Making Sense of Scents
Using scent is common during the rut. Many of my buddies swear by various forms of doe-in-estrous scents and would probably be more comfortable on stand if they forgot their rangefinder than their favorite scent.
Scents for Coyotes?
Being a dyed-in-the-wool bowhunter means I am always worried about something smelling me. This is not something that needs telling to serious predator guys, but just a way of explaining how, many moons ago I started using Wildlife Research Center’s Scent Killer scent-eliminating sprays, shower products and laundry soaps.
Gun Control in the 1750s
Many of us feel that gun control began as a 20th century issue. However, I attended a lecture today at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyo. that put forth a different perspective.
Whitetail Season: Scent Control Waders
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CCI Segmented Hollow Point
Here's a subsonic .22 LR load from CCI that's death on small game and pests.
Bloomberg Wages War on NRA
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will spend $50 million to spread his gun-control agenda across the country with his newly formed group, Everytown for Gun Safety.
Game Profiles: The Wild Boar
As America’s top conservationists, we recognize that few species need to be managed more than the wild pig. This non-native, invasive animal matures at 6 months of age, reproduces at alarming rates, has no natural predators, eats almost anything and thrives in any habitat.
Beat Thermals and Tag More Deer
Thermals aren't as predictable as they may seem. Consider these factors when choosing a stand location for whitetail deer on hillsides and other slopes.
How Bucks Get Whiffs of Us
There are too many variables with wind and terrain to explore here, but if you apply these general rules to your woods you’ll see the places where, though they might have a lot of sign, the winds aren’t stable enough to hunt.
Deer Defense Shield: Same Senses, Different Reactions
Researchers can dissect and explain the whitetail’s great eyes, ears and nose, but no amount of data can explain how and why each deer responds so differently to what it sees, hears and smells.