The ideal strategy for bagging a gobbler is being at the right place at the right time. Here’s why that time might be hours later than you think.
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.
When things don’t work out at dawn or if you can’t make it to the woods until midday, knowing a bird’s daily routine will help you plan an attack at any hour—right up until last light.
Dawn and dusk have magic, but you may well score on big game more often at midday.
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.