Late-season bucks are simple to pattern. Spend your winter afternoons bundled up near a high-calorie food source, and you'll be piling them up in not time.
Without standing crops to watch over, late-season deer hunting can be about as fruitless as a white oak in winter. When cold weather and wary deer make you want to give in, bundle up and try these tactics.
Cartridges that start with “.35” have never really caught on in America, but one stamped “Whelen” is enjoying a resurgence in popularity among hunters.