Whitetail Hunting Blog

November 10, 2018


This years Rut is on. As the forests of the Appalachians have shed their leaves and mast crop, cooler weather and shorter days make huge antlered bucks, Horny! Sadly, this is their downfall as they search the forests and fields for a doe to mate with. Fortunately, one dominant buck
Hunters florescent orange vests and hats are essential for safe hunting in most hunting scenarios. This bright color warns others of your presence, so you are not miss identified or in the line of fire. Makes perfect sense. Landowners and wardens can also locate hunters from afar. Most states require
Hunting, Shooting
October 10, 2018


Gutting a deer is no fun!  It is a job that needs to be done quickly and safely. Many new hunters save this chore for the moment they harvest their first critter. Roll up your sleeves and dig in. There is only one way to “Git er Done!” Here are
September 29, 2018


The International Hunters Education Association reported that there are 300-500 hunters killed and almost 6000 are injured in tree stand accidents. Many of the tree stand accidents happen when the hunter is climbing or exiting the stand. Many also fall from their stands when falling asleep in their stand and
There are more caliber choices today than ever. Different hunters have their special favorites. Many feel that their choice is the best, right choice. Friendships have ended over caliber arguments. Whether using a rifle, shotgun, or black powder gun, do your homework and make the choice that best suits your
Hunting, Shooting