Watch Deer & Deer Hunting’s Saturday Night Deer Camp on Pursuit Channel!
Deer & Deer Hunting’s Saturday Night Deer Camp debuts on Pursuit Channel with four great deer hunting shows that will get you ready for the upcoming hunting season. It may be summer and you’re thinking about swimming, watermelon and grilled burgers, but it’s also time to start thinking about autumn with Deer & Deer Hunting’s Saturday Night […]
Blazing Bolts: How Much Speed Do You Need for a Crossbow?
Whether you shoot a Barnett, TenPoint, Horton, Wicked Ridge, PSE, Parker or other crossbow, knowing which arrows and broadheads work best is critical for success. Just how much speed do you really need to create the best crossbow for deer hunting success? It may not be as much as you think. Selecting the right arrow […]
Diversity is Your Best Food Plot Plan for Year-Round Forage
As I walked down the trail enclosed overhead by bare oak branches, I crept past several green fields full of clovers and other growing plants. Farther down the trail, I stop at a secluded brown food plot that appeared to have been abandoned long ago. The lush, green soybeans from summer were now thin-stalked skeletons, […]
Fact or Fiction: Wild Turkeys Nearly Went Extinct
Often deemed “the greatest conservation success story in North America,” I think we’ve all heard about the supposed near extinction of the wild turkey. Is it true, though? Was our favorite game bird nearly wiped out at one time? Can you imagine springtime without the wild turkey? I reached back into the turkey timeline to […]
Bowfishing: Gar Often Get Bad Rap
Pity the gar, a homely fish that looks like a needle-nose pliers with fins. Gar are so ugly their reputation suffers whenever they swim within view of piers, shorelines or anchored boats. People see gar and make two assumptions: they taste awful and they’re up to no good. That’s why this prehistoric predator has long […]
12 Ways to Prepare for Deer Season Now
Will you be ready when the big day arrives? If you’re a last-minute deer-season prepper, it’s time to change old habits and get on top of your preparations so that when opening day dawns, you’ll be confident and ready. Following are 12 ways you can prepare for deer season starting now. Go! Bow-Kill a Hog […]
Wisconsin DNR Gives Alternative Facts on CWD
Baghdad Bob has apparently found employment in the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources’ communications office, judging by an agency press release that proclaimed, “CWD samples nearly doubled in 2016 – thank you hunters!” Yes, we should commend Wisconsin’s hunters for submitting 6,095 deer for chronic wasting disease tests during 2016’s hunting seasons. That’s nearly double […]
POW: A Tick Disease Worse Than Lyme?
As if we didn’t already have enough to worry about when it comes to dodgin’ ticks in our warm weather outdoor pursuits, studies now show that there is a virus ticks carry that is far worse than Lyme disease. Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi carried by ticks. It commonly causes illnesses […]
Lumenok HD Orange Lighted Nock Review
Lumenok invented the first lighted arrow back in 2002 and within 2 years it became widely available to archers industry wide. Over the years, there have been a lot of other companies that have invented their own versions of the lighted nock that activate on different mechanisms. Here is an in depth look at how […]
Texas Hog Hunting
Turkey season is wrapping up across most of the country, and the BHOD crew is wasting little time in looking to other options to stay in the hunt. Team member, Tyler Barron, recently did a little work on the Texas hogs in his part of the country.Tyler used Heartland Wildlife End of the Trail attractant […]