Deer & Deer Hunting heads down South to see what makes the Auburn University Deer Lab one of the most advanced deer research facilities in the country.
“Deer & Deer Hunting TV” is now in its 15th season, and this year promises to be our best to date. Show hosts Dan Schmidt, Gordy Krahn, Steve Bartylla, Mark Kayser and hunters like you will bring incredible depth, insight and experience from their decades of hunting to viewers.
But the deer still are the stars of the show. Incredible footage of deer behavior, biology, research and management will help you not only better understand why deer do what they do, but gain a deeper understanding of how to hunt whitetails where you live. We’ll also have our exclusive rut predictions and guides for predicting peak rutting times in the North and South.
“Deer & Deer Hunting TV” is the thinking man’s guide to whitetail hunting, teaching, entertaining and informing hunters on proven strategies, hot trends and new equipment. Catch “Deer & Deer Hunting TV“ as part of Deer & Deer Hunting’s Saturday Night Deer Camp on Pursuit Channel. Tune in at 10 p.m. EST on Saturdays, 9:30 a.m. EST Mondays, 12:30 a.m. EST on Wednesdays and 9:30 a.m. EST on Sundays, and also watch on DeerandDeerHunting.com, the DDH Facebook Page and YouTube.
When managing land for deer, there are a lot of factors to keep tabs on. Here are a few of the most common items that land managers tend to overlook.
How many fawns are being eaten by bears, bobcats, wolves and coyotes? Dan Schmidt, Mark Kayser and the deer researchers at Auburn University provide expert insights.
Real-world hunting is all about perspective, humility and a dose of wide-eyed enthusiasm.
Mark Kayser lets us in on his tips and tricks for spot and stalk hunting in Wyoming.
The more you know about whitetail dispersal, the better prepared you will be when it’s time to manage the herd.
The best shot for both bow and crossbow hunting all depends on the situation.
A look at how nutrition plays a role in whitetail health, but also how bucks and does live differently on the landscape.
Antler asymmetry: What causes it, is it genetic, and will a buck grow out of it? Find out on this week’s episode of Deer & Deer Hunting TV.
Shake these five bad habits, and you’ll see more deer, bag more deer and have a lot more fun during hunting season.