Buckmasters Magazine

Entries for March 2017

Don’t Bug Me!

Don’t Bug Me!

By Bob Humphrey

Some of the woods’ biggest dangers come in the smallest packages. I’ll never forget my first trip to Texas. There were many memorable moments, but one that stands out occurred on the first afternoon. The outfitter had secured a supply of 8x8x4 plywood moving crates, which he’d converted into ground blinds by making one end panel i... READ MORE

Hunting Below the Threshold

Hunting Below the Threshold

By Jeff Murray

You can’t stop 100% of human scent, but you can reduce it to a huntable level. Is it humanly possible to not smell like a human? I often kick off seminars with this question because it’s a hot, if not the hottest, topic in hunting. Invariably, the “nays” outnumber the “ayes” by at least three to one. Someone migh... READ MORE

Father Knows Best

Father Knows Best

By Bob Gentz

Dad always said not to shoot unless you have a clean shot. During the 3 1/2-hour trip north to my brother-in-law’s camp, I wondered if this would be my year for a trophy. If it wasn’t for my father, who taught me to enjoy the outdoors, I wouldn’t be driving among the thousands of cars full of drivers and passengers heading in the ... READ MORE

Results-Based Scouting

Results-Based Scouting

By Rick Sapp

In order to find mature deer, you have to look for mature deer. Here’s how to do it. ‘We’ve gotten it right … and wrong,’ says nationally recognized white-tailed deer and turkey hunter Tim Hooey. ‘Effective scouting is a year-round deer hunting activity, but the way our generation has been taught to go about it ... READ MORE

Copyright 2018 by Buckmasters, Ltd.

Copyright 2017 by Buckmasters, Ltd