Archive for deer hunting

Episode 3: Where Did the Deer Come From?

Episode 3: Where Did the Deer Come From?

September 20, 2012

Episode 2: Homebodies or Roamers

Episode 2: Homebodies or Roamers

September 20, 2012

Are Shotguns Safer Than Rifles?

This commonly held belief is why some states ban rifles for hunting; But the facts might surprise them.

August 23, 2012

Rage Broadheads

By Paul Rackley

In the process of testing the Barnett Ghost 400, I’ve had a couple of opportunities to hunt urban deer with a depredation permit. It’s been difficult to find time to go hunting, with family obligations and the extreme heat that has been plaguing the country this year. The few times I have been able to climb in a stand, I have come up with a big zero.

August 23, 2012

You Shot a Deer: Now What?

Okay, you shot a deer. Now what should you do? What if there's a problem? Bill Winke has the answer.

August 15, 2012

Entry and Exit Strategies for Big Bucks

The route you choose to and from your stand can make or break a season. Bill Winke has some advice for selecting the best possible routes.

July 27, 2012

Patterning a Buck? No Problem.

Trail cameras and other innovations have made patterning a buck easier than ever.

June 18, 2012

Millennium's L200 and L220 Double Ladder Stands

New double stands from Millennium allow hunters to share the experience with family and friends.

June 07, 2012

The T100 From Millennium Treestands

A mobile tripod, the T100 is durable, comfortable and one of the lightest models on the market.

May 03, 2012

Summit Announces New Viper Treestands

The new Viper Elite SD and Viper Specialists SD are improvements on the company's popular Viper line.

May 03, 2012

My First Whitetail: Virginia Five-Point

A first-ever whitetail hunt resulted in not only a respectable five-point, but also some valuable hunting lessons.

March 07, 2012

Episode 24: Last Chance

Bill wraps up the season and the final episode with a look back at his goals for the season, and one final opportunity in the field.

February 09, 2012

Episode 21: Plans for a Giant

By setting his ground blind and studying trail camera footage, Bill lays the groundwork to take a late-season buck he's been watching very closely this season.

December 20, 2011

Do You Need a 40-Yard Pin?

By Bob Robb

Bowhunting is a game conducive to thick cover, tight quarters and close shots. That most bowhunters set their stands for in-your-face encounters is highlighted by a survey I saw recently. This study asked archery pro shop owners—guys and gals who speak with thousands of customers annually about deer hunting—about what hunters had to say about their shots at deer. The survey showed that the average bow shot at white-tailed deer is somewhere between 21 and 25 yards.

December 15, 2011