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.
Cartridges that start with “.35” have never really caught on in America, but one stamped “Whelen” is enjoying a resurgence in popularity among hunters.
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.