Buck’s Can Be Very Sensitive To Changes And Activity In Their Area. And that’s been the case the last few days. But some bucks came back this morning.
When Lisa First Felt The Power Of What A Bow Can Do, It Changed Her Life
Lisa Endicott, co-owner of Bow Rack, inspires and encourages women and youth to get into bowhunting.
The Seeds Are In The Food Plot. Now It’s Time For The Waiting Game. Dwayne Glover did an excellent job of plowing and planting two food plots. Now it’s up to Mother Nature.
My food plot plans didn’t pan out. So I texted my friend Dwayne Glover for help. Last weekend Dwayne came over with his tractor to get it done.
Which Starts Up The Scrape Activity, The Buck or The Does?
In the trees at the woods edge I saw a deer pawing the ground with its front hoof. When it raised its head I saw…
Dr. Grant Woods shows us how to switch strategies to bowhunt effectively in December. And he takes us on a successful big buck bowhunt for this white racked buck.
Bowhunter and Archer Michele Eichler goes over the best equipment for the smaller shooter to use when bowhunting big game
Now we have a closer look at the ‘Double Finger’ buck. He has a nice gut working. But he doesn’t always show it, I’ll tell you why. And let’s talk about that rack again.
Dean videos as Steve gets the job done on a huge Canadian Whitetail buck on the TV hunting show Dean Partridge’s Whitetail.
August is a mixed bag in the deer woods. Bucks are channeling all their energy into growing bigger racks. Fawns are getting a little larger daily. Does are teaching them by example. And the woods is changing too.
Whitetail deer like edges, places where the terrain changes from one type to another. We meet the “Double Finger” buck there today.
Last night it rained and the deer woods was beautiful this morning. And when a 9-point and 8-point came through the area I got some good pictures of them and their activities.
The afternoon shadows under the limbs slowly grew darker as the sun poked along lower and lower. I spotted a big bodied deer and glassed it.
Did you know that wild turkey Gobblers can fight with whitetail deer, even bucks? They will, and you can see it right now.
Tips To help You Be In The Woods When The Bucks Are.
As October ends, it’s time for you to sit in your stand from “dark-to-dark”. from first thing in the morning until shooting light is gone in the evening.
Have Better Deer Hunting by improving your area’s native vegetation! Here’s an in-depth look at what to do to get results.
A nice buck in velvet came out of the woods and went to the plowed area I felt like things were going to work out now that I drove the hogs off by taking 5 out of the hog group.
This morning was what my friend Dennis Crabtree calls a “Dandy.” First, a nice July buck in velvet passed in front of my blind, he obviously was going somewhere. And he was gonna make me a happy deer picture taker.
The last hour of good daylight got things going, deer wise. I got pictures of does and some fawns, MUSHROOM head with a date and two bucks with good rack potential.
Here In The Not So Wide Open Places There Are Other Places For Deer To Go If Your Place Gets Too Hog-A-Fied For Them. I Want To Keep That From Happening.
A doe and fawn came into the area. As I watched them two bucks approached them. I thought “I just might get some good buck pictures this morning.” Wrong!
After seeing the 3 nice bucks late yesterday afternoon I was pumped. I wanted to go to sleep early and hit the sack at 9:30 so I’d get plenty of sleep and get out before daylight. At 11:20 I was still wide awake. I got up and ate a bowl of raisin bran. Usually that makes me sleepy but it didn’t work tonight.
It’s pretty common for someone to ask me about food plots. I always tell them I use ‘small’ food plots. But how small is small? You might be surprised.
BINGO! There were two nice bucks in a group of trees 20 yards away. I needed to put the laptop down and grab my camera. Magic Buck was starting.
The Buck and Doe in this picture are together … in July! It’s a rare occurrence but it happens. Know why?
This morning is Does and Fawns in the deer woods on July 15.
Kyle and Jennifer watched this buck grow from 1 1/2 year old to a 5 1/2 year old 171″ trophy buck they called “Kick It In Son.”
It was a doe and fawn and 2 other deer I couldn’t I.D.. They moved around and a pair of antlers perked into my view. Whitetail deer pictures by Robert Hoague July 12 2017.
Rich Philippi Bowhunts Monster Buck On Keith Warren TV Show
Here are a few highlights of the deer I took pictures of on July 7, 8 and 9. The deer moved later than expected. Things are always changing in the deer woods.