Public land deer hunting is tough, but these must-know tips by Daniel E. Schmidt will help you beat the pressure and up your odds.
“Deer Talk Now” is an exclusive DDH web show that focuses on a variety of great topics of interest to deer hunters everywhere.
“Deer Talk Now” was the first web show produced by Deer & Deer Hunting and airs each Thursday on deeranddeerhunting.com. The show is hosted by Deer & Deer Hunting editor Daniel Schmidt, who brings years of experience to each episode.
What will you find on “Deer Talk Now”? Everything from deer behavior, biology and research to management and shooting tactics centered on archery, crossbow, rifle, shotgun and muzzleloading deer hunters. You’ll also learn about new products and how to use and understand them to help your deer hunting. “Deer Talk Now” is one of most popular online hunting shows on the web, with an average viewership of more than 160,000 viewers per week.
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These three proven deer hunting tips from Editor-in-Chief Dan Schmidt will help you beat that pressure and be more successful on public hunting land.
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