Archive for deer

Deer in the Long Grass

Pockets of plum hold prairie mule deer and whitetails—a few little ones. For more bucks and big antlers, look in the grass.

October 29, 2013

Hunt Bucks as Individuals

Using his personal property as a laboratory to study individual buck behavior, the author has made some eye-popping discoveries. Even if the area you hunt is nothing like his, his findings might help you better understand your quarry.

October 29, 2013

Deer Hunting: When to Get Aggressive

When the rut is in full swing and the bucks are moving that doesn't mean it's time to sit in your stand and passively wait. Use these tips to help you get aggressive with bucks this season.

October 29, 2013

Gear for Deer

Here's the latest deer gear you'll want to check out for hunting season direct from the pages of American Hunter magazine.

October 14, 2013

Can You Keep Deer From Wiping Out A Food Plot?

So you're trying to develop a food plot, but the local whitetail are tearing it up before its ready. Is the anything you can do? The BullShooters have an answer.

August 24, 2013

Keep 'Em Where You Want 'Em with the Mineral Mizer Bag

The Mineral Mizer bag is simple to fill with the mineral of your choice. You then hang it, wet it and leave it.

August 16, 2013

Leave Them Alone

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June 26, 2013

Don't Do That Where You Eat

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June 04, 2013

Best Places to Hunt Record Whitetail

If you want to book a trip that could end with you tagging a true trophy buck, you need to do your homework. Which states and provinces rank tops for producing record bucks? The proof is in the B&C records.

April 12, 2013

Bushnell/Primos "The Truth" Rangefinder

We're huge fans of Bushnell's line of laser rangefinders and, apparently, Primos is, too, as the companies have partnered to create "The Truth" laser rangefinder. Rainproof, compact and accurate up to 850 yards, the unit features Bushnell's Angle Range Compensation, which helps archers to use the correct pin regardless of their shot angle.

January 17, 2013

Moultrie P-150 Panoramic Trail Camera

Moultrie has unveiled the P-150 Panoramic trail camera, one of the most unique and innovative devices of its kinds to hit the market in the last few years. The design involves three infrared motion sensors and a moving lens that travels from one side to the other, covering a 150-degree area. According to Moultrie, the camera will photograph three times the area of the average trail camera.

January 16, 2013

Intracranial Abscessation in Deer

By Bob Robb

During this year’s whitetail rut, perhaps you observed a buck fight. While most “fights” are just pushing and shoving matches often involving young bucks that don’t even know they are bucks yet, others are very aggressive encounters. Older, mature bucks do get after it and sometimes those fights can be quite vicious. However, they seldom kill each other. True, there are the rare occasions when bucks get their antlers locked and deaths occur, but most of the time the bigger bucks just put their heads together and do some major pushing and shoving. Seldom will deaths occur, at least not at the time of the fight.

December 10, 2012

Whitetail Season: Late Season Patterning

Whitetail Season: Late Season Patterning

December 04, 2012

January Bowhunting in Arizona

By Bob Robb

It’s getting to be a lot like Christmas—or so the song goes. If you are an enterprising bowhunter who is still looking for an incredible western opportunity where you can buy a license and tag over-the-counter and hunt the entire month, look no further than southern Arizona.

December 04, 2012