The trail camera is an incredible tool for deer hunters. Just make sure that each camera is working for you, not against you. These six tips will help you get the most out of your trail cameras this season.
There is a battle over chronic wasting disease taking place in the world of scientific deer management. Some are convinced that the battle is over, others argue that things aren't that simple.
The hunt doesn't start when the season opens — it starts much earlier in the year. Now is when we should be in hunting mode, checking out this year's crop of whitetails, figuring out their habits and quirks, identifying the bucks that we want to pursue, and developing a strategy so...
Trail cameras are game changers for many deer hunters and their scouting efforts. Try these easy methods to make sure your trail cameras help – not hurt – your scouting and hunting efforts.
The right tree climbing steps are key for staying light and mobile when hunting pressured and public land. With all of the treestands available to hunters, John explains the pros and cons of several climbing systems.
The best entry and exit routes can get you away from deer hunting pressure, and put you right in the middle of daylight buck activity. Watch as John shows the tactics that he uses to access heavily pressured land and find big bucks.
Great deer stands on public hunting land can be tough to find, but good scouting will reveal them. John walks us through one of his top spots to show what he looks for when choosing a stand.
Mature bucks simply don't expose themselves during daylight on public hunting land, or they wouldn't survive long. But, you can still catch them during daytime, and John discusses where to focus your hunting efforts.
The best funnels and pinch points make for outstanding deer hunting stands – especially during the rut. Today, John points out the features to look for when setting up on them.