whitetail deer hunting

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Happy Independence Day EveryDay to Deerhunters Everywhere

The way I see it, a 4th of July celebration at deeranddeerhunting.com must be a very special Independence Day celebration by those of us that live the ultimate independent lifestyle. Afterall, which culture of man could function more independently than a ruggedly individual deerhunter, driven by instinct and vision to remain hands-on, down and...

GEB Deer in clover plot 2

Grow ‘em Big with the Best Clover Food Plot Tactics

Whitetail deer love clover and it’s not difficult to create a fantastic food plot full of delicious clover they will enjoy and benefit from for years. What is the best food plot for deer? It very well could be clover, because clover is easily digestible and has a high protein content. The best thing...

Ruger Gunsite Scout Composite Rifle

Products in Action: Ruger Gunsite Composite Scout Rifle for Deer Hunting

Ruger’s Gunsite Scout Rifle was designed to be an all-around gun that anyone could use for self-defense, hunting or target shooting, and chambered in .308 it’s more than enough to take down deer and big game. This year Ruger is offering the lightweight composite version, which shaves weight while retaining the durability and accuracy...

Venison Kababs

You Must Try These Jamaican Venison Kebabs With a Jerk Kick

Our friends at Food for Hunters have what looks like a stupendously easy venison dish to prepare for a weekend hangout with friends and family. Kebabs are simple, everyone likes them or some variation and if you have someone who’s not into beef or venison then chicken can be substituted. Heck, make some of...

Dr Jim Brauker with poison ivy

Hey Deer Hunters, Does Poison Ivy Drive You Crazy?

I don’t know how many times I’ve had poison ivy over the years but I’m fortunate that it’s not as bad as some folks I’ve seen who must be more sensitive to it. I’ve never really had such a terrible case, at least that I can recall, that it would scare children or make...

Steve Bartylla's Big Buck Secrets provides years of knowledge, experience and great insights about scouting, hunting and killing big bucks.

Steve Bartylla’s Pick of the Day: Big Buck Secrets

While there is a wealth of available knowledge on hunting trophy bucks, very little of this information actually comes from someone who hunts in the same places, or even the same conditions, as their audience. Because of this disparity, it often becomes unrealistic to follow this type of how-to information, as little of it...

Ted and Toby Nugent with a super bear! Predators, indeed!

Turn Up The Nature Radar to be a Deadlier Predator

I cannot imagine anything in life much more inspiring than being welcomed into the lives and families of US Military warriors. Since the 1960s, I have been immensely blessed and humbled to be invited to share campfires with these heroes and their families, and I have learned much about how quality of life comes...

James Card's pick of the day is the versatile Super Hot Ma-Mah deer call.

James Card’s Pick of the Day: Super Hot Ma-Mah Call

When you need a versatile deer call to use throughout the season, you’ll want one that is proven in real-world hunting experiences and will work for bucks and does. James Card, editor of Trapper & Predator Caller, reaches for the Super Hot Ma-Mah call to make realistic sounds that get the attention of deer in...

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DDH Hot Pick: the Celestron FireCel

Deer & Deer Hunting Editor-in-Chief Dan Schmidt has seen a lot of hunting items over the years — and by a lot we mean thousands, just roughly estimating — but one palm-sized piece of hunting gear caught his eye like no other. The Celestron FireCel is a really cool combination of an adjustable light...

With ladder stands it's best to have a buddy to help you get them put up, especially with some of the 2-man stands that are heavier or taller. Be safe!

Deer Talk Now: How to Set Up a Ladder Stand Safely for Deer Hunting

Hunting deer and other big game animals from elevated stands is nothing new, with Native Americans and pioneers utilizing bluffs, trees and other perches to see animals approaching. But today we have the incredible luxury of sturdy metals, weather-resistant seats that are comfortable, and the ability to put these ladder stands pretty much wherever...