Whether you’re prepping for your next hunt or missing the woods, we have stories on all things whitetail — from big buck success stories to the latest deer camp chatter, we've got you covered.
Learn how to capitalize on big bucks in standing corn during the early season and why deer prefer these hidden travel routes within the corn.
5 critically important musky fishing tips to keep in mind when you see a muskie following behind your lure.
Sometimes deer hunting requires some creativity, here are 6 easy ways to steer deer within effective bow range.
Most food plotters focus on the now at the expense of the future. It's important to understand how what they plant this current season, will affect their food plots down the road.
Wondering how hard it is to start fletching your own arrows? We take you through the process in 8 simple steps - you'll be asking yourself why you haven't been fletching your own arrows all along.
When fishing for muskies, Joe Bucher doesn’t want you to be the one making the most or longest casts, but rather the one making the most effective retrieve after every cast.
Food plots are just a tool in the tool box. They have their place and in the appropriate situation they are very useful. However, they are not the one and only solution to managing deer.
Get more out of your food plots! Here are 12 things you should do to increase the growth and nutrition per acre of food plot before you decide to plant more acreage.
Need a permanent and perennial fast growing screen tree to block off a section of your hunting property from visual disturbance? We're taking the test for you to help you know if these screen trees are right for your hunting property.
Legendary Whitetails teamed up with the team at Quiver Hunting App to provide a groundbreaking analysis as to when you should really be hunting the 2017 rut based on hunter recorded data.
For a successful food plot, plan out the entire property and consider all the factors that will make it a great hunting spot and give the deer what they need.
As the woods start to green up, a turkey hunter must adapt to the changing conditions and use different turkey calling and hunting techniques to draw in seasoned gobbler.