• 4 Tips to Help Hold Deer on Your Property

    4 Tips to Help Hold Deer on Your Property

    April 22, 2021

    “How do I hold deer on my property?” In theory, holding deer on your property is simple and really no different from what makes you or I fat and happy. Food, Water, and Cover right? I’m not denying this at all. It’s no surprise that these are the three main factors you consider when doing […]

  • 3 Types of Intel That Lead to Success

    3 Types of Intel That Lead to Success

    March 19, 2021

    For many hunters across the country the days of the good old “mystery hunt” are over. I remember a time when I used to set out on any given hunt having absolutely no idea what deer I might see – and if I’m being honest, I kind of miss those days. Anymore, we’ve got all […]

  • 3 Benefits of Hinge Cutting

    3 Benefits of Hinge Cutting

    March 15, 2021

    In the whitetail / habitat world when you ask someone what are three benefits of hinge cutting you could get a wide variety of answers. A lot of them might be the same from person to person and a lot of them could differ. For me its simple and I’m going to explain why. 1. […]

  • What It’s Like to Hunt with a Cameraman

    What It’s Like to Hunt with a Cameraman

    March 19, 2021

    Being able to hunt in some of the most awe-inspiring locations in the world and capturing on camera every single hunt I’ve been on for the past, call it 15 years, has been one of the greatest honors of my life. But, in full transparency, it’s also a gigantic pain in the ass! And one […]

  • What a Rut Injury Means for a Buck

    What a Rut Injury Means for a Buck

    March 19, 2021

    We’ve all seen the pictures and heard the stories of 3-legged deer…deer that go on to live a long life. For an animal that at times, can seem so flimsy, deer really are tough animals, especially from the fall through winter. Often times during the rut, major injuries can occur – broken legs, gouged out […]

  • 2 Things that Will Make or Break Your Stalk

    2 Things that Will Make or Break Your Stalk

    March 19, 2021

    In my opinion, stalking a mature whitetail with a bow in my hands is hands down one of the most exhilarating ways to chase a whitetail. More often than not, it ends in complete failure…but man is it fun. When it works, it brings a whole new level of excitement and it’s a challenge that’s […]

  • How To: Read a Bucks Body Language

    How To: Read a Bucks Body Language

    March 19, 2021

    If you mention the rut to any whitetail hunter our imagination can run wild. Images of chasing, scraping and fighting abound. But many times, when you pay attention to a bucks body language when there just “being a deer” you can start to learn more about your surroundings, the time of year and quite possibly […]

  • Is Doe Management and Predator Control Important?

    Is Doe Management and Predator Control Important?

    March 19, 2021

    The answer is simple – yes. Proper doe management practices and predator control are very important when it comes to managing any sort of deer herd – no matter where you live. But just like anything, you have to have a plan. You can’t effectively manage does from a harvest perspective or the harvest of […]

  • 3 Must Knows for Moving a Treestand

    3 Must Knows for Moving a Treestand

    January 15, 2021

    We’ve all been there – hot sits, long sits and cold sits – good sits and plenty of bad sits – so the question often comes up-  When do I move my treestand? How do I move my treestand?,even Why should I move my treestand?… These are all great questions that deserve attention – so […]

  • 4 Reasons Hunters Need to Hunt From Cedar Trees

    4 Reasons Hunters Need to Hunt From Cedar Trees

    January 5, 2021

    Where to hang a treestand? It’s a question that deer hunters have been asking themselves for ages – the good news is, the answer is simple…if you’ve got cedar trees. Cedars can be found in many places across the midwest and believe me when I say this – they’re a whitetail deer hunter’s dream. Give […]