Monster Bucks: Don Kisky Tags a Huge Late-Season, Muzzleloader Buck


The late season can be the perfect time to tag a monster buck. Deer need to refuel from the rigors of the rut. And ag fields with waste grain are prime locations to catch deer doing just that.

On this pursuit, Whitetail Freaks’ Don Kisky hunts the late season in Iowa. He brushes in a ground blind in the edge of a cut cornfield. Three target bucks are frequenting the area, but he hopes to cross paths with a big deer he calls “Dumpster.”

Tactical Talk: Kisky brushes his ground blinds into the edge of standing corn. With one row of stalks in front and numerous on the right, left and rear, this provides cover on all four sides. Plus, it provides great entry- and exit-route cover, too.

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