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Can You Have Too Many Deer?

It is possible to have too many deer when trying to hunt during the late season. All those eyes and their wary late-season nature make it really tough to get away with any movement. It can be nearly impossible to hunt with a bow and not clear the field well...


The Bittersweet Taste of Leasing Hunting Land

Ever take a bite out of a grapefruit? A little bit sweet, right? But with a sour aftertaste that’s a little hard to stomach, too? That’s the taste leasing hunting land leaves in my mouth. But in today’s deer-hunting world, renting land is often a necessary evil. I’ve had both...


15 Archery Tips from the Pros

Deer season is in the rearview mirror with months to go until opening day. Every bowhunter should be proficient with their archery equipment. Likewise, they should strive for growth, and to become better than they were last season. With that in mind, we consulted with numerous archery professionals to compile...


Our Top 20 Hunting Song Playlist

Hunters love music that speaks to our way of life, and in this playlist we have compiled all the outdoor-related tunes you need. From Hank Williams Jr. to Luke Bryan, and Nate Hosie to Adam Sanders, this soundtrack puts hunting heritage in the spotlight. 1. We Live It Artist: Adam...


5 Deer Hunting Trends That Make Me Sick

Everybody loves a positive trend, including deer hunters. Negative trends, not so much. Unfortunately, there are some bad trends happening with deer hunting right now, including these below. We might not like them, but we do need to know about them: Declining Hunters, Their Money and Their Votes According to...


Long Shots: How Far Is Too Far?

Bowhunting should almost always be a short-range sport. There is too much that can go wrong once the arrow flies. I won’t take longer shots if the angle is bad, body position is awkward, or the wind is blowing. These factors make it too difficult to settle the pin. However,...


The Latest on Chronic Wasting Disease

Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is a death sentence for whitetails. The neurological disease affects other cervids, too (mule deer, elk, moose), and can be transmitted through saliva, urine, feces, spinal material and brain fluids. It’s caused by prions, which are malformed (misfolded) proteins. It’s pretty scary, especially given how little...


Brock Creel’s Alabama 180

Brock Creel was never a diehard deer hunter. He’d hunted whitetails from time to time over the last 12 years, but mostly, he favored duck hunting. That all changed when a near-180-inch Alabama buck showed up on camera last season. “We’ve had permission to hunt the property for five years...


The Worst Hunting Hashtags

These aren’t the worst hunting hashtags. No, the worst ones are so egregious I can’t publish them. But of those that are at least passable for a family friendly website, these are the ones that we can’t keep using. Some are silly, outdated, or both, and others are simply in...


Should You Notch Your Tag on a Lost Deer?

If you wound a deer and don’t recover it, does that mean you should fill your tag anyway and quit hunting? A growing number of hunters seem to think it’s the right thing to do – but is it really? It’s not a simple thing to answer. It Happens to...


Ranking the Toughest Deer Hunting: No. 1 – The Southeast

In the South, sweet tea tops the food pyramid, everything autocorrects to “y’all,” and Deep Woods OFF is the only perfume around. Oh, and the deer hunting sucks … especially if you’re a sucky deer hunter. It’s hard to kill a deer around here. So hard, in fact, that in...


Ranking the Toughest Deer Hunting: No. 2 – The Northeast

When it comes to their deer hunting, northerners really do have reason to complain. As we continue our countdown, ranking the nation’s toughest deer hunting regions from easiest to toughest, the Northeast comes in at No. 2. Only one other region is consistently more difficult. HeadHunters TV’s Nate Hosie has...


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