Learn new hunting strategies and management techniques that will help you better understand deer behavior, the lay of the land, and how to hunt mature bucks.
It’s difficult enough to get a fish on the line with no wind, now try to catch one when the line is blowing all over the place. For the fly fisher, when the wind kicks up, you need to learn how to kick back.
Whether it's crappie, perch, blue gill, walleye, or northern pike, these are the best types of structure to target during your next ice fishing adventure.
Ice fishing season is in full swing, here are 5 essential ice fishing tips to help you out-fish your buddies.
To be a successful coyote hunter you must pay attention to the same aspects you consider while deer hunting. Learn how to become a better coyote hunter with these tips.
Since hunters spend the majority of their time in the wilderness, it is best to know how to survive it if the worst should happen. Here are 4 survival skill to help you get out of the wilderness alive.
What's causing bucks to drop their antlers earlier than normal this year? The December snow cover comparison maps might hold the answer as to why antlers are dropping early.
Find out what causes some bucks to drop their antlers early. The overlying answer is stress and here are the biggest factors that causing bucks to shed early.
Every hunter needs to know these 6 essential knife survival skills before they head out into the field again. They may just be the difference between coming back home.
Why do some bucks have a third main beam? Genetics or injury? We dive into the question and offer up answers as to why a buck carries a strange extra beam.
The second rut is REAL. Doe fawns and previously un-bred does come into heat and spark a flurry of rut action during the late-season. Learn how and when you should be hunting!
Blood trailing is one of the most important skills a hunter can possess. Excelling at tracking wounded game relies on experience, education, and persistence.
Hunters continue to agree to disagree about high hits in the “dead zone”. We dive deep into the anatomy of deer to try and solve the mystery of high hits.
Grunting at a big buck can be a nerve racking experience, especially if you don’t know what you’re doing. Use these grunting tips to hit that buck where it counts!
Knowing how and when to hunt the right thermal winds will help you tag more bucks in hill country.
There are four basic sounds that whitetails make: bleat, grunt, wheeze, and snort. Master these and you will be amazed by how many bucks you can call within shooting range.
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 rut based on hunter recorded data.
If done right, hunting whitetail scrapes can be one of the best ways to harvest a buck during the rut.
If you’ve got a hitlist buck you’re after, here are 4 vital reasons the pre-rut is your best chance to wrap your tag around one of his 6-inch antler bases.
The mad dash is fast and furious through the last half of October and you’d be a fool to miss the action. Get your trail cams out over scrapes now!
Few things grab a hunter’s attention more than the sight of a big buck rub. As intriguing as rubs are, the “why” and “how” bucks make rubs is often overlooked by hunters.
Training your dog how to track a blood trail might be easier than you think!
Terrain is a tremendous dictator of deer movement and the huntability of any given property. Use these tips when scouting, hunting, or buying your next property.
The 2016 Rut Predictions are in! Are you a moon guy? Science guy? Cold weather guy? It doesn't matter because we dissect the best rut hunting dates for every theory out there. Read on to find out when you need to be in a treestand!
Early season is a great time to capitalize on a mature buck! Use these 10 essential deer hunting tips to take down a big buck before the rut rolls around.
Learn how and when to be hunting mature bucks throughout each phase of the fall deer hunting season.
How late is too late? First frost date, type of forage, and soil moisture are the biggest factors determining if it's too late to plant food plots this fall.
The best way to describe the whitetail’s world from August 15 to October 1 can be summed up in two words, what’s next? It’s a fascinating time to be both hunter and observer of whitetails.