Trail Camera Pictures Shed Hunting

I have been keeping corn out and I even put out some new mineral lick spots and Trophy Rocks and I have gotten several pictures shed hunting of some big bodied bucks that had already dropped their headgear. Pictures Shed Hunting The only bucks that I have gotten pictures shed hunting  lately that are still carrying their headgear are smaller bucks. I just wish I could find one nice antler, I see all these guys finding truckloads of bone and I can’t seem to find a decent drop. I know I’ve got big bucks on the properties I’m deer hunting they are all over my trail camera pictures. I have been out a few times shed hunting, but I haven’t had any luck though. I definitely need to get me shed hunting dog. How about you have you been able to do any shed hunting? I have heard of several … Continue reading

Deer Hunting Trail Camera Pictures

It has been a great season for us and we have gotten tons of great deer hunting trail camera pictures. Deer Hunting Trail Camera Photographs I don’t know how many deer hunting trail camera pictures I have gotten but it is a lot. I have been going through them lately and trying to organize them and delete the ones that I didn’t want to keep. It has been a job getting all of them put into folders and keeping them organized. I have three different properties that I have permission to hunt, and at all three I’ve gotten deer hunting trail camera pictures of at least one monster whitetail. The biggest buck we got a photo of was a whitetail we named Horn Donkey. He didn’t start showing up until around late October in the middle of the night but as the rut approached he started showing up more and … Continue reading

Late Season Bucks

Having food can really increase your odds at getting late season bucks.It can be a real challenge if you don’t have any  food sources to focus on when getting after  late season bucks. Late Season Bucks Tips Having food can really increase your odds at getting late season bucks deer hunting. Is the rut over where you are? It seemed to peak around the second week of November here in Kansas. I know there will still be some does that were not bred that will come into estrous but for the most part it seems to be over. With the cold weather it seems the bucks are focusing on the food sources to regain the weight that they lost during the rut in order to be able to survive the harsh winters here in the mid-west. If you have some food sources available this time of year you really have … Continue reading