If my son or daughter refuses to eat the meat he or she harvests, it is my bold opinion that they will not be allowed to hunt. That’s right. If you’re not going to respect the animal by harvesting it over the family dinner table with appreciation, retire your gear and find another sport...
Corn is a popular deer feed, but is it really that beneficial for deer? Matt Harper takes a look.
Fight the itch to take a younger buck and watch him grow through the years. The payoff in the end is worth the wait.
It was not penned with deer or deer hunting in mind, but a form of situational ethics — the theory of “the ends justifing the means” — has definitely crept into our deer camps.
Take our deer hunters ethics challenge and see how you rank.
The current hysteria over lead-tainted venison is blown out of proportion.