Whitetail hunting

Enhance your whitetail hunting skills with these essential tips and tricks. Discover proven techniques to increase your chances of a successful hunt and make the most out of your time in the wilderness.
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Sometimes, whether you're stuck in an early-fall lull before the rut kicks in or dealing with ghost bucks that seem to move solely at night, the only way to get a shot at a giant is to push him to another hunter. Drives with a bow can work--and work well--but it takes a different approach from the typically loud and aggressive orange-army pushes more common to gun season. Try these two- and three-man deer drives the next time that big boy won't cooperate by walking by of his own volition…

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Kaye Hende
In the pages of whitetail hunting history, there is no doubt the Luke Brewster buck is something incredibly special. The antlers of this once-in-a-lifetime deer sported 39 scorable points, with all the width, mass, and spread a hunter could ever hope for. This animal took the bowhunting world by storm when it was harvested in […] The post The Luke Brewster Buck: The Archery Non-Typical World Record appeared first on Wide Open Spaces. Hunting, Deer Hunters, North American, Whitetail Hunting, Buck, Whitetail Deer, Bow Hunting, Hunter, Archery World

In the pages of whitetail hunting history, there is no doubt the Luke Brewster buck is something incredibly special. The antlers of this once-in-a-lifetime deer sported 39 scorable points, with all the width, mass, and spread a hunter could ever hope for. This animal took the bowhunting world by storm when it was harvested in […] The post The Luke Brewster Buck: The Archery Non-Typical World Record appeared first on Wide Open Spaces.

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Teach Your Dog To Find Sheds | Field & Stream Labrador, Deer, Dogs, Hunting, Canine, Gatos, Perros, Gun Dog, Labrador Retriever

As the owner of Ventosa Kennel (ventosakennel.com) in Scotland Neck, N.C., Tracy Bowling specializes in prepping dogs for police work. And that happens to make him pretty well suited for training shed dogs, too. "Training for narcotics or bomb detection is different--but not different at all than for shed detection," says Bowling. While there are plenty of decent shed dogs that have been trained casually in backyards, Bowling feels most amateurs take the wrong approach. Here's how Bowling…

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Danielle Parscal Bowser