Videos

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

  • Realtree Video: How to Hunt Squirrels in the Spring

    Squirrel hunting is full of tradition. Depending on where you live, seasons might be offered in spring, summer, fall or winter, depending. Some tips follow: 1. Some states like Kentucky offer springtime squirrel seasons. As always, check your wildlife regulations. 2. Move slowly along wooded game trails, two hours after...

  • Pigeon Shooting in South Africa

    We’re heading back the beautiful Cawoods Hope Game Lodge ( http://www.cawoodshope.com ), situated in the famous Northern Cape of South Africa with Matt Cole and Spanish shooter Javier Lopez. The guys’ head out into the beautiful South African countryside and set up their hide in a peanut field ready for...

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Jason Cleveland: Nebraska Double

Let's join Whitetail Properties' Jason Cleveland as he doubles on a pair of longbeards with one well-aimed shot (legal in Nebraska).


Out West With Kristy Titus: Coyote Hunting The Titus Way

Kristy Titus shares coyote hunting tips from members of her family in this entry of Out West With Kristy Titus. Kristy's family is based in Oregon and run predator and varmint hunts as well as a predator-focused website . They are excellent sources of information on coyote hunting basics.


Timber To Table: How To Fillet A Fish

Realtree.com editor Will Brantley shares a quick, easy process on how to fillet a fish . The first step is to start with a good, sharp knife. Keeping the fish on ice after you catch them will help firm up the meat and make the process a bit easier. The...


Out West: Meet Kristy Titus

Out West With Kristy Titus is a brand-new video blog featuring Western big game hunter Kristy Titus. Kristy started hunting at a young age and spent her childhood in the mountains of Idaho and Oregon with her family. Kristy is an experienced backcountry hunter specializing in DIY, solo hunts for...


Timber To Table: Fried Backstrap

Who doesn't love fried venison backstrap ? In this installment of Timber To Table, Realtree.com editor Will Brantley shares one of his favorite fried backstrap recipes. The key to this recipe is tenderizing the meat and doing a quick marinade of worcesteshire sauce, minced garlic and seasonings. Then it's time...


Derek Grimsrud Hunts "Big 8"

Whitetail Properties' Derek Grimsrud is no stranger to the giants Southern Iowa holds. Let's join him on a late-season muzzleloader hunt from a ground blind over a standing bean field as he waits for "Big 8" -- a gnarly old buck with unbelievable brow tines.


Jason Cleveland Hunts "Arms"

Let's join Whitetail Properties' Jason Cleveland on his Pike County, Ill., farm for a late-season muzzleloader hunt. Jason is after an old buck he knows very well, nicknamed "Arms."


Pete Alfano Hunts Big Brows

Check out this hunt with Whitetail Properties' Pete Alfano on a ranch in South Central Kansas. Pete is in search of a giant 8-pointer with huge brow tines. The buck's name? "Big Brows," of course.


Timber To Table: Deer Cape Advanced, Part 2

In a previous installment of Timber To Table , we showed you how to remove the cape from a whitetail. In this video, we show you how to completely remove the skull and antlers from the cape. This is part two of the two-part video. You can check out part...


Timber To Table: Cape Your Deer Advanced, Part 1

In a previous Timber To Table video , you learned how to cape your deer. In this video, you'll learn the next steps to caping your deer to completely remove the skull and antlers. Realtree.com whitetail editor Tony Hansen shows the steps for making a short "y" incision and removing...


Dan Perez "Busy"

Let's join whitetail hunting legend Dan Perez as he hunts down another giant on his Pike County, Illinois farm.


Waterfowl Tip: Hit More Geese

Want to hit more geese? After a successful morning of goose hunting in Montana , Realtree.com editor Will Brantley shares his No.1 tip for hitting more geese. Check it out now.


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