Watching Whitetail Velvet Bucks Grow

whitetail velvet buck

Well summer is in full swing and it has been fun watching whitetail velvet bucks grow. It is always fun seeing how big our bucks on properties we hunt get every summer and fall.  The anticipation every time we check our trail cameras builds as we pop in that sd card or pull up that email every time we get a notification on our phone. It’s like Christmas morning to us hunters when we get those pictures of deer that gets our hearts beating a little faster. Watching Whitetail Velvet Bucks Grow You know what it’s like when you check those trail cameras and you get that big brute on camera for the first time and you are calling your buddies and telling them. Then as the summer progresses and we get to watch them grow and develop to their full potential and we know which ones make the hit … Continue reading

Trail Camera Pictures Shed Hunting

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

Exciting Trail Camera Picture

I recently got and exciting trail camera picture. Bow season started yesterday here in Kansas and I was able to get out this morning and finally was able do some deer hunting. I hunted a lock-on stand that is right behind our house. The wind was supposed to be out of the southwest this morning according to the weather report on yahoo but when I went outside the wind was out of the southeast and I decided the stand behind the house was okay to hunt with a southeast wind. I headed out with plenty of time to get in the stand before daylight. I finally got settled in as daylight was cracking and after a few minutes I looked to my right and I see horns heading my way from about 70 yards through a small strip of trees. The adrenaline started pumping as I swung my camera arm … Continue reading