In today’s episode, Charlie Alsheimer is paid a great tribute by his DDH friends, plus some great hunting tips. Here is one told by Steve Bartylla about what he has learned from Charlie about mock scrapes.
We dedicate this deer season to the late, great Charles J. Alsheimer: A D&DH legend and inspiration to so many hunters across the country.
For America’s hardcore DIY deer hunters, it’s time to roll up the sleeves and get to work — post-season scouting, planting food plots, repairing equipment. Also, in this issue, Deer & Deer Hunting pays tribute to the man who taught us much of what we know about white-tailed deer, Charlie Alsheimer.
Charles Alsheimer became America's foremost authority on whitetail behavior by studying them almost daily for more than 40 years.
Think it's tough to hunt deer in brutal conditions today? Our forefathers had it a lot worse. Charles Alsheimer recalls some of the differences between deer hunting way back when and modern times.
This is the second installment in a 5-part video recap of some of the highlights of the illustrious career of photographer and whitetail behaviorist Charles J. Alsheimer.
This is the first installment in a five-part video recap of some of the highlights of the illustrious career of photographer and whitetail behaviorist Charles J. Alsheimer.
What do you get when you pair a legendary deer hunter with a legendary Major League baseball player? A legendary friendship, of course. This story starts way back in the 1990s when I was the low man on the totem pole here at Deer & Deer Hunting. Those were the days...
If you can only plant food plots of an acre or less, put half in clover for warm-season feed and half into a cereal grain such as oats or winter wheat, or a tuber, such as radishes or turnips. If your soil has a pH of 6 or higher, clover offerings...