Well, if Alabama’s Black Belt region isn’t the best place to shoot a buck during the rut, it has to rank right up there. Imagine a place where you can sit in a deer stand and see deer not only every sit, but several deer. Sometimes, you might even see more than a dozen....
by Daniel E. Schmidt, D&DH Editor Longtime D&DH reader George Hoffman asked an excellent question about food plots yesterday: “I hunt my cousin’s farm in Orwell, N.Y, and want to know what is the best combination food plot for deer and turkeys. Also, when is the best time to plant?” I’m certain many avid...
by Jacob Edson, D&DH managing editor It’s the time of year deer hunters around the country wait for. In most locales, bow season is mere weeks away (if not open already). We’ve put in our work securing land to hunt, scouting, hanging stands, and in many cases, spent hours working food plots to attract...
Don't miss an opportunity to attract deer by using the wrong fall forage on your food plot. Matt Harper will show what works and what wastes time, money and chances to harvest deer.
Big and Beasty Brassicas blend from Frigid Forage will build better bucks on your plot.
Always know the pH level of your soil with this meter from Bio Logic and Cabela's.
Big racks are on their way when you use Magni-Rack.
Hunters in full-blown food plot mode can sometimes forget obvious steps for success. Read these five tips before you put your boots on and you won't miss a thing.
Stop looking for the perfect tree to mount your trail cameras! The AT-5 Trail Camera Support allows you to mount your camera on any tree or fence post.
The final consideration is how to shape and size a plot. When given the flexibility, the author recommends a combination of larger holding plots and smaller hunting plots.