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Calling All Bucks: The Art & Science of Whitetail Calling

by Scott Bestul 1

The challenge got him. The massive Kansas 8-point had heard everything before that; the deep tending grunt, the meshing and… more »

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Get Aggressive: Rut Calling Tactics

by P.J. Reilly 1

When the rut arrives and the action ramps up, it’s time to get aggressive with your calling. Take these hard-core calling tips into the woods this November!

Today's technology has made it possible to greatly reduce the human-related odors that are so alarming to the deer we hunt. By treating your body, your clothing and the gear you take with you, you can go a long way toward defeating a big buck's sense of smell.

Scent Control Strategies For Whitetail Hunters

by Steve Bartylla 0

Most experts agree that you cannot totally eliminate human odor in the woods. But it is possible to minimize your odor to such a degree that it often goes undetected. Here’s how.

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Aggressive Calling For Whitetails

by Steve Bartylla 0

The author believes in going all out in his calling sequences, and his bowhunting success indicates that he must be doing something right. Here’s how he does it!

Want to call in a rutting giant like this? If you use this expert caller's technique, be prepared to meet up with the bull of the woods!

Rut Calling Tips From A Master

by Joe Lieb 0

Joe Lieb has called in and arrowed numerous mature bucks in his home state of Iowa, including several B&C bucks, and those who know him best consider him to be a master deer caller.

Mature bucks are very particular about the overhanging limb or licking branch that usually hangs about 4 1/2 feet over the scrape. When making a mock scrape, the author often fabricates his own licking branch so that he can be certain that it will appeal to a mature buck

How To Make a Mock Scrape & Licking Branch

by Bobby Worthington 0

In this article we discuss constructing and using mock scrapes as a key strategy for both scouting and hunting mature bucks.

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