John Eberhart isn't paid a dime by anyone to talk about activated carbon and how it works. He simply believes in its effectiveness, especially for hunting wary whitetails on public lands. He explains more in this latest episode of Public & Pressured Land Deer Hunter.
You should always familiarize yourself with the basics of treestand safety. But, are there any special safety precautions you should take if a crossbow is your hunting tool in a treestand?
When is the best time to call to a whitetail? Mark Kayser provides expert insights on when to pull out your grunt call and how to make sounds that will attract bucks within range. In the product spotlight, we take a look at the new Titanium X Backflip broadhead from TRUGLO.
Whitetail hunters are always looking for that extra something to level the playing field. One of the tools that bumps the needle in our direction is the use of scents, both natural and synthetic.
When you're finished setting up a treestand, take it one step further and think about how you can make it even better. Steve Bartylla is always looking for ways to improve stands and he shows us how.
Most hunters enter and exit their stands when it's dark. That also causes problems on direction and location. John Eberhart uses night tacks in trees to help find his stand in the dark.
Steve Bartylla explains why one situation happens 9 times out of 10 when he's trying to hang a ladder stand. Plus more tips on how to stay safe when hanging any type of ladder stands for deer hunting.
Hunting on public land can be a challenge, there's a lot of gear including one that device that keeps you safe: a full-body safety harness. John Eberhart has another handy tool he likes to use for a safety harness AND a tree stand.
With deer season fast approaching (and in some cases already underway), we here at Deer & Deer Hunting urge everyone to heed this message from DDH and the Tree Stand Safety Awareness Foundation.