Bowhunting biologist Wade Nolan presents some interesting information from new research conducted on the behavior and range for the coyote. This ongoing research will help us learn much more about the interaction and predation of coyotes on our whitetail population.
Few people have come face to face with death more than our bowhunting biologist and outdoor adventurer, Wade Nolan. This is just a touch of what you will find in his exciting, heart stopping, head shaking book: Death Dance.
Researchers conducted a study concerning who does the breeding. They conducted genetic paternity tests and found lineage for a “who’s your daddy test”. The result surprised everyone.
Bowhunting Biologist Wade Nolan talks about a 7 year study that looked at the breeding statistics of whitetail deer. The age old, common thought is the larger antlered, older, dominant bucks do the majority of the breeding. What do you think this study revealed?
Is The Ultimate Ground Blind From Field & Stream Really An Ultimate Ground Blind? Wade Nolan Thinks So. Here’s Why…
Wade Nolan thought most bowhunters carried a bias against pop-up blinds. Now he says he is not going to tell you what to think about blind hunting but he is certainly going to make you think about the downward shift in whitetail hunting. The shift is from treestand level to whitetail level.
How do you address ‘Surface Based Odors’ — Odors from your skin, your clothing, and your gear? It’s easy, erase those odors…
The thing about the quartering shot is that it is not where the arrow makes contact with the deer that matters but its path through the deer’s vital organs. This video shows you the proper shot to take.
Most bowhunters can hit the dot at 20 yards and the vital area a foam deer at that distance. So why do we constantly hear about long blood trails or lost deer? The answer is because most bowhunters fail to shoot at the right spot. Wade Nolan has some ideas on curing this problem.
How to have a treestand hunting strategy that works for you. Stay safe from falls, on the way up or down, as well as in the stand.
Tab and Jacob Justice bowhunt between two bedding areas. The day before they saw a buck and set up their stands right away. I’ts a good place.
If you have an ATV or any off-road type vehicle this article is for you. They get dirty, get muddy, and they can be a bear to take care of but not if you know what Wade Nolan knows. Wade’s got the plan and he’s sharing it with you.
Wade Nolan knows firsthand that adventures in Alaska are unpredictable. Weather can be brutal and life-threatening. It can go from making your life miserable to killing you. Reliable gear is your only lifeline, so it’s important to have the best and protect it all with the best.
How do we address surfaced based odors on our skin, our clothing? For the bowhunter, odor elimination is vital anytime we enter a hunting area whether scouting, setting up trail cameras, blinds, or hunting. Wade Nolan offers a solution in this short video.
A danger of hunting from a treestand are accidentally falling; when climbing up, when you’re waiting on the stand, and when you’re climbing down. More bowhunters are injured by falls than anything else. Be certain you stay safe when hunting from treestands, watch the video below. Our thanks go out to the National Bowhunter Education […]
Are food plots a help to your deer hunting or a waste of your time and money? Well, they can be both, do it wrong and it’ll be a good thing; Do it wrong and you’re throwing your money away. Wade Nolan shows you how to get a hunting food plot done, what to plant, […]
Wade Nolan shows you one of his best techniques to control a bucks movement. The next move is to set it up to hunt right, and Wade shows you that too.
Wade Nolan shows us which farm and food plot crops whitetails like the best. To More About Wade Nolan, Bowhunting Biologist. To More Wade Nolan Videos and Articles.
Wade Nolan, our Bowhunting Biologist staff columnist shows you how to corner the bucks in your deerhunting area.