Archive for Hunting Tips

Shooting at Deer from Different Angles

Shooting at Deer from Different Angles

Posted On: June 01, 2012

At the end of every hunting season, we hear stories from hunters who lament that they hit a [...]

Recovering Wounded Animals – Part II

Recovering Wounded Animals – Part II

Posted On: May 09, 2012

As long as I can see a blood trail, providing I can determine the wound is at least [...]

Recovering Wounded Animals – Part I

Recovering Wounded Animals – Part I

Posted On: May 09, 2012

If I were to start a sentence describing what wounded game does, the only word I could not [...]

Calling All Deer – Part II

Calling All Deer – Part II

Posted On: March 21, 2012

Of the three types of calling I refer to, reaction calling may be the hardest to understand and [...]

Calling All Deer – Part I

Calling All Deer – Part I

Posted On: March 21, 2012

When a hunter buys a deer call, walks into the woods and starts calling, it is about like [...]

Health Benefits of Wild Game

Health Benefits of Wild Game

Posted On: March 05, 2012

If you are a hunter, chances are that you love to eat the fruits of your hunt. While [...]

Five Reasons to Take Your Son Hunting

Five Reasons to Take Your Son Hunting

Posted On: February 26, 2012

In the rush to get out of the house and into the deer stand, sometimes hunters can forget [...]

A Complete Look at Rattling – Part III

A Complete Look at Rattling – Part III

Posted On: February 26, 2012

Now it is a street fight. Now the gloves come off. If you have ever heard an all-out [...]

A Complete Look at Rattling – Part II

A Complete Look at Rattling – Part II

Posted On: February 26, 2012

If the sparring stage of antler engagement can be likened to two young kids on a grade school [...]

A Complete Look at Rattling – Part I

A Complete Look at Rattling – Part I

Posted On: February 26, 2012

There is nothing new about rattling for whitetail deer. Once thought to only be effective only in Texas, [...]