Here's the gear you'll need before hitting the deer woods this season.
Whitetail Institute Ravish Radish
Ideal for late-summer planting, this food-plot mix is packed full of proprietary radish varieties that germinate quickly and produce highly attractive forage to bring deer in and keep them on your property through the prime fall and winter months; 5- and 10-pound bags available. MSRP: $39.98-$79.96; whitetailinstitute.com.
Millennium Q200 Buck Hut Shooting House
With an interior spanning 7 feet tall and over 7 feet wide, the Q200 has ample room for bow and rifle hunters, sitting or standing. Heavy-duty waterproof soft shell keeps elements out and scent in. Each window sports an adjustable-height shooting rest; 500-pound max weight. MSRP: $699; millenniumstands.com.
Outdoor Edge JaegerPair Knives
Carry the fixed-blade, full-tang knives that deer hunters need most—a drop-point and a gutting blade—all in a lightweight, 8.5-ounce package. Made from heat-treated stainless steel, blades measure just under 4 inches. Blaze-orange rubberized handles provide a sure grip. Nylon sheath included. MSRP: $33.95; outdooredge.com.
Tenzing Hangtime Day Pack
Rigid shell holds its shape and provides easy access to your gear whether it’s hung high in a tree or seated next to you in a ground blind. Features include a 750-cubic-inch main compartment, multiple pockets, quiver attachment points, ambidextrous bow carrier and a bow and gun boot. MSRP: $199.99; tenzingoutdoors.com.
Wildgame Innovations Insite Cell Trail Cam
With the Insite Cell you can receive pictures instantly on your iOS or Android device on any network, anywhere in the USA. Captures HD video and 32 MP images. Features half-second trigger speed, dual cameras for day and night, invisible Infrared LED flash and livestream connectivity. MSRP: $149.99; wildgameinnovations.com.