Some days when you’re deer hunting things go nothing but sideways. And some days they fall in place like they did today.
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.
This morning is Does and Fawns in the deer woods on July 15.
The bucks antlers have grown all month, and most bucks have had their main beam and brow tines grow 4 to 6 times longer than they were in late april and early June.
There are some real highlights that happen this time of the year in my Deer Picture Taking world. One major highlight is seeing and taking pictures of the new Fawns of 2017.
One of my favorite things about living next to the deer woods is taking pictures of the bucks as their antlers begin to grow and continue to develop.
Nothing beats being in the right place at the right time when the gobblers fly down to begin their daily search for wild turkey hens.
I’ve Had Several Memorable Gator Hunts In Florida With David Mills And Here Is One We Got On Video
In modern days thousands of bowhunters make the long jaunt to the bear country of the North every year to bowhunt bears
The gobbler was coming in fast, zeroed in on our decoys. The Duck hurried to get ready as I called and videoed.
On opening day of this year’s wild turkey season we videoed our hunts. I called and had first video duty and ‘The Duck” bowhunted.
When he stopped coming I watched the big longbeard’s head and posture, weighing what he would do now. And I made my choice. It worked…
My first year out here where my only neighbors are whitetail deer, wild turkey and wild hogs showed me precisely what I knew about deer … not much.
I’m back from my trip to Colorado and reporting on the Duck’s bowhunt. Just when he thought the hunt was over a bunch of wild hogs snuck in behind him.
My bowhunting buddy Don Beckwith (a.k.a. Donald Duck, The Duck and Gater Don) schooled me on shooting the crossbow. He used the ‘cold turkey’ method.
Sometimes A Good Plan Doesn’t Come Together, Sometimes It Does! The 10-Point was out of sight, but possibly still close, or maybe not. I texted my bowhunting buddies Don Beckwith and Robbie Cramer and let them know I had shot a buck. Don was through hunting for the morning and was already on his way […]
This morning was a big one in my deer woods, pivotal. vital. essential. beginning today the deer are going in a different direction. Here’s how I know.
On a Fall black bear bowhunt in Ontario, Canada bear guide Fred Lutger and I had an official close encounter with a black bear.
I switched from the camera to the binoculars. The Claw Head buck had disappeared on me and I intended to locate him again.
Ask anybody that knows me and they will tell you that I always set up multiple stands in the deer woods. This works well during hunting season as well as when I take pictures of deer.Check it out.
Throughout the month of August the buck’s antlers are growing. But growing antlers is not a level playing field. For some bucks it’s a little bit bigger, and for others it’s a lot bigger.
June and July are very dynamic months in the world of whitetail deer. It is a time of change for both the does and bucks, as well as the newborn fawns
I noticed an SD card laying on the floor underneath my desk. I didn’t know for sure if I had looked at it previously of not so I slipped it in the SD slot on my PC. Surprise!
Some bucks are easier than others to keep track of from year after year. The two prior years I’ve observed a particular buck I nicknamed Claw-Head. He’s back…
I checked back through my deer sightings notes and discovered something important. Year to year, some of the events in the deer world are repetitive, date wise.
I switched to another blind so I could see the woods edge better. I couldn’t know it as I waited for daylight to arrive but a heck of a buck in velvet was gonna show up soon.
Changes are already happening to the local whitetail bucks on the dozens of farms and ranches in the area.
Three days after the food plot was planted the first green leafed sprouts came out of the ground. That’s pretty fast. And so were the bucks.
I asked the new feed store owner what I could plant now for a deer food plot. He thought it over a minute and said he had just the thing, a new high heat tolerant seed.
A big part of scouting for deer is figuring out (1) where they come from, and (2) where they go. Look at the pictures here and tell me what is happening…