Don’t just make a food plot and do it halfway! Find out some good information about the best food plots for deer, how to make them and ways to maximize your hunting area and plots.
Have you begun off-season work on your property yet, trimming shooting lanes and opening trails? If not, check out some great tips from Wicked Tree Gear for your deer camp work days! It’s best to get these shooting lanes opened now, trim and open any trails so you don’t brush up against stuff and...
Nicole McClain’s passions run from being a girly-girl at times and muscle-trembling workouts in the gym to getting blood under her nails and mud on the tires when deer season rolls around. This Ohio beauty has brains to go with her brawn, which she puts to the test in the gym and in the...
Whitetail deer use several things to leave scent signposts for other deer, including rubbing their head on trees and limbs to leave secretions from their pre-orbital glands. Find out more about this unique gland and how it factors into scrapes and rubs.
Veteran hunter and researcher Charlie Alsheimer has observed white-tailed deer for more than 40 years, and some of his findings are interesting. He’s watched deer from birth to death, seeing the behaviors, interactions and more. Check out his insights on the latest Deer Talk Now to learn more about our favorite game animal.
When the Drury Brothers go deer hunting, they go all out from spring and summer scouting through the coldest parts of winter when the final day of the season arrives. Find out some of their insights on deer, scouting, hunting and more in this great episode of Deer Talk Now.
There’s a changing of the guard with interest in crossbows, handguns, modern sporting rifles and new optics continuing to grow.Can the traditionalists and new wave get along? Sure, with a few potholes, of course. Find out more in this episode of Deer Talk Now with longtime hunter and industry veteran Mark Sidelinger.