Carbon Done Right By Hoyt

Carbon Done Right By Hoyt

From vibration reduction and cold-weather comfort, to lethal accuracy and rugged durability, the advantages of carbon are definite. This is next-level bow­hunting design that flies in the face of industry norms. This is carbon done right.

WANNA RATTLE? KNOW THIS…

WANNA RATTLE? KNOW THIS…

Wanna try rattling for bucks? Lets Ask Someone Who Knows How To Do It Right. Avoid the stiff learning curve of rattling and also avoid doing what most hunters who rattle do, spook all the bucks out of your area. The Low Budget Outdoorsman comes to our rescue.

BROADHEAD TEST WINNERS

BROADHEAD TEST WINNERS

A revealing field test that includes the Muzzy Trocar Switch, Rage Trypan, Grim Reaper Pro Series 3-Blade Mechanical, G5 Deadmeat, Dead Ringer Super-Freak Extreme, Ramcat Diamondback, Rocky Mountain Advantage and Slick Trick RaptorTrick.

10 TIPS FOR A HUNTING LOG

10 TIPS FOR A HUNTING LOG

Below are some of the things that I keep track of in my journal. I will choose my spots the morning of depending on wind directions and refer to my journal for other specifics.

BLOOD FIGHT, PART 3

BLOOD FIGHT, PART 3

Both bucks paused and rested for over a minute. Then they eyeballed and stared at each other. The first to make a move was the 8-point, he raised up on his hind lege and thrust himself forward and somehow caught the forky by his antlers.

Blood Fight, Part 2

Blood Fight, Part 2

The two bucks shoved hard on their opponents antlers. For a young buck with a narrow forky rack, the younger buck was very aggressive and turned out to be stout. The 8-point outweighs him but still had to work at it to keep the pressure up on the forky.

Blood Fight, Part 1

Blood Fight, Part 1

Late last week I witnessed a buck confrontation that, at least for me, had unintended consequences. It in not uncommon to see two bucks that are still in velvet  lock horns and shove each other around. It had a normal enough beginning.

September Bucks: Some Got It, Some Don’t

September Bucks: Some Got It, Some Don’t

In September Nearly All Bucks Lose Their Velvet. It Does Not Happen All On The Same Day. Mother Nature Uses The “Trickle Method.”   Below is one of the “hanger on’s”.  A Buck that still has velvet on its antlers.  This is the buck I labeled ‘Double Finger’ back in July. You can see those finger […]

DIY: Entry & Exit Routes

DIY: Entry & Exit Routes

Bill Winke’s deer hunting woods has plenty of ditches and Bill uses them to get into his treestands and get back out. First he clears a ditch with a Hooyman Pole Saw. Bill also discuss swirling winds and how they are formed in the woods.