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Glassing East to West

Glassing from a treestand not only can help you spot a buck it keeps you engaged in the hunt which could help keep you in the stand longer.

Tip the odds in your favor this season when it comes to glassing east to west…. Read more…

Locate Large Shed Antlers for Next Season's Trophy Buck

Scouting for trophy whitetails really never stops for those who live, breathe, and pursue deer with a passion. Spring is often the best time to get out… Read more…

Using Trail Cameras for Late Season Inventory

This is the first blog in a series of Quality Deer Management (QDM) blogs that I’ll author throughout the year where I’ll share with everyone that… Read more…

In Season Scouting

Should scouting stop when the hunting season starts? I think not! some of the best information can be gathered during the course of the hunting… Read more…

Bowhunting Public Land Elk: Part 1

Do you want to succeed where others fail? Then tune into what this accomplished public land elk hunter has to… Read more…

Stump Shooting

Winter is over. It’s time to go stump… Read more…

Big Timber Hot Spots Part 1

Locating good stand sites in big timber can seem overwhelming unless you take the right… Read more…

Grounded!

Think bowhunting from a treestand is the only option you have…think again. A lot can be learned by hunting at ground… Read more…

Post Season Scouting Tips

Are you ready to get the jump on next years buck? Then now is the time to get out and start scouting out your next stand… Read more…

Late Winter Is The Best Time To Scout Your Deer Woods

There are many reasons to scout during the late winter. Here are my… Read more…

6 Tips for Successful Summer Field Scouting

The dog days of summer are upon us. But don’t be tempted to lock yourself in the AC! Now is the perfect time to scout those fields for velvet bucks. It’s… Read more…

Preseason Scouting an Elevator Ridge

Neal McCullough defines an “Elevator Ridge” and how he plans to hunt it this… Read more…