Tags Posts tagged with "rut"


These are the five biggest lessons you need to learn in order to tag a good buck every season.

Hunters are hitting the woods full of enthusiasm and high hopes for the season. Given the first sit or two at a stand site is often the most productive, it is important to choose and hunt stand sites wisely. Here's how to make a smart choice.

Forester Jason Good was surveying timber in Meigs County, Ohio, when he stumbled upon a bizarre sight that made the hair on the back of his neck stand up: In a waist-deep pool of Leading Creek, nose-to-nose like fish on a stringer, floated three whitetail deer. See the gruesome images.

Rarely do hunters witness a full-blown, knock-down drag-out fight between two bucks. When they do, it will stick in their mind for a long time.

You can never learn enough about whitetail deer. How many of these five fascinating facts did you know?

Finding scrapes during the rut means a buck was there. Will it return? These tips will help you determine the hidden meanings behind most scrapes.

The rut is on! Yet bucks and does may not be where you think they are. This video explains how to locate them.

What triggers the rut? This roundup of scientific explanations can make you a more informed and effective hunter.

A hunter films himself dropping a nice buck, and you won’t believe what happens next...

Trying to film a bull elk up close during the rut is a bad idea; the tourists in this video learned that the hard way.