Today on the show I’m joined by DIY bowhunter and Whitetail Addictions team member Heath Cisco to discuss in detail exactly how he locates, studies, and moves in on top tier whitetail bucks.
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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...
By Alex Comstock
Even though the rut is viewed as the whitetail hunter’s super bowl by many, it’s not as simple or easy as picking out a random tree and hunting. The rut can be a grind, a lot of work, and an all-around challenge.
One guy I’ve noticed who always seems to conquer those challenges, and who hunts as hard as anyone, is Zach Ferenbaugh from The Hunting Public. For some solid advice for dealing with the challenges that come with hunting...
Want to find more shed antlers this spring? Here’s one very simple trick that should help – quite possibly the simplest.
Knock on doors.
Shed hunting is a numbers game. The more miles you walk in productive areas, the more chance you have of finding antlers. But too many people limit themselves to shed hunting just the couple properties they deer hunt. If you want to be one of those guys/gals who comes home every spring with a pile of bone, that...