Muzzleloader

  • Use Data to Choose Your Best Deer Hunting Treestand Location

    Choosing a stand location can be a near impossible decision — especially if you don’t have a clear-cut primary option. In times such as this, you’re almost left with an impossible decision on where to sit for the hunt. Don’t let it get to that point. Data is your friend...

  • Pull-Up Rope and Haul Line Tips for Treestands

    Realtree's David Blanton and Glen Mayhew, president of the Tree Stand Safety Awareness Foundation, explain the importance of using a haul line and keeping three points of contact while climbing. Go here for more information on the TSSA. Don't Miss: 8 Tips to Make All-Day Treestand Sits More Comfortable Are...

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Tips for Hunting the Wind

Do you pay attention to the wind when hunting whitetails? If not, you might want to start. It's one of the biggest factors in deer hunting success. Don't Miss: How to Hunt the Wrong Wind Are you a deer hunter wanting to learn how to accomplish your goals? Check out...


Why You Should Have Two Treestand Safety Harnesses

Here's a pretty compelling argument for having two treestand safety harnesses. What's your opinion? Adequate or overkill? Will you be picking up an extra one? Don't Miss: 3 Different Types of Treestands and Their Advantages Are you a deer hunter wanting to learn how to accomplish your goals? Check out...


Using Google Earth Historical Layers for Deer Hunting

As a deer hunter, I love maps. There are all sorts of them that can be helpful to a deer hunter. Aerial, topo, plat, public/private land, hydro, and the list goes on. There are many types out there that are beneficial to hunters. But one that often goes unnoticed is...


Habits of Mature Whitetail Deer

Habits are just that. They're things done repetitively in a manner that's predictable. And such are the things we look for in killable mature whitetails. Here are numerous habits to keep an eye out for when scouting and hunting. Bedding Habits of Mature Deer Getting close to mature bucks is...


The Proper Way to Use Treestand Safety Ropes

Glen Mayhew, president of the Tree Stand Safety Awareness Foundation, explains the importance of using a treestand safety rope. He also explains how to use one. Go here for more information on TSSA. Don't Miss: 15 Tips for Deer Hunting from a Treestand Are you a deer hunter wanting to...


Create a Long Range Muzzleloader

Tips from the pros on maximizing your muzzleloader accuracy out to 200 yards


South Carolina Suspends Deer Season Due to Hurricane Florence Flood Waters

Due to the extreme high river level and widespread flooding following Florence, the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) has declared a temporary closure for hunting within the Pee Dee and Waccamaw River drainage systems on all game species except for alligator, doves, hogs and coyotes. The department has...


Want More Deer Hunting Permission? Become a Negotiation Expert

“Oh my…!” I said to myself out loud. Driving home from running a few errands, I spotted the buck standing tall in a soybean field. Its gargantuan rack told me it was the big buck on the block. I’d driven past the field dozens of times, but this was the...


How Bone Collector Stands for Our Hunting Heritage

Michael Waddell and company live the outdoors. They don't just talk the talk. They walk the walk. And do everything they can to grow our heritage while doing so. Check out their mission in the video above. Don't Miss: Back When Deer Hunting Was Just That Are you a deer...


The 20 Seconds It Takes to Put on a Safety Harness Could Save Your Life

David Blanton of Realtree Outdoors and Glen Mayhew, president of the Tree Stand Safety Awareness Foundation, show how the ease of using a safety harness. Watch as David puts his harness on in less than 20 seconds. Take the extra time to put one on. It could save your life!...


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How to Kill a Buck on the First Stand Sit

Pressure. It has the ability to virtually ruin a good hunting spot. And whether we realize it or not, we pressure deer every time we go afield. Walking through the woods. Checking trail cameras. Hanging treestands. Scouting for sign. Actually hunting. Everything we do applies at least a little pressure...


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