The off-season is the best time to get out in the woods and look for deer sign. Here’s some of the bounty you can find.
Spring is arriving in the Southeast in fits, with temperatures in the upper 70s and mild nights giving way to the occasional blast of chilly lows in the 30s or 40s. by Alan Clemons For our friends in the upper Midwest and Northeast, well, I can’t say we feel your pain. We don’t know...
Using bait while deer hunting is legal in more than one-half of the states with huntable whitetail populations. Each year, hunters literally spend millions of dollars annually on corn, apples, carrots, pumpkins, sugar beets, sweet potatoes and just about anything else deer will eat. As the editor of one of largest deer hunting magazines...
Anyone can place a trail camera and hope for the best. It takes real sportsmanship to recognize where to set up for mature bucks. Brad Rucks has the insights critical to maximizing your trail cam investment.
Watch this video and decide for yourself whether trail cameras spook deer.
See game clearly with the Moultrie Game Spy D40 4.0 MegaPixels Digital Game Camera Combo.
The Moultrie I40 4MP IR uses 72 LED emitters to make day and night video clips, and has the best battery life on the market!
To take a census of deer on your property, you will need trail cameras, bait, time and these seven tips from Dick Scorzafava and Walt Larsen.
Stop looking for the perfect tree to mount your trail cameras! The AT-5 Trail Camera Support allows you to mount your camera on any tree or fence post.
Many times, there is not a suitable tree where we want to place our trail cameras. The AT-5 solves this issue.