Autumn food plots, including mast tree such as chestnuts, are great ways to provide extra food to deer and wildlife through winter when sources get scarce.
Whitetail deer management can be challenging. Can you produce heavy-racked bucks without knowing precisely how many deer are on your land?
Believe it or not, many old truisms, proverbs and old-time sayings teach valuable lessons when farming for wildlife such as whitetail deer.
Evidence indicates that summer food stress can contribute to unusually high white-tailed deer newborn fawn mortality often mistakenly credited to predation.
Expressing your opinions to state wildlife officials can give them valuable insight to what's going on in the public and help drive management decisions.
By creating a definitive bedding area, you are likely to hold big bucks on the property and have a better idea of where they will be during hunting season.
Through habitat management, careful selection and hinge cutting trees, one Midwest hunter is creating great buck bedding areas that help keep deer on his property and provide great hunting locations during the season. You can create these on your property, too.
White-tailed deer populations are on the decline nationwide. Although the reasons vary regionally, some experts suggest diseases such as chronic wasting disease (CWD) are a contributing factor — at least in specific areas.
Ted Nugent believes introducing youngsters to the fun and safe practices of firearms requires maturity from parent and child to ensure a successful outcome.