Northeast

Articles about whitetail deer hunting for hunters in states including Maine, New York and other New England states.

Scoring deer Jawbone Michigan DNR

WATCH: Learn to Age Deer with Their Jawbone

One of the most asked questions deer hunters pose to themselves when they see a buck or doe, or ask other hunters at the skinning shed, is common throughout the country. “How old is it?” Determining age in a deer isn’t impossible and is a good part of your management program. Pulling the jawbone...

INNOVATION  Summit Safety Harnesses

D+DH Innovation Zone: Summit Pro, Sport Harnesses

Exclusive insights into the most innovative products for deer hunters. Beth Jones with Pradco gives us the skinny on the new Summit Stands Pro and Sport safety harnesses. They’re designed for comfort and, most importantly, safety. Both are priced right, too, so you don’t have any reason whatsoever to not wear a safety harness....

INNOVATION TruGlo XS Xtreme sight

D+DH Innovation Zone: TruGlo Carbon XS Xtreme

You asked, and TruGlo listened. The new Carbon XS Xtreme is the next generation carbon composite archery sight for any aspiring bowhunter. TruGlo added more shooter-suggested features than ever before, including a longer mounting bracket, extended windage and elevation adjustments, larger aperture and Pro-Brite Pin Technology for even brighter pins. With a little bit of everything, Carbon...

EHD Deer dissection

WATCH: What You Should Know About EHD

Deer hunters know a lot but always can learn more, which is where advice and knowledge from experienced folks pays off. What do you know about epizootic hemorrhagic disease? It’s one of several hot topic diseases in deer that hunters know of but often don’t know much about. Here’s a description of EHD from...

TED in his plaid jacket and whompin stick

Celebrating the Special Human and Spiritual Bonds

In my last deeranddeerhunting.com NugeBlog#146 last week, I celebrated the incredible and very special human and spiritual bond shared by our fellow hunting families across America, and in fact, according to a few million facebookers, far across the globe. We of the hunting lifestyle who dedicate ourselves to genuine hands-on conservation and natural world...

GEAR   Bartylla Management Habitat Book

Hot Gear: The Best Deer Management and Hunting Strategies

As any seasoned hunter knows, many variables go into tagging a buck of a lifetime but there is one factor that perhaps outweighs all others – habitat. White-tailed Deer Management and Habitat Improvement gives hunters and property owners the tools required to make their land veritable deer factories. Drawing upon Steve Bartylla’s 20-plus years of...

INNOVATION   NAP SpitFire DoubleCross

D+DH Innovation Zone: NAP Spitfire DoubleCross Broadhead

Exclusive insights into the most innovative products for deer hunters. The new 100-grain SpitFire DoubleCross from New Archery Products is a high-tech four-blade broadhead that creates a devastating wound channel. Chris Hunter explains how this broadhead works to create massive hemorrhaging in deer and other game.From the producers of Deer & Deer Hunting TV...

TED  with boys and bear

Rejoice the Spirit Brotherhood!

Matt and Albert are playing a game of billiards here at the Dyer BearCamp wilderness lodge in New Brunswick, Canada. Matt from Pennsylvania is 17 and Albert from New Jersey is 13. They are good boys and here hunting bear with us along with a camp full of wonderful families. As I have always...

Remington

Bicentennial Edition of Remington Country Joins Pursuit Channel on Sunday Nights

Remington Country, a pioneering television series that first achieved national broadcast status in the late 1990s, will continue its long-running legacy this fall on the Pursuit Channel. With a renewed emphasis on North American game – pursued largely by outdoors enthusiasts intrinsic to America’s most iconic hunting and firearms brand – Remington Country will...

Grilled venison with fresh veggies and maybe a light dash of your favorite marinade is an easy, delicious way to enjoy your hunting success.

Your Best Recipes Aren’t Always Cast in Stone

Messing around with pots, pans, the stove and cookbooks apparently is something that I’ve been doing ever since I was a wee tot old enough to pull a chair up to the counter. My late mother used to tell me a story about finding me one morning at the kitchen stove making breakfast. I...