Cold Fronts are Helpful
This past week was characterized by a mid-October cold front that passed through much of the central part of the U.S. Buck activity really spurred up after the two weeks of warm days.
Episode 8: Cold Fronts
Watch our American Hunter Whitetail Season insights with Bill Winke - Episode 8: Cold Fronts
Whitetail Season: Late Season Cold Fronts
Watch the American Hunter crew explore Whitetail Season: Late Season Cold Fronts
New from Cold Steel
Showmanship can go a long way at a show like the 143rd NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, and few companies brought as much energy as Cold Steel. Oh, and they've got some very nice blades, too.
Learn about hammer forging and how it makes a difference when it comes to your rifle's barrel.
3 Layering Systems for the Late Season
It's down to the wire, and the only way to fill that whitetail tag burning a hole in your pocket is to get out there and hunt. Here are three layering systems for the late season that will keep you in the game as Old Man Winter tries to keep you indoors.
Extreme-Weather Gun Care
Late-season hunting usually means extreme weather, and that can be rough on your rifle. Weather attacks generally come in two forms: temperature and moisture. Address these issues and you have most potential problems under control.
Know-How: Stop Geese Cold
Hunt cold-weather water sources and your late-season success on geese could heat up dramatically.
To the Coldest Goes the Spoils
South Dakota is famous for a raucous motorcycle rally, Mt. Rushmore and pheasant hunting. But in the author’s mind it’s a world-class destination for high-odds whitetail hunting—if you don’t overthink it.
Make the Most of October Cold Fronts
It may start to feel like fall this month, but many deer hunters still find little to no luck in the woods. Here’s how to make the most of your time when the rut is still weeks away.