whitetail deer hunting

Steve Bartylla has several great tips for land and whitetail management he'll share on Deer & Deer Hunting TV.

Great Tips About How to Lease Your Own Hunting Property

If you’ve ever considered leasing your own property for hunting, this week’s all-new Deer & Deer Hunting TV is must-watch television. Airing this Sunday on NBC Sports, the latest Deer & Deer Hunting TV will guide viewers through the ins and outs of finding, signing and managing leased ground. For viewers interested in leasing options, hunting expert Steve...

Holly Sherman is all smiles after recovering her first bow-buck earlier this week in central Wisconsin. (photo courtesy of Lon Sherman)

The Best Blood-Trailing Advice of All

The best blood trailing advice I could ever offer anyone was reaffirmed by my friend Lon yesterday when he was helping track a deer shot by his daughter-in-law. That advice is simple: Never, ever give up on a deer that you know you shot. By Daniel E. Schmidt Sounds simple enough, but I’ve seen...

Mossy Oak Bowhunting Video Buck

Incredibly Awesome Bow Hunting Shots on Big Bucks

If you’re not out in the woods hunting or in the yard practicing your shooting, you’re likely thinking about deer, bows, hunting or everything! Scratch your hunting itch by watching this fantastic compilation of bowhunting shots from Mossy Oak and their crack crew of videographers. You’ll see some monster bucks, cool bucks, great scenery...

Monster velvet buck reportedly killed in Minnesota and it's a freak!

Gigantic Velvet Buck is a Jaw-Dropping Stunner

Big buck reports are rolling in from all parts of the country as deer seasons open, and we’re starting to see some magnificent deer that make our jaws drop! This one is definitely in that category. We’re still trying to find out more information about the hunter and the buck. Internet chatter and social...

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Centerfire Rifles Proposed in What State for Deer?

For years, deer hunters in some states have been required to use archery equipment, slug guns or muzzleloaders because state officials deemed centerfire rifles a problem and prohibited them. The potential distance of a centerfire rifle bullet was cause for concern yet, in more populated Southeast states the rifles were the accepted hunting weapon....

Famars USA Predatore Hunting Knife

Product of the Day: Famar’s USA Predatore Hunting Knife

Having a great hunting knife is a genuine plus when you’re in the field or at camp because you never know when you’ll need one. When you need it, it’s great. When you don’t have one, that’s when you’re frustrated and trying to make do with something that may not work as effectively. Famar’s...

The High Tail folds into one compact bundle, making it highly portable.

Hunting Solo? Take the Hassle Out of Field Dressing

  Although nothing beats the camaraderie of hunting with family and friends, I honestly don’t mind hunting alone. In fact, I kind of like it. It provides me with ample time to de-stress, and there’s nothing quite like the quiet time. However, when the real work begins — like field-dressing a deer — it...

Giant buck

Signpost Secrets: Probing the Mysteries of Whitetail Rubs

  Cervids (members of the deer family) living in open country, such as elk and mule deer, rely heavily upon visual displays and vocalizations when communicating information of social significance. In contrast, forest-dwelling white-tailed deer more commonly use glandular secretions and scent-marking, especially in conjunction with antler rubs and ground scrapes, commonly referred to...