As a hunter, what should you do if a deer you’re sizing up stops and begins stamping? Act quickly and decisively, because the jig is up!
When I began hunting one of the most intriguing aspects was how my father could find deer based on the shot placement and what he saw on the ground.
The key to ambushing white-tailed bucks skirting the edges of legal shooting hours is catching them early during their evening journeys.
As more crossbow hunters take to the trees to hunt deer, they must address the same safety concerns as rifle and vertical bow hunters — and more.
As crossbow manufacturers continue to push the speed envelope, trade-offs and compromises emerge. And the question arises: How fast is fast enough?
Here are three compelling reasons why you should consider a public land ground attack this autumn to bag your deer.
It’s not too hard to kill a deer on public land, but it's important to have a plan for hauling it out and getting back to your vehicle safely.
Playing the wind on public land is as important as it is on private land, but it’s easy for experienced hunters.
One of the best ways to ensure that you're safe while deer hunting from a treestand is to use a safety rope with your fall restraint harness.