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Fools Rush In
The number one rule for taking a trophy buck is to not allow the buck to know he’s being hunted. That requires extreme caution, and it also requires not hunting in what others might consider to be the most promising spots. Start by studying the buck...

Post-Season Deer Scouting
Perhaps the most useful thing you can learn from post-season deer scouting is where the deer, and particularly the buck, end up. Get out right after the season is over and take a look. Once the hunting pressure slacks off, and certainly by the time s...

Grunt Any Time
Try to match the habits of the deer when calling. Grunting can be effective anywhere, any time. Many pros carry a grunt tube at all times, and for some it’s the only call they use. Try your call when you see a deer to see what kind of “music” your lo...

Next Year’s Deer
At the end of the season, you might stow your bow and/or gun, but you should get ready for the most productive and important scouting of the year. Winter and early spring offer incredible insight into deer, particularly into buck habitat and behavior...

Scrape Savvy
Scrapes are like email for sexually active deer. The buck paws out a clean area of soil, usually under an overhanging limb, and urinates in it. If a receptive doe comes by, she also urinates in the scrape. When the buck returns to “check his mail,” h...
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