Blogs

Pat and Nicole Reeve Blog

Trophy Whitetails book leads to new Deer & Deer Hunting blog


Tom Miranda Blog

Travel the country and learn techniques for hunting different places and sub-species in this new blog based around the book The Rut Hunters


Ted Nugent

Exclusively on DeerAndDeerHunting.com


Whitetail Wisdom with Dan Schmidt

Whitetail Deer Info, Facts & Hunting Tactics


Nicole McClain

Warrior. Survivor. Deer Hunter


Whitetails 365

Deer behavior insights from Charlie Alsheimer


In The Stand…

Top Advice from America’s Best Deer Hunters


I’m a Deer Hunter

Interviews with individuals who might not outwardly meet the “hunter stereotype.”

Click above for direct links to each blog. Browse below for the latest blog posts on the site.

Bait

Locavore Blog: Can GMOs Affect Deer?

GMOs are a rather complex and uncomfortable topic especially when you start looking at the effects of GMOs on wildlife and on deer. As someone who studies nutrition and health in relation to food and food sources, GMOs are a slippery slope — and one that I readily agreed to research in relation to...

Mathews prostaffer Joel Maxfield is an avid buck hunter and loves to observe whitetail bucks from a long-distance vantage point. In his home state of Wisconsin, Joel often puts bucks to bed with a spotting scope, then plans a midday stalk. His strategy is highly successful. Here Joel poses with a Montana buck.

Observation, Scouting are Critical to Big Buck Success

  Mathews prostaffer Joel Maxfield is an avid buck hunter and loves to observe whitetail bucks from a long-distance vantage point. In his home state of Wisconsin, Joel often puts bucks to bed with a spotting scope, then plans a midday stalk. His strategy is highly successful. Here Joel poses with a Montana buck....

Celebrate hunting!

Time Flies When You’re Having Fun!

Summer 2014? Are you kidding me? I hate to subject you and me to predictable status quo colloquialisms, but here she goes; my, how time flies when we’re having fun! So if my calculations are correct, this little Nuge ditty oughtta be showing up on your intergalactic electronic hand-held device sometime on Thursday, June...

New office location complete with morning archery practice.

Locavore Blog: Beyond Archery Practice

I’ve always been an active person. My old desk job kept me stuck inside more than I wanted to be and weekends back in the city were filled with errands, laundry, and maybe a bit of leisure time if we were all caught up. Country life is filled with opportunities to spend full days...

Eddie Claypool with his DIY Arizona Coues deer that scored a fantastic 104 inches.

Eddie Claypool on Do-It-Yourself Deer Hunting

Tom Miranda of the Whitetail SLAM has authored a new book, The Rut Hunters. This Tom Miranda blog features excerpts from that book. Of his beginning in the Coues deer quest, Eddie Claypool of Oklahoma remembers quite well his initial planning for his trip into the desert. “The first year was 1994 and I just decided to give Coues deer a...

Get kids involved and get them outdoors!

Start ‘Em Young!

Ahhhh… if it isn’t my effervescent, ultraFUN NugeBlog #40 right here right now at deeranddeerhunting.com! Like my one of many lovesongs over so many years clearly illustrates, “I Won’t Go Away!” By Ted Nugent And why should I? If you’re not having fun with me, well, you’re weird. My life is so much fun...

Hurricane Bag target stops the arrow with a resounding thwock!

Locavore Blog: Archery Practice

I’ve been practicing a lot. Every day I’m outside, bow in hand, field arrows at the ready, and I can feel myself improving. The funny thing about this journey of learning archery is how intimidated I was in the beginning and how that intimidation is starting to slip away as I realize more and...

Larry Weishuhn

Shake, Rattle and Roll Those Big Bucks

Tom Miranda of the Whitetail SLAM has authored a new book, The Rut Hunters. This Tom Miranda blog features excerpts from that book. No hunter should dare visit Missouri, Iowa, Texas or even Nebraska without a good set of rattling antlers. Few regions feature as callable deer as the South Central Plains. This is one of the reasons why hunting celebrity...

Ted Nugent loves bear hunting and got this bruin a couple of years ago. Rugsteaks!

Improvise, Adapt and Overcome to be Your Best

Thank God for the United States Marine Corps. Without their lessons of “improvise, adapt and overcome,” not only wouldn’t I be here literally, but I sure wouldn’t be able to provide this installment of my writings to share with you all. By Ted Nugent In fact, why not take the time here on my...

This is after the second pass. He ended up going over the garden spot about four times.

Locavore Blog: My first food plots

Spring may be late this year, but it’s definitely here to stay. And it’s about time since we have a garden to get ready and food plots to plant. Our property is bordered by a variety of flora and fauna and the landscape varies from field to brush to forest to pond, so we’re...