Tips & Tactics

Entries for June 2015

Itching to Scout?

Itching to Scout?

By Tim H. Martin

If you’re like me, you’ve been missing the deer woods for several months and you’re itching to do some pre-season scouting. This time of year, that itch might turn into another kind of itch if you don’t take a few precautions. Venturing into the field during the heat of summer means bringing unwanted visitors home: chigger... READ MORE

Still-Hunting Heritage

Still-Hunting Heritage

By Tim Knight

While growing up in southeastern Ohio, my father taught me many tricks for still-hunting (stalking) white-tailed deer. Since it’s quite hilly here, he showed me an effective method for assaulting the hills, using a deer’s curiosity against them. This tactic works best when deer are in their beds. To begin, he instructed me to stalk just... READ MORE

Itching for a New Hunting Vehicle?

Itching for a New Hunting Vehicle?

By Nationwide

If you are in the market for a new hunting vehicle this summer, here are eight tips that will help when it comes to dealing with salespeople. We’ve all heard about car dealer sales tactics, but once you’re at the dealership, your excitement can get the best of you. According to Forbes and Publiccounsel.org, these are some of the most c... READ MORE

Super Shooting Lanes

Super Shooting Lanes

By Kenneth Pate

If you plant corn in your plots to hunt over, you know how difficult it can be to get a clear shot as whitetails pass through the thick stuff. I have a solution that will not only give you a nice shooting lane, but will attract deer to your plot, as well. On my land in South Carolina, I plant a row of corn, then a row of Austrian winter peas, alt... READ MORE

Milk Jug Range Markers

Milk Jug Range Markers

By Mel Smith

As a bowhunter who likes to hunt from permanent treestands, I have found an inexpensive way to clearly mark my ranges. It's easy; I save plastic milk jugs and use scissors to cut out numbers and staple them to trees around my stands. For instance, I have a stand positioned near a place where three trails intersect. I picked out about 30 trees ran... READ MORE

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