If you read the work of a lot of deer hunting writers, you might get the impression they always make the correct decisions. I’m not one of those guys.
Crazy weather didn’t stop the central Wisconsin deer hunting duo of Holly Sherman and her son, Ian, from filling the family’s freezers in back-to-back sits.
Mature bucks are wary and often travel at night or early to avoid danger and hunters. Here are some top tips on how to successfully hunt nocturnal bucks.
Deer & Deer Hunting Editor-in-Chief Dan Schmidt provides insights on what makes a deer hunt truly memorable for whitetail bowhunters and gun hunters.
Autumn and deer season have arrived! It’s deer camp 24/7, 365 in our house, and celebrating hunting successes are what we need more of each day.
There are no easy answers with CWD. We, the deer hunting community, need to take the disease seriously, and our state and national leaders need to to sharpen strategies, grow broader shoulders and stop messing around with superfluous "solutions" such as urine bans.
Without a doubt, rubs are the king of deer sign and many hunters actively look for rubs and rub lines while scouting and hunting whitetails.
We all love big bucks because they certainly are smart, crafty and majestic. But truth be told, they have nothing on wise, old does. Hunting them is tough.
Will a Canadian study about the effects of chronic wasting disease affect how hunters view whitetail deer hunting and eating deer meat?
Whitetail Wisdom blog by Dan Schmidt: If the past several winters have taught us anything, it should be that habitat is the trump card in any discussion on white-tailed deer management. It should teach us all that, but it won’t. Warm weather has returned, and we’re back to squabbling about...