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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BUSY SEASON

BUSY SEASON Hey guys just wanted to give you a quick update.  The weather is starting to cooperate for the late season hunts we are finally down to low teens in the early mornings.  The temps will hopefully get the deer up and on there feet for longer periods of time in the mornings...

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Late Season

Well, as shotgun season is upon us here in Iowa, this means only one thing for me; late season muzzle loader is just around the corner!  Tyler and I have put forth a lot of effort to prepare for the late season in the last couple of years.  Last year, we discussed for weeks...

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Getting the Most Out of Your Camera in Low Light

So, you have a video camera and want to start filming you and your buddies hunt. A key issue when filming, especially deer hunting, will always be light and the amount of light available while filming. So, lets see what the expert, Aaron Coston has to say. Aaron is the owner of Aaron Coston...

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(Video) Making Memories

So, as painful as it is, here is my footage of the 8 point that I shot last year and found later this year. This is the footage that I got to play over and over and over in my head all year. Needless to say, I was plenty ready for redemption when this...

Elite Answer getting it done in Iowa

After several trips to Iowa to try and fill my tag we finally hit some cold weather. Even though the rut was winding down the cold front that moved in on the 26th had the deer on their feet and on the fields early. My filming partner Pat and I were seeing some good...

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Glassing with the Nikons & hoping for the best.

With the deer moving back to their feeding pattern, it is a great time to glass the fields in hopes of getting a pattern on a great buck.  After this busy work week, I am going to find some time this weekend to do some glassing.  A couple of our farms have some great...

It takes a bit of discipline to ensure safety when in pursuit of game.

Discipline and Complacency in the Deer Woods

In the military, we are drilled from day 1 to “do the right thing when no one is looking, ” and follow regulations, checklists and manuals in order to see that our work is done correctly.  Failure to adhere to the rules and regulations, especially as pertains to safety, can lead to catastrophic equipment...

My 152 inch, main frame 8 point, with a split brow tine that I shot last year.

Making Memories

It all started last year, in 2011, when I was sitting in a tree stand on November 13th and after seeing a lot of good deer in the morning I decided to sit all day. I had a small sandwich packed, a couple bottles of water, and an undeniable eagerness to harvest a mature Iowa giant with...

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Public Land Mule Deer

Alright lets go back to a public land mule deer hunt in SD. As each season comes closer I begin to scout extremely hard to hopefully find some great deer to go after. This year it was tough because of the drought and the deer were not in areas where they normallywere. I had...

Shotgun Season

Well shotgun season here in Iowa was successful, but not what I hoped it would be.  After hunting with a group for a couple days we only managed to shoot a few does and two bucks.  After having many encounters with big bucks, we could not seal the deal.  In a way I’m kind...