfortably numb, zapped, schnookered, boogered, out of pocket, off the grid,...

Theodore Nugent with Doe

Ted Nugent: Meet My New Best Deer Huntin’ Buddy!

The streets of New York City were wet and nasty on October 28, 1968 as I trudged back to my hotel after a long day of serious, and what turned out to be historical rock-n-roll recording. My killer band, The Amboy Dukes were laying down some more blistering tracks of firebreathing all American R&B&R&R...

Rocco Nugent with a Deer and a Hog

When In Doubt, Sniperboy Rocco Whips It Out

As the very proud father of nine wonderful children and eleven grandkids so far, I am confident that I will never run out of very special subject matter for my deeranddeerhunting.com NugeBlogs. Not all my kids have pursued the ultimate happiness as hardcore deerhunters yet, but I have a feeling it will come to...