2016 NYS Youth Hunt Page 2 – more photos from the annual youth deer hunt
Nice Ontario County buck on October 18, 2017. He was taken at 38 yards with an Elite Impulse 31. He is a mainframe 10-point with split brow tines.
Nothing compares to the Magic Hour for deer hunters. During those 60 minutes of the day, we know we’re in for something unpredictable. The post Memories and Perspectives From the Magic Hour appeared first on Deer & Deer Hunting | Whitetail Deer Hunting Tips.
Survival Here’s how to craft a serviceable bow for survival situations Building a quality set takes time and skill, but you can knock out a fast or “Quicky” bow and arrow set in just an hour or two, with minimal skill.
For years I tried to find a lantern case that would protect my old Coleman Model 200A lantern. My father gave me this lantern over forty years ago, and it is dated as being made in 1957. The original metal cases are hard to come by, and expensive. The plastic cases of today do not […]
Savor delicious flavors of wild venison pared with foraged chanterelles and juniper berries, a savory creation that captures the essence of the outdoors. The post Fully Wild: Savor the Flavors of Venison with Foraged Chanterelles appeared first on Deer & Deer Hunting | Whitetail Deer Hunting Tips.
Bow sights are critical to success, especially with spot-and-stalk tactics for white-tailed or mule deer where you must have immediate feedback for the best shot. The post Top Bow Tips for Spotting, Stalking Whitetails appeared first on Deer & Deer Hunting | Whitetail Deer Hunting Tips.
With shorter days and football season in full swing, many Arkansas hunters are starting to get the itch to enjoy a quiet morning in the woods, waiting on a deer to show at their favorite hunting spot. Hunters who can’t stand the wait until modern gun season opens have a great opportunity to get out […]
Got this deer on 10-13-2017 hit over night in Horseheads, NY near the Byrne Dairy in Horseheads, NY off Rte 13
With no uniform approach to battle chronic wasting disease, state wildlife officials must work with federal officials and each other to fight CWD. The post CWD Update: No Uniform Approach to Fight Deadly Deer Disease appeared first on Deer & Deer Hunting | Whitetail Deer Hunting Tips.
Are you are tired of trying to keep track of your shooting tab? Here is a little trick that I use. Sew a thin, 6-inch piece of Velcro to the top portion of the finger hole on the tab. When you are finished shooting, fasten the Velcro around an arrow in your bow quiver as […]
FRENCH CREEK, W.Va. — The three-day special antlerless deer season for youth hunters, persons who possess a Class Q/QQ permit and senior citizens with a Class XS license will soon be underway. The first segment of the season is one day, Oct. 21, and the second segment is two days, Dec. 26-27. This season is […]
A longtime and well-known sausage-maker has quit processing venison, citing consumer safety, due to concerns about chronic wasting disease. The post CWD Concerns Force Processor to Quit Venison appeared first on Deer & Deer Hunting | Whitetail Deer Hunting Tips.
When I began hunting one of the most intriguing aspects was how my father could find deer based on the shot placement and what he saw on the ground. The post Know Your Shot Placement to Find Your Deer appeared first on Deer & Deer Hunting | Whitetail Deer Hunting Tips.
With the uncertainty of processed foods lately, there seems to be more interest in the process of canning, or as we call it, bottling. This is a great way to tame those tough cuts of venison to be used later for chili, stew or sandwiches. Bottling meat is a fairly simple process, if you follow […]