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Steve Bartylla has some of the best deer hunting tips for land and whitetail management, stand placement and more in his new book, Big Buck Secrets.

Best Deer Hunting Tips Revealed in Big Buck Secrets

Seasoned whitetail hunter Steve Bartylla serves as a personal trainer with his new book, Big Buck Secrets, divulging insider tips on scouting and sharing hunting tactics that will help the average hunter take his or her craft to the next level. Big Buck Secrets, from Krause Publications, is available at www.shopdeerhunting.com. Calling on more...

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Deer Talk Now: Hit the Bull’s Eye With Your Bowhunting Practice

Becoming the best bowhunter you can be requires hours of patience, knowledge of your equipment and confidence that you can make the shot at an ethical range. Repetition and good technique are two of the best things you can do to achieve success. Of course, after you’re comfortable with your bow’s setup and how...

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8 Messages Deer Send Hunters With Their Tails

When you spot a deer, study its tail. What you observe will help you make smart hunting decisions. Of course, the deer’s body language is important to watch, too. It goes hand in hand in with what the tail is doing. By Tom Carpenter But the tail’s actions are a very visible, clear and...

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The Best Tips to Become a Better Bowhunter

Bowhunting for white-tailed deer has witnessed an explosion of interest in the last 20 years. As deer populations have soared and bowhunting gear and tactics have gone mainstream, more deer hunters are picking up the stick and string to chase their favorite quarry. Shoot a bow long enough and you will desire to improve...

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Best Valentine’s Day Meals Start with Venison!

When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that’s … Wait, wait. This isn’t a love site for singles and minglers and such. Right? Amore? Moons? Pizza pies? Where’s the venison and chili and jerky? Chances are pretty good your better half wouldn’t care for a ribbon-wrapped box of deer jerky...

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Video: The Wildest Most Amazing Archery Trick Shots Ever

Yeah, you’re pretty good with a bow. You can stack arrows in your Block or Rinehart target at 20 and 30 and even 40 yards. You’ve shot deer from weird angles in treestands and ground blinds, made long shots, and threaded an arrow through that tiny gap between those two trees. But you’ll be...

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Deer Talk Now: Best Tips for Mineral Sites, Big Bucks and More

Minerals play a big role in the development of a white-tailed deer’s antlers as they’re growing in spring and summer, which is one of the coolest things in the animal world. That regeneration process after a deer casts its antlers following the breeding period requires a lot of nutrition and minerals. Those key things...

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BREAKING NEWS: Lighted Nocks Approved for Bowhunters

After years of steadfast resistance to lighted nocks as technology that wasn’t in the best interests for hunters or fair chase, one state wildlife commission has finally seen the light — yes, pun intended — about the simple, helpful bowhunting tool that aids in game recovery. Finally! What a great day for bowhunters and...

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Say Hallelujah, Bloodbrothers, and Pass the Arrows!

Happy January 29, 2015 my deeranddeerhunting.com NugeBlog BloodBrothers all. Yes, it is true, so wonderfully true that the deerseason does indeed throttle on here in Texas, Ohio and a few other deer rich jurisdictions where the mighty whitetails and muledeer of America still need some last ditch management. Say Hallelujah and pass the arrows!...

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Deer Talk Now: Proven Tips for Deer Hunting

With deer season still underway in some states, learn some of the best hunting tips to make your season more successful. Our loyal readers send in some of the best questions about game cameras, hunting high pressured areas, how to sight in scopes for bows or guns, scent control, treestand safety and others. They’re...