You've waited months, maybe years, for this moment. But now what? The hunting pros at OutdoorHub share six essential tips for what you need to do after shooting a deer.
Deer hunters take several shapes and forms, and everyone has their own approach to bagging bucks. Some more successful than others, but to each their own.
Here are four simple ideas to keep in mind while hunting public land, brought to you by the experts at OutdoorHub.
Summer isn’t usually thought of as prime hunting season. Many people think of turkey hunting in the spring or deer hunting in the fall. However, people that hang up their rifles in the warmer weather are missing out on some of the hidden gems of hunting. Here are a few tips to have an amazing hunt this summer.
To help you hit the mark in the most humane possible way, this helpful infographic from the outdoors experts at Wilderness Today will keep your eye on the target.
Whitetail deer are the most common large mammal species in North America, with over 30 million of these cloven-hoofed ungulates ...
Statistics show that one in three hunters will fall sometime in their lifetime while hanging their treestand. Here are ten tips from the experts at OutdoorHub to help you avoid that potentially life-threatening fate!
These might add a few extra pounds to your load, but a tripod for glassing your game might make the difference for filling your tag or not.
OutdoorHub's managing editor shares five tips for ensuring you're primed for bowhunting success during the fall whitetail season.
Ford Ranch in central Texas, home to the legendary "Brady Buck," was sold this week by Sam Middleton for the first time in over 100 years.
Rancho Estrella occupies over 8,000 acres of South Texas brush country and grassland savanna, in a region celebrated for the quality of its whitetail deer, bobwhite quail and dove hunting.
Attracting a whitetail deer when hunting is quite the art form. From camouflage and lures, to scents and decoys, the ...
Don’t overlook Texas when prospecting around for options to pursue mule deer and elk.
There is one animal in particular that generates more revenue than all God’s wild creatures on earth put together and that is the whitetail deer.
The key to preventing habitat damage is figuring out how many deer a piece of land can support without causing any harm to the land or the plants on it.
From your perch in a deer blind, you see a buck come into the open. As you excitedly line up your shot, finger on the trigger, you take a moment to watch him. You don’t want to take an immature buck. But you have only seconds to guess his age. Do you shoot?
In deer management, the elements of concern are nutrition, age and genetics. When a manager understands the impact of each of these and strikes a balance between them, the result is robust bucks and a healthy deer herd.