With proper handling, you can be assured that the venison you feed your friends and family is wholesome and safe.
When you master a routine for reducing human odor, you soon realize you have the edge to increase your success in the field.
Brad Fenson tells an incredible story, demonstrating why hunters could consider giving up some speed in favor of more penetration and silence.
Mock scrapes can be a year-round communication center for whitetails and are usually found in the same place from year to year.
The SEVR Titanium 2.1 broadhead uses the exact same head for practicing and hunting, so you can know exactly where it flies out of your bow. Check out its other killer features. DDH Innovation Zone. Season 5. Episode 25.
Here is one of the best venison recipes we have seen in quite a while: Venison rouladen! Rouladen (or Rinderrouladen) is an Old World German dish. Is consists of bacon, onions, mustard and pickles, wrapped in a thin slice of meat. Modern folks often use beef, but the dish is originally believed to have been […]
Fiber optic sights are growing in popularity with deer hunters who use shotgun slug guns for whitetails thanks to the clear sight lines to the target.
Most deer hunters try rattling for the first time using a set of shed antlers they found in the field. Improving these to get the best rattling antlers is relatively easy to do.
Rattling is often misunderstood by hunters who have heard too many myths. Here’s one hunter’s counter-argument to those myths about rattling up bucks.
Bow sights are critical to success, especially with spot-and-stalk tactics for white-tailed or mule deer where you must have immediate feedback for the best shot.