A fox-calling study conducted in the 1950s can help you call in more fox today.
Hunt winter deer in early to mid-December and take advantage of what’s often a “perfect storm.” What makes the storm? There are a number of key factors.
CWD is killing more deer every year, and research money is drying up. Is there a way to stop chronic wasting disease from damaging deer hunting as we know it?
The troubles plaguing deer and deer hunting in the United States are the same ones plaguing hunting itself. Whether it’s fewer hunters, access to land, or poor public perceptions of hunting, their impacts on deer hunting are obvious.
In an effort to better work with wildlife agencies, lobby lawmakers and shape policy nationwide, several top deer hunting organizations have banded together to pool their strength in an effort to preserve America’s top game species.
Anyone who tells you “deer always…” or “deer never…” is full of you-know-what. Here are 10 examples of these commonly believed myths that just don’t hold up.