Bow Hunting White Tailed Deer

There is no greater challenge in my opinion than bow hunting white tailed deer. I have hunted white tailed deer for 30 years now and nothing other than trying to hit a golf-ball straight is more challenging than consistently harvesting mature white tailed deer bow hunting. There is just something special about using a primitive weapon deer hunting matching wits with a trophy buck. It takes great attention to detail thorough scouting and countless hours on the stand, getting up at 4:00am when you easily could be tucked in a nice warm bed. Bow Hunting White Tailed Deer It takes getting the animal within a very close range which anyone who has gone bow hunting knows it isn’t as easy as it sounds. You have to use the wind to your favor because if they have an unbelievable sense of smell and if they smell you the game is over … Continue reading

Trophy Buck Deer Tracks

I went shed hunting at the deer camp this past Monday, and although I didn’t find any sheds it was a very good day to be out walking in the woods with my camera. As I was walking I saw a lot of deer tracks, some you could tell were doe tracks and some you could tell were  made by a trophy buck. It always gets my blood boiling when I see a nice big set of trophy buck deer tracks. Have you ever been walking and when you see big boys tracks you stop in yours and follow them? Then, when you loose them you turn around and backtrack his steps to see where he came from. There is just something about seeing that trophy buck tracks that gets me going. You can learn quite a bit about the deer by the tracks. Most of the time you can tell … Continue reading

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