Work’n Class Whitetails

Come along with 19 average guys as we work hard for our bucks — just like you do! We hunt hard, with a never-ending passion and we will show you how anyone can manage, track and harvest mature bucks with limited resources and a normal work schedule. We are cops, salesmen, IT managers and construction workers. Our common thread is hunting mature bucks, and we want you to join along. Come along and see what happens as we pour our hearts and souls into this deer season Work’n Class style. >> Meet the Work’n Class Whitetails Crew

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Shed Antler in the food plot.

With the season here and gone in NW Missouri, we start to turn our focus to hunting shed antlers and start planning for the spring gobbler season. This past weekend, I made a trip to the farm to hang a trail camera to get a better idea on how many bucks are still packing...

Bucks like these will move quickly when food is depleted...a lesson I learned the  hard way this year.

New Year’s Resolutions

Well, that dreaded time of year is upon us where we recover our gear, revel in our successes afield and think about the opportunities missed and how to capitalize on them in the future.  Although the doe season is still alive and well here in Kansas, I’m already scheming for next fall and looking...

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Late season action on the food plot.

With the holidays here, it means I get to spend some quality time with the family and friends.  It also means some time away from work and much needed time in the woods!  With both of my brothers in town we got to spend some time in the deer hut with the muzzleloader.  The...

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Capturing that Moment

By, John Hafner I have the good fortune of spending many, many days afield each year, and I’m blessed to have a front row seat for many of Mother Nature’s greatest shows. I log lots and lots of miles chasing deer and deer hunters across North America. Since I rarely have time to pick...

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The Recruiting Class of 2013

Well Christmas has come and gone, the temperatures are staying in the single digits, and I have been getting a great viewing through my Nikon binoculars of the younger bucks on my farm. I have been out a couple times this past week, hunting over picked corn fields in my Ameristep ground blind, and...

Placing mineral licks around cover instead of out in the open sometimes is more beneficial.

Nikon Spot On phone App.

As my brother and I get ready for our late season hunt at Tails of the Hunt outfitters in southwest Iowa, we went to the gun range the other day to sight in his muzzleloader. This gave us a chance to use the new Nikon Spot On phone app. Quite the useful too! We zeroed the gun...

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Late Season

Late Season Well here is a early Merry Christmas to everyone out there in the hunting world.  The late season has brought us finally some cold weather and a little snow cover.  I spent the night before our first snow overlooking a food plot.  After sitting the night in one of my favorite stands...

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Accepted in Dental School… Bucks Beware!

I’ve spent the last four years buried in the library studying for tests and doing homework all to try to reach my ultimate goal… getting accepted into dental school. Just a couple days ago, I got the letter in the mail telling me that I got accepted into the fall class at the University...

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(Video) Late Season Hunting Brings Excitement

With a busy fall so far, I have not been able to hit the woods as much as I would have liked. Being a full-time deer hunting guide has many rewarding aspects but a small downfall is the fact of not being able to hunt as much. So, what does this mean? This means...