Whitetail Hunting Blog

By Gene Mueller, Author of Gene Mueller’s World of Fishing & Hunting, January 24, 2013 What happened to three Canadian hunters who visited the fabulous DannerHolz Whitetails, LLC deer facility in the Alleghany Mountains of Pennsylvania is the stuff dreams are made of. Luc and his 8-year-old son, “One Shot” Eliot
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Did you know, in the fall many of the summer foods lose chlorophyll making them less tasty to the deer and sending the deer into the forest to browse for dropping acorns,. Acorns are a preferred food source for deer. There are two main types of oak trees that drop
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By Othmar Vohringer “When does the whitetail deer rut occur?” This is the most frequently asked question wherever I talk to hunters. In a previous article, Understanding the rut, I explained what the different phases of the rut and the triggers for that event. No other subject of whitetail deer hunting is as controversial
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Scoring White-tail Bucks by: Ted Lake Many archery deer hunters today have set higher personal standards as far as hunting trophy bucks. They seem to be putting more demands on themselves simply to locate a record buck and to harvest it, only to have it put into the book of
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Healthy Aspects of Venison by: Jim Nelson Deer hunting season is more than a time for avid hunters to enjoy a fun and challenging outdoor activity; it is more than a time for hunters to fill their freezers with fresh caught meat; it is a time for people to change
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