Whitetail Hunting Blog

TROPHY CLASS!!!

Posted by montanagrant on September 18, 2019

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The biggest, oldest, and real monster bucks are in a class all their own. To tag one of these Big Racked Monsters, you must hunt them as if they were a different species. All kinds of deer, elk, or big racked critters get that way because they are survivors. To get big, you must have some age, genetics, and health. Survival is key. Avoiding a crowded world, fragmented habitat, threats, close calls, and finding sanctuaries

WHAT YOU SEE NOW…

Posted by montanagrant on August 27, 2019

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Is what you will get! August antlers are fully developed and shedding velvet. Once the velvet sheds, the antler bone is no longer growing. Antler calcification is an amazing process. The conversion of food into “Horn” is one of natures coolest tricks. The pedicle or antler base cuts off any nutrient flow during August and early September. Bucks will still be traveling in Bachelor groups and focusing on eating and living life. Bucks tend to

BUCK OFF!!!

Posted by montanagrant on August 15, 2019

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Spotting a Big Buck in your hunting area before the season is exciting. You have prepared your food plots, put out licks, prepared your stands, and are ready for the bow season to start. Your routine scouting and trail cams are paying off. Now “Buck Off!” Too many hunters ruin a good thing by over scouting and disturbing their hunting area. Every time you travel into your area, you leave scent, interrupt deer patterns, and

JOIN THE A-TEAM !

Posted by montanagrant on July 18, 2019

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We are nearing the time when you should stay out of your hunting spot. The scouting and any improvements should be complete. Be like the A-Team. “Love it when a plan comes together!” Stand upgrades    Hammer any final nails, screw in any hooks, and add any camo. Check for insect nests. Waking up a hive of bees on opening morning could get nasty. Check all your connections and contact points. Change the ratchet straps and

HUNTER’S TRAIL !!!

Posted by montanagrant on July 7, 2019

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Summertime is a great time to train future deer hunters. The outdoors is full of life, fun, and critters. This is a perfect time to introduce new hunters to the fold. Fishing Derby’s serve the same role for future fishermen. Start by having the “rookie” hunters take a Hunter safety Course. This will get them started. Once they understand the rules and limits, they can start to master the skills. Find a public area, park,