During this lackadaisical period, bulls avoid direct interaction with cows, but that doesn’t mean they won’t be in the same neighborhood. This is reason number one to locate summer herds of cows and calves.
How to hunt predators in sight of city limits and rural homesteads by walking less but covering more ground.
Your toughest December quarry is a herd of vigilante does.
You don't need a taxidermist to turn a trophy rack into a classy European mount. Here are three easy ways to do it.
Break out the map; there's still time to salvage your elk season.
Spot-and-stalk tactics rule for mule deer success in the West, especially with the early-season archery crowd. But Gobi-dry environments and continuing drought has opened up another option: Wait by the water.
They have to be within 200 yards now,” I whispered softly to my son as the thick forest below our sagebrush knob blew up with elk bugles and the mews of cows trying to control the chaos. At least two bulls screamed at each other in throat-stinging threats. If I’d been dropped into the site without a clue, I’d have bet the September rut was in full swing. But I’d have been wrong. It was October.
We were mule deer hunting and could only listen to the shrouded show, but the performance provided insight for a future hunt.
If you find locating elk to be challenging season after season, put these three places in your strategy notes and use them the next time the elk go ghost on you.
Here's how to hang your stands without scaring off mature bucks.
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