Choose the best locations for your trail camera so you can get photos of as many bucks as possible.
Don't spook the deer you are hunting by carelessly choosing your camera locations. These tips will help you minimize your impact.
Optimize the settings on your trail camera to get the best possible photos.
Use these tips to find the gross score of a whitetail antler.
In today's management setting, there is increased emphasis on letting bucks reach maturity before shooting them. These tips will help you better age bucks on the hoof.
By taking a few measures when setting up your trail cameras, you can improve the quality of the photos you receive.
You can use your trail cameras to do a survey of the deer on your property to determine buck to doe ratios, herd health and even the best places to hunt come fall.
Once your trophy is down you can spoil the mount if you don't take a few measures to assure the best possible product makes it to the taxidermist's shop.
Get your peep sight to come back square to your eye every time so you don't have to use rubber tubing.
Don't overlook the importance of strength when aiming. Strong shooting muscles will allow you to relax and hold steady.