Videos

Get the latest hunting tips and tactics for all of your wild-game hunts and outdoor pursuits from one of these Realtree videos.

  • Deer Hunting QOW: Are Rut Tactics Good for Old Bucks?

    In this installment of Realtree's Deer Hunting Question of the Week, Max from Wisconsin is asking about rut tactics and really old bucks. Watch the video above to hear our reply. Each week, we are going to select one reader-submitted question between now and the end of deer season to...

  • Deer Hunting Tip: Planting Micro Plots

    Watch as Josh Honeycutt talks about planting small micro kill plots for deer hunting. Click here for more deer hunting articles and videos. Check us out on Facebook .

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T-Bone's Tips: Proper Release Length

Travis "T-Bone" Turner knows a thing or two about putting an arrow on target. And one of his keys is the proper length of your release. T-Bone recommends having the release positioned so that you're able to get a solid, 90-degree angle on your finger. In this video, he shows...


Antler Geeks: Kansas Kickoff

The Antler Geeks are back for another season of reality. Once again, the guys kick off the season in Kansas during the early muzzleloader season. Adam Millard and Tyler Ridenour find some good bucks just days before the season opens. And then the winds came. Dust storms, tattered tents and...


The 15-Yard Files: Close-Range Mistakes

Cally Morris, owner of Hazel Creek Taxidermy and host of Realtree's 15 Yard Files, is fond of repeating this lesson: "A guy saves up for two or three years to take the big game hunt of a lifetime. He practices with his bow, reads up in the magazines, and feels...


The 15-Yard Files: The Quartering-to Shot

The quartering-to shot is controversial, no doubt about that. And doubly so on a big, heavy animal like an elk. But as you'll see in this video, the shot is deadly when done right.


T-Bone's Tips: More Fun With String Wax

Travis "T-Bone" Turner shares another great tip for setting up your bow and, yes, it again involves string wax. When trying to tighten steel screws against aluminum components, it can be difficult to get things ultra-tight. And, of course, there's always the risk of those steel screws and bolts gathering...


Tips for Blood-Trailing Deer

Bowhunters know that recovering a wounded buck can be as much an art as it is a science. Of course, it all starts with making the perfect shot. This guide shows you where to aim, and how to know exactly where your arrow during the excitement of the moment .


Duck Commanders Behind the Scenes: Uncle Si's Tea Cup

Have you ever wondered if Uncle Si really does carry that tea cup around all the time? The answer is yes. He does. This clip was taken during a Realtree commercial shoot at Duck Commander HQ. Be watching for more exclusive, behind-the-scenes Duck Commander videos all fall on Realtree.com.


The 15-Yard Files: Big Bull at 10 Steps

Welcome to the first episode of The 15-Yard Files. The focus of this show, as the name suggests, is all about getting close to big game animals, from bull elk to whitetails to gobbling turkeys, and closing the deal.


T-Bone's Tips: Choosing a Broadhead For Your Crossbow

Are you a crossbow hunter? Travis "T-Bone" Turner offers advice on choosing a broadhead for your crossbow. With the speeds generated by crossbows, choosing the proper style of broadhead is critical to consistent and accurate arrow flight. T-Bone recommends a mechanical head. Check out the video to find out why.


Sneak Peak: The 15-Yard Files

Killing a big buck or bull elk from 200 yards is one thing. Killing one from spitting distance is quite another. The 15-Yard Files, Realtree.com's newest online video series, is all about getting close. Cally Morris, owner of Hazel Creek Taxidermy , uses in your face hunts for monster bulls...


T-Bone's Tips: His Favorite Bow Ever.

Travis "T-Bone" Turner reveals his favorite bow of all time. Can you guess which it is?


T-Bone's Tips: How To Choose A Stabilizer

Ever wondered what stabilizer you should use on your bow for bowhunting? Travis "T-Bone" Turner shares his thoughts on the matter. A stabilizer can help reduce felt vibration, improve the balance of your bow and helps improve accuracy.


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