When you're ready for winter to end so you can get out and hunt for deer antler sheds, you want to make sure that you don't waste precious miles and time searching in the wrong areas. Be sure to read through these 10 deer antler shed hunting tips from an expert...
For America’s hardcore DIY deer hunters, it’s time to roll up the sleeves and get to work — post-season scouting, planting food plots, repairing equipment. Also, in this issue, Deer & Deer Hunting pays tribute to the man who taught us much of what we know about white-tailed deer, Charlie Alsheimer.
To find more shed whitetail antlers you need to look in antler-hot locations where deer will frequent or use going from one spot to another. Here are five top areas to snoop for more bone in your backpack.
Bucks and does of all ages are readily attracted to man-made signposts, but what else can these fake rubs tell hunters about whitetail behavior?
The critical key to good surveillance with your game cameras is preventing deer from even realizing they’re being monitored.
Scouting for sign after hunting seasons expire makes good sense because it’s less intrusive, and all of the telltale indicators that mark deer activity during the fall — including the rut — are still highly visible.
It pays to scout and hunt unlikely areas! Here are 6 great tips about how rifle hunters can pluck monster bucks from unsightly, overlooked real estate.
Rifle hunters who want to up the odds of punching their early season whitetail tags should key in on these top five locations.
Everyone loves to pick up a big shed whitetail antler during a cabin-fever hike, but if you’re a hunter don’t ignore the smoking-hot evidence in the whitetail woods. You can cure cabin fever and scout your whitetail property simultaneously for a hunting season jumpstart.
If you want to find more shed antlers you have to search where whitetails congregate and you need to put boots on the ground. In addition to these two simple elements you can up your antler game and gain by incorporating a common piece of hunting equipment. No, it’s not an...