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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!
Of the hundreds of questions I am asked each year, the most frequent involve the rut in some manner.
Get after the rut-crazed bucks in your woods this fall with tactics that attack, exploit and engage all three of their primary senses.
If you’re hunting a stand that turns out to be unproductive during the various phases of the rut, it might be time to regroup and do something drastic. Do some quick scouting and relocate.
No pain, no gain. Typically, these words are used to remind athletes that victories are earned through tremendous self-sacrifice. But the same axiom can also be applied to whitetail hunters.
Even though the peak of the rut is generally considered to be the best time of year to catch a mature buck off guard during daylight hours, hunting this phase of the season still has its challenges. Here are some proven tactics that could help you score big!
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.
When he’s looking for love, a big whitetail buck is playing the percentage game. If you want a shot at him, you’d better do the same. Here’s how.
As a whitetail buck matures, his rut behavior changes in predictable ways. To hunt him effectively, you must understand his motives.