Like you, I struggle to steal a few hours a week in the fall to sit in my favorite treestand. This lack of leisure time is a common symptom of today’s lifestyle…even for avid bowhunters.
Just after sunset, Eddie signaled me to get ready, because the guinea fowl had suddenly reacted to something towards the back of our hide. I quickly took “Geelslang” off the bow hook and nocked an arrow.
When you discover signs of deer in a location, do you ask why it’s there? You should. Learning why deer are in a specific area is critical to understanding how to hunt them.
What You Do After The Shot Is As Important As What You Did Before It. Dave Watson starts from initial impact and uses techniques for following blood trails that lead to the recovery.
Moving through the white, wintry landscape directly in front of us, the forms of five whitetails approached. Russ held up one finger and mouthed the word, “Buck!”
We put the Midwest Whitetail logo on Grizzly’s famous Grip drinkware. To start with, we only offer the 20 ounce size. I use a Grizzly Grip every morning for my coffee and it works awesome.
Bitter cold temps bring out the big buck here in North Dakota. Shelby Arman of Team UDA gets out in the sub zero weather and has a successful bowhunt for North Dakota bucks. Her Dad gets one too.
In this video episode Sarah shows us how to put the finishing touches on the Bomar Bowhunting Team’s camo. There is definitely more than one way to paint your face so it’s camo and also has a cool look.
After The Shot The TV Celebrity Deerhunter Looks At The Camera And Says, “We’ve Been Scouting And Patterning That Buck For Weeks.” Steve Bartylla Comments On That Statement, “Bologna!”
Bucks make and use scrapes as calling card signposts for other bucks and does in the area. They’re a form of communication that is very important in the whitetail world. Steve Bartylla explains…
So you bagged a wild hog. What do you do now? Deer Meat For Dinner has the answer to take you from your hunt to table fare.
In this DIY video 4B Bowhunting Outdoors shows how to use his self-made rig to quickly skin a deer. Then he quarters it and finishes up.
This “life and death” true tale is well known around home, thanks mostly to my wife who has vowed never to let me forget it.
How Can You Predict Whether A Landowner Will Let You Hunt on His property?
Wade Nolan brings you up to speed on research by North Carolina State University on exactly this. Here is what they found out.
Vermont’s archery-only deer season is nearly over, and it’s my turn to bowhunt. A mile away, my husband prepares dinner while helping our daughter with her homework. Our house in October is filled with the promise of bow season, even as it intertwines with the regular chaos of a busy household, working parents, school-age children and rural life.
Clean It, Skin It, Quarter It, Cook It and Eat It. How To Make Bacon Wrapped Backstrap. The family that hunts deer, cooks it and eats it together is what this video is all about.
Deer feel pressure. From the hunters intruding on their deer woods, to predators, to other deer. Learning how to hunt pressured deer can make you a more successful deerhunter, as well as teach you critical pieces of whitetail behavior. Watch this episode of Land of Whitetail for more.
How do you figure how what to do for these older bucks that have routines, favorite areas and give you the slip? Find out the answers in this episode of Deer Talk Now with Dan Schmidt.
We saw two young soft-bossed bulls, but no sign of the old bull. Lucas and I were still contemplating where he could be when Renier hissed: “There he is!”
I could have never anticipated the turn of events that would come my direction as my body is still feeling the pain from this hunt.
Hunting from a treestand may not be suitable for everyone. Some hunters tell me that they would never hunt from a treestand. Others always hunt rom one.
Just thinking about bowhunting big deer in high mountain basins gets me excited. I’ve hunted around the world and nothing gets me excited like bowhunting big mule deer.
It’s always interesting eating the meat of an animal that could kill and eat you.
Black bears were eaten here since long before it became America, but they’re not found on a lot of menus these days.
Steve Bartylla depend very heavily on mock scrapes in my hunting. Does he believe they will draw bucks several ridge tops away to his location? NO, But…
Alex Rutledge gave tips and pointers about wild turkey hunting and about guide/hunter relations. His tips are also useful when buddies are hunting together.
Live Answers To Your Elk Hunting Questions, By Randy Newberg. Before his upcoming Arizona Elk hunt Randy answers questions asked during this BowTech Live episode.
While pressures from humans and habitat are easier to observe, the whitetail deer social stress can slip by unnoticed. Learn more in this in this video.
We all get the same 24 hours in a day. Do you think the world’s top hunters – or the ones in your deer camp – or you, can get it done any other way?
BowTech bowhunters are taking big elk this season. Announcing the Relm X, “The Smartest Bow On The Planet.” And a great interview with Henry Bodnik on the real history of the compound bow.
Bll Harmon has been in the Deee Lure business for almost 30 years. In this video Fred Lutger interviews him about this product as well as the deer lure business.