When you're ready for winter to end so you can get out and hunt for deer antler sheds, you want to make sure that you don't waste precious miles and time searching in the wrong areas. Be sure to read through these 10 deer antler shed hunting tips from an expert...
Get ready, because this coming weekend, March 10-11, you can join the world's largest shed hunt during Shed Rally 2018. Organized by Whitetail Properties, the fourth annual weekend event encourages folks to get out and hunt for some shed antlers, and simply to enjoy the outdoors as spring approaches.
No matter the region, winter is an extremely stressful time for whitetails — even in the South. But while most of us think of January or February as being the most difficult months for deer — March is often the most stressful time of year.
To find more shed whitetail antlers you need to look in antler-hot locations where deer will frequent or use going from one spot to another. Here are five top areas to snoop for more bone in your backpack.
Timing the “drip rut” of the Southern whitetail breeding season differs from the Midwest and Northern predictions, but these suggestions can help you decide when to be in the stand.
Here’s an in-depth look at what years of scientific research have revealed about buck rubs: The rut’s most visible signpost. A mature buck in rut, deprived of favorable tree stems for rubbing, will rub just about any type and size of tree — even fence posts and utility poles. However, scientific...
Can you mange genetics of wild deer though herd manipulation — killing specific deer — to achieve bigger bucks? That's a question a lot of hunters and land managers ask and discuss.
Whitetail deer use many methods of communication, but their ability to detect chemical signals from other deer might be the strongest of their senses.
For better hunting success during deer season, it’s critical to understand the role that does play during the process of mate selection known as the rut.
Research reveals how forest cover influences the annual movement of young white-tailed bucks when they disperse from their initial home area and relocate.