Deer Hunting Videos

 

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Deer hunting videos are fun to watch.

There are some really cool deer hunting videos out there. I like to watch them on YouTube and Huntvids.com

Deer Hunting Videos

I have always liked  the Team Realtree Monster Bucks videos. The places that they hunt are awesome. The quality of trophy whitetail deer that they show on the videos is unbelievable.I also like the Primos The Truth series videos. They are great to watch and get you fired up for deer season.I grew up watching deer hunting videos , they help me make it through the year until deer season starts in the fall. I could watch them for hours. I only like the one’s that are fair chase. And the whitetail videos are what I like. Nothing does it for me quite like whitetails. I guess because I grew up hunting them. And they are my passion.I probably have over a hundred videos, and I never get tired of watching them.I have always dreamed of having a job that I loved. And filming deer hunts would be a job that I would love. Bill Jordan and the guys,and Will Primos and his crew all do a great job of bringing us some awesome footage. I love sitting by the fire in late winter watching one of my favorite deer hunting videos.There are some awesome awesome hunting shows on television these days. It is amazing some of the great trophy whitetails that are harvested on videoYou can find a great selection of deer hunting videos . I always love watching hunting videos, some of the old ones are my favorite, I always loved watching Team Fitzgerald and Roger Raglin, they have some awesome hunts. who are some of your favorites? It never gets old putting in the old VCR tapes and popping them in and watching them by a nice warm fire on a cold winters day.

Shed Antlers Trail Camera Photos

The big bucks are shedding their antlers now. And I went shed hunting last week, but I didn’t have any luck. Some of the guys in our club went and found quite a few.

Pictures Of Bucks With Shed Antlers

Rosco at feeder

Trail camera photos can help you figure out big bucks.

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This is Rosco with shed antlers.

I put out a trail camera and hopefully I will get some good shots soon. I did get an email of some trail camera photos taken on our deer hunting property. And the biggest buck that we know of on our property has shed his antlers, and I thought it would be cool to show you some before and after trail camera photos.

That’s pretty cool isn’t it. Were thinking his antlers may be regressing this year. The age factor probably will start to catch up with him. It sure will be interesting to see. We have seen him on camera for several years now, but he is just to smart, he didn’t get that big being dumb. We think he may have been seen once or twice during deer season, but not really sure. He is a smart buck and moves mostly at night. He will be hard to get for sure. Nocturnal bucks are the hardest one’s to get and do most of their moving at night except during the rut.

It is so neat to see the big bucks grow their antlers throughout the year. Technology is a wonderful thing isn’t it? Hopefully, I will be able to get some good shots of some deer growing their antlers this year. I’ll put them on here if I do. There have been some really nice sheds found this year, a few of my friends have found some big ones. I would love to find Rosco’s sheds he is a brute for sure.

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Choosing Deer Hunting Rifle

Deer RiflesI just love looking at all the different  guns and would love to get a new deer hunting rifle. And I have decided that I want at least one of each. I love you honey, if you are reading this. There’s just so many nice one’s to choose from. Why not just get one of each, that way you don’t have to make such a tough decision on which one is best for you.

When you are shopping for deer rifles there are a few things to consider before making a decision on which one to buy.

Deer Hunting Rifle

I have had my eye on a Remington Model 700 mountain rifle for quite some time. Even though just last year I bought a Winchester Model 70 7MM WSM that I absolutely love. I shot a nice 9 pointer with it and it did a great job. When I got my first deer hunting rifle at 13 years old, I used a Marlin 30-30 lever action that my mother gave me. I’m sure she probably got a good deal, she worked at a gun store. I took a lot of deer with that rifle. I bet there have been as many deer taken with a 30-30 as just about any other rifle.

One of the things you should consider is what type of terrain you will be hunting. Will it be thick brush country, or wide open terrain, or a combination of both , or something else. I found another great article on calibers for deer. You can check them out and decide which one is best suited for the type of hunting you will be doing. If you are going to be doing a lot of walking you want to consider a light weight deer hunting rifle. I have Ruger M77 300 WIN Mag and I don’t like carrying that thing to far, it is heavy. But it sure will do the job on a big whitetail. They don’t go far when you hit them with it.

Also, you want to decide if you want a bolt action, auto loading, or lever action. Each one has its own special qualities.

You can see a great article on each here, bolt actions, lever actions, auto loading deer rifles. Once you do some research you can go to a gun store and check out different ones and compare prices and see which one fits your needs, and budget.

No matter which one you choose to get, I think it is our responsibility as hunters to practice with it, and sight it in properly, in order to make a good shot and harvest the animal as quickly and humanely possible.

Also I think that it’s not so much the caliber that matters(maybe at certain distances) but shot placement is critical. I think maybe I contradicted myself, because without the correct caliber, shot placement would be difficult.

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Ruger and Winchester

I hope this article and the links in it, will be helpful to you , when shopping for a deer rifle.