This week Mark Kenyon shares recent research that points to the fact that bucks might be more patternable during the rut than we've been led to believe.
By Alex Comstock
THE. RUT. Those two words trigger thoughts of sheer happiness and dreams filled with big bucks for deer hunters. For most people, it’s their super bowl, and the time of the year we look forward to the most. With that in mind, I wanted to reach out to somebody who’s garnered success during the rut over the years to see what we could learn.
Greg Miller is someone who has been hunting mature bucks for a long time and I thought he’d...
We’d barely walked a half mile from the trailhead on the first morning when a respectable, dark-horned 4×4 strode out into the icy breeze 100 yards ahead. The appearance sent my four buddies into a flurry of conversation. “Nate should shoot it; it’s his birthday.” “No, Carson, you’re up, we wanted to get your first 4-point.”
We’d already seen three other good bucks, a herd of pronghorn, and a bachelor group of ten bull elk on the short drive in...
This week on the show, I'm joined by Jeff Sturgis to discuss his in-depth perspective on patterning bucks during the rut and his process for dialing in a plan for bucks at all times of year.
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