game cameras

Killer Trailcam Strategy for Deerhunters

Okay, I admit it, quite proudly I might add, that I am a Neanderthal, old school, primal, ancient throwback, old fashioned, hopelessly traditional nuts and bolts kind of guy. I like my rock-n-roll raw, loud, grinding, grunting, pounding, pure animal high energy bass, drums and ferocious guitar. By Ted Nugent I...

5 Game Camera Tips to Scout for Big Bucks Now

Have you started scouting yet to get a leg up on the buck you didn’t kill last season? If not, you’re wasting time and burning daylight during a critical portion of the year that can reveal clues about late-season and post-rut activity of bucks and does. Post-season camera surveys immediately after...

2015 Best New Game Cameras: Faster Triggers, Video

Live from the annual SHOT Show in Las Vegas, the Deer & Deer Hunting team is scouring the floors of the massive Shooting, Hunting and Outdoors Trade event where some of the best deer hunting gear for 2015 is making its debut this week. When it comes to game cameras, deer...

Deer Talk Now: Great Game Camera Tips for Deer Hunters

Deer season has ended in some parts of the country and still is going on in others, but it’s not too early to start thinking about off-season camera surveys. Planning ahead now is the best way to get a jump on next season. When you’re trying to get the best information...

Quality Deer Management Includes Surveys with Best Game Cameras

Have you begun your off-season quality deer management surveys to keep tabs on whitetail deer, turkeys, predators and what’s happening before hunting season arrives? If not, now is definitely the time to start making some serious plans for mineral licks, camera sites and recon efforts. Habits and movement will change before...

Deer Talk Now: We’re Celebrating With Your Hunting Questions!

Wooohoo! Deer Talk Now, sponsored by Federal Premium Ammo, is celebrating its 100th episode and we’re throwing the big par-tay with your fantastic questions about deer hunting! When Deer Talk Now was first conceived three years ago, the format was pretty basic: Have expert deer hunters, land managers, biologists, company representatives...