Rattling is often misunderstood by hunters who have heard too many myths. Here's one hunter's counter-argument to those myths about rattling up bucks.
Keeping all of your firearm cleaning accessories together in one safe area is the best way to stay organized and keep your guns ready for action.
Bow sights are critical to success, especially with spot-and-stalk tactics for white-tailed or mule deer where you must have immediate feedback for the best shot.
Shooting lanes are essential. How you go about creating them is just as important as the openings you create. Do it wrong and it might cost you.
When you're heading out in the early season with your crossbow, find the feeding and bedding areas deer use to have a shot at putting one on the ground.
Research shows that hormones from a doe's reproductive tract and associated vaginal secretions during the time of estrus are primary sexual attractants.
If the obvious bloodtrail ends after you shoot a deer, don't give up hope. Trailing may become tougher but you can still find the deer with determination and understanding why the blood stopped.
The whitetail breeding period, known as the rut, follows predictable stages of deer behavior. These changes dictate the effectiveness of hunting strategies.
Before you head to the woods with a handgun, make sure you have the accessories needed to make your deer hunt more comfortable and a success.
Mature bucks are wary and often travel at night or early to avoid danger and hunters. Here are some top tips on how to successfully hunt nocturnal bucks.