Deer Talk Now: The REAL Top 10 List of Best Deer Hunting States

When it comes to discussing the best and worst states for deer hunting, don’t rely on anecdotes and coffee shop chatter when you can get the facts on deer and deer hunting in the United States!

From North to South, Dan Schmidt reveals the Top 10-plus deer hunting states and explains why they’re that strong in this epic episode of Deer Talk Now. Learn more about deer behavior, distribution and hunter success rates for the top states.

Is your state on the list? Do you think it should be?

Bonus: The Worst Deer Hunting States in America and the Top 3 Underrated States. Also, what is the dirty little secret in Texas? Add your deer hunting insights by clicking on the comment button below!

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One thought on “Deer Talk Now: The REAL Top 10 List of Best Deer Hunting States

  1. Face

    Later you say that Iowa, Kansas and Kentucky have 21 million acres of forested land, yet the graphic on the screen shows 21 BILLION! Another correction to be made.

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