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Deer Hunting: 6 Rules for More Success with Ground Blind

A ground blind is a common ambush when hunting many types of game. It enables the hunter to stay out of sight while protecting them from the elements. It comes in handy when the terrain does not offer regular cover like trees and is a safer option ...

Scent Glands 101: Making Sense of Whitetail Deer Scents

Can you name all the different glands a Whitetail deer has? If you only got stuck at interdigital and tarsal, don't worry, you aren't alone. Most people realize that deer have much more than scent glands, but not many people can name them all. ...

Deer Lures: A Guide to Using Deer Scents & Attractants

Pound for pound, a deer's nose is thousands of times more sensitive than the human nose. Heck, a deer's nose is more sensitive than a dog's nose. That's why combined with its sense of hearing, a deer's sense of smell is one of its best survival ...

Bow and Broadhead Arrow Offseason Maintenance Tips by the Experts

Every hunter knows that no matter how skilled you are at stealth and finding your prey, it ultimately comes down to your weapon of choice and how well you maintain it. Granted, you could always fashion a makeshift trap out of the materials you ...

Waterproof Mens Mittens Are Ideal for Hunting – Here’s Why

Hunting in mittens might sound counterintuitive because you need your fingers to: calibrate the scope, pull the trigger and even put that rattle call to good use. So it goes to reason that, while you need to have some hand protection from the ...

What Exactly Is Deer Dander Cover Scent, and Does It Work?

Did you know that deer have about 297 million olfactory scent receptors in that little nose of theirs? To put it in context, humans only have 5 million, and dogs have 220 million. So, yeah! You can say that the deer you are hunting has an ...