Hunt Whitetails on Work Days

As an avid deer hunter who spends the majority of my time on public land, I am always looking for those little nuggets of deer-hunting wisdom to help give me the edge when it comes to shooting a mature buck. While recently attending the Southeast Deer Study Group meeting in Concord, North Carolina, I came …

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4 Ways to Ensure the Future of Deer Hunting

As a passionate deer hunter, I fear there will come a day when my children or future grandchildren won’t have the opportunity to enjoy pursuing white-tailed deer the way I do. It seems with each passing year, a little more of our hunting heritage gets chipped away. If that day does come, however, it won’t …

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Find Next Season’s Buck Now

Few things are more depressing to a die-hard deer hunter than watching the sun set on the last day of deer season. Regardless of how good or bad the season was, you always wish for one more opportunity to sit in the stand. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end, and once you’ve accepted the …

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My Favorite Bucks Aren’t My Biggest

All hunters treasure a large-racked, mature buck, and record numbers of bucks in this age and antler class are being shot each year. That is great for hunters and the future of hunting. Every hunter who shoots a big buck should be extremely proud of his or her effort, especially when it’s the biggest buck …

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The Most Memorable Hunts

The warm Georgia sun was quickly fading behind the loblolly pines and, with it, any hope I had of Sarah getting a shot at her first deer. It was the last evening of the 2015 QDMA National Youth Hunt, and I had been assigned to guide a 12-year-old girl who had never killed a deer. …

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