Monster Buck in Illinois
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When hanging trail cameras on deer trails, set them up at a 45 degree angle to the trail. This will allow more time for your camera to capture a picture. Also, scuff up the ground as to make a mini mock scrape in front of the camera, this is usually enough to make a buck stop and investigate giving you a clear shot of the deer on camera.
Ticks, we all hate them!
We all hate ticks, and keeping them from attaching to your skin begins with proper tick prevention. Permethrin repels and kills ticks on contact, and is applied directly to your clothing, not your skin.
12 Reasons Why Your Venison Tastes Like Hell
Is your deer meat tough, dry and gamy? It shouldn’t be. Check out this list of 12 deer-butchering sins to find out why your venison tastes bad — and how to make it better.
Turkey hunting in foggy weather can mean more patience when waiting for the birds to fly down from their roosts, it can also allow you to get closer to them than you normally would be able to while on the roost.
5 Mistakes You Make Every Time You Go Hunting
More days than not, we’ll hike out of the bowhunting woods with unpunched tags. And that’s okay. It’s what seems to fuel the hunt and drive the passion within us for that next encounter. Some hunters tend to experience more frequent encounters with critte
7 Powerful Archery Tips For Better Accuracy (And A Successful Hunt) ~ AverageHunter.com
If you want to excel in the archery world, then you MUST work on your accuracy. Fact. These 7 archery tips will get you on your way to a successful shot. It doesn’t matter what you use archery for (whether it bowhunting, self-defense, or competitions); if you can’t draw that bowstring and release a successful shot, you have to do something. So,…
Whitetails: What Rubs Can Tell You About Rack Size
You know what a buck rub looks like. You know that bigger bucks tend to rub bigger trees, and you’re probably aware that a buck travels in the direction facing the rubbed side of a tree. But there’s more to be gleaned from a savaged sapling. The right rub can tell you the size of a buck’s rack, whether he has any beauty points, and how to hunt him.