Today on the show I’m joined by my friend and DIY whitetail bowhunting extraordinaire Andy May to answer your most pressing and challenging deer hunting questions.
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A rut. It’s a good thing when referring to a time of year. It’s a bad thing when referring to something thing you fall into. Unfortunately, for a lot of us, if you hunt the same property multiple years in a row, that’s exactly what happens.
When arriving on a new property most of us do some scouting, hang a few tree stands and then do some tweaking based off what we learn. But eventually, maybe a year or two down the road, we settle into our ways...
Rifle calibers are kind of like craft beer (hear me out). You might start your journey into the outdoors with something common, safe, and recognizable. Maybe a .22LR, .223 Rem., or a .30-06. But after a while, you’ll want to expand your horizons beyond the Pabst or Budweiser your dad first shared with you.
We’re not talking anything too crazy. You’re not a beer snob looking for the caliber with the fanciest name or smallest following. You want a...
Words by Kevin Murphy
In most parts of the country gray squirrels like the big hardwoods whereas fox squirrels like more open lands such as river bottoms. But both can be found in either habitat.
Squirrels have two breeding periods, one in the late spring and early summer and another in the days leading up to the winter solstice.
Noting the Nests
Nests are a sure sign that squirrels have been in the area. You may see a couple of different types...