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Hunting Bedding Areas — Risk Vs. Reward

by Brian Strickland

With first light beginning to break against the eastern horizon, I eased into the creek channel with my hip waders… more »


Your Guide to Bowhunting in Georgia

by Gordon Whittington

I vividly remember the moment I first laid eyes on a Pope & Young whitetail in the suburbs of Atlanta,… more »

Nikon’s 10X42 Monarch HG’s feature lenses made of extra-low dispersion ED glass. Combined with lenses and prisms that are fully multi-coated on all surfaces, they provide maximum light transmission.

How to Spot More Game This Hunting Season

by Patrick Hogan

Spotting and locating game is half art and half science. The art comes from hours spent behind good binoculars, knowing what… more »


The Top 10 Whitetail Spots for 2017

by Bob Humphrey

You’ve waited, scrimped and saved and now can finally afford that that once-in-a-lifetime hunt. But where should you go? Below… more »


Start Your DIY Hunt With These 5 Considerations

by Bernie Barringer

The attraction of traveling to hunt whitetails in new places burns hot in many of us. For some, it’s a… more »


How to Locate and Kill A Booner Buck

by Brian Strickland

There are many moments that are forever etched in a bowhunter’s mind, and one of my most memorable is the… more »


Oklahoma Hunting Can Be Top Notch

by Gordon Whittington

Ask most people what they think of when someone mentions Oklahoma, and the answer is likely to include college football… more »


Getting to Know the National Deer Alliance

by Bob Humphrey

In 2014, I was invited to attend the first North American Whitetail Summit. I thought it was because of my… more »


Tucker Buck Breaks Tennessee, World Hunting Record

by Haynes Shelton

There’s a certain mystique associated with the whitetail, and for many hunters it outweighs that of any other game animal…. more »


A Whitetail Lifespan and What We Can Do About It

by Mark Kayser

Springtime cries out with a renewal across the landscape. Fawns will be hitting the forest floor soon and all whitetails… more »


A Guide to Food Plot Alternatives

by Bob Humphrey

One of the more frustrating hunts I ever had took place in eastern Montana. I spent the first afternoon on… more »


Why Should We Plant Spring Food Plots?

by Steve Bartylla

Over the course of my career, no area of the hunting market has expanded faster and farther than the habitat… more »


How to Properly Cull the Herd — Part II

by Dr. James C. Kroll

Over the years, our institute’s research has offered insight into the critical question of when a buck should be culled… more »


Spring Scouting For November Bucks

by Steve Bartylla

My heart sank, as the young doe the triple-beamed monster was following tried cutting left, when I so desperately wanted… more »


More Food for Fall

by Derrek Sigler

For most of us, hunting whitetails isn’t just a seasonal hobby — it’s a year-round obsession. With that obsession comes… more »


How to Properly Cull the Herd — Part I

by Dr. James C. Kroll

It happened one fall day back in the 1980s, just as we were starting to make progress in getting folks… more »


Handgun Hunting: A New Way to Chase Whitetails

by Haynes Shelton

I can think of several reasons why deer hunting with a handgun is enjoyable. For starters, it’s something different. If… more »


Winter Work For Hunting Success

by Mark Kayser

Regardless if you live in the North, South, East or West, you need to plan for winter to ensure your… more »


Chasing 300? Don’t Follow Me to Tennessee

by Gordon Whittington

Upon hearing Tennessee had yielded a possible world-record hunter-killed buck last fall, the whitetail world fell into a sudden state… more »


Season’s End Begins Winter Scouting

by Mark Kayser

Whitetail season is over. It’s time to pull your trail cameras and hang up the Nikon binos. It’s time to… more »