Our deer hunting lifestyle should be cherished and shared with everyone in the fraternity, and not a selfish competition that divides us.
One of the easiest things deer hunters can do to remain safe in stands is to wear a fall restraint safety harness and use a lifeline attached to the tree.
Nothing compares to the Magic Hour for deer hunters. During those 60 minutes of the day, we know we’re in for something unpredictable.
A new initiative from the Boone & Crockett Club called Hunt Fair Chase urges hunters to pursue fair chase hunting in all situations.
Venison sausage, gumbo, etouffee and a cold beverage ... man, you're talking about the best of life right there no matter what time of year!
Mature bucks are wary and often travel at night or early to avoid danger and hunters. Here are some top tips on how to successfully hunt nocturnal bucks.
Ground blind hunting is among the coolest and most effective ways to pursue deer, but there are aspects of using the stealthy setups that must be kept in mind to get the most out of them.
Different species, even closely related ones, are normally kept from crossbreeding by geographical isolation but whitetail and mule deer are unique.
One of the questions deer hunters ask most frequently when they see a buck or doe, either out in the field or at the skinning shed, is "How old is it?"