Collapse bottom bar
Subscribe
attract_food_plot_f

Best Ways to Attract Big Bucks to Your Land During the Rut

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

By the fall of 2014, hunter Chad McKibben had a detailed understanding of the feeding and movement patterns of a… more »

lyme_rash_3

What You Need to Know About Tick-Borne Illness

by David Hart 0

To most of us, ticks are just a necessary distraction from the things we love so much. We flick them… more »

diy_habitat_f

DIY Habitat Improvement: Building Your Own Deer Dreams

by Gordon Whittington 0

For most of us whitetail hunters it starts not as a firm plan, but as a flickering wish. We love… more »

calendar_f

10 Most Important Days for Deer Management Each Month

by Derrek Sigler 0

  Serious deer hunters know that the season never really ends. From planting and maintaining food plots to servicing your… more »

harvesting_does_f

Dr. Deer: Why You Should Harvest More Does

by Dr. James C. Kroll 0

A great deal has changed in whitetail research and management, but nothing more striking than the concept of doe harvest…. more »

food_plot_f

10 Ways to Make Your Food Plots Better Right Now

by Derrek Sigler 0

We can all agree that food plots are a tested and true way to grow bigger, healthier deer, and bring… more »

dd_elecfence_food_plot_f

Dr. Deer: How to Protect Your Food Plot Using Electric Fences

by Dr. James C. Kroll 0

A few years back I presented our revolutionary findings about using electric fencing to manage food plots for whitetails. The… more »

seeds_f

Dr. Deer: How to Properly Plant Your Whitetail Food Plot

by Dr. James C. Kroll 0

Although food plots and articles about them have become pretty much old hat, I still am amazed how many mistakes… more »

food_plot_f_1

Deer Management Plans For Every Budget

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

Whether you’re planting a few pounds of oats around your deer stand or turning over hundreds of acres for food… more »

food_plot_9

How to Develop the Right Whitetail Herd Management Plan for You

by Steve Bartylla 0

Let’s dispel the notion that to have good hunting you either must control hundreds of acres or never allow anyone… more »

back to top