While the focus of trail cams is hopefully on deer, hunters often find other critters on the images. This can be fun and even beneficial, since full-scale comprehensive game management of any given hunting property has to encompass the full spectrum of wildlife species. This means also understanding and appreciating the impact these other animals have on the deer population. […]
Kerry French has had his share of frustration from trail cameras, and not just for failure of capturing deer photos. […]
Trail cameras just take photographs. They are not a magic bullet and will not make you a better hunter.
However, they can yield vital deer herd profile information, and this data can be very revealing for a landowner, game manager, and certainly a deer hunter. This photo information can make hunters better game managers, and in turn become more successful deer hunter as well. […]
Now is not the time to sit idly by once you have your food plots planted for the fall deer hunting season. There is still plenty of work to do especially if you have an established deer camp with a campground, cabins, trailers and other camp infrastructure in need of annual maintenance, repair, or replacement. Get on these jobs now so you can relax later and concentrate on hunting. […]
It’s a given that August is hot, humid and nasty. Who in the world is thinking now about fall hunting?
Well, any deer hunter worth his trail camera, grunt call, bow and arrows or a favorite deer rifle is already dreaming about sitting over a well-groomed food plot in a well-positioned tree stand or shooting house. […]
So, why do you think nearly everyone at the beach is sitting under a sun umbrella in July? Highway workers are wearing big brim hats with cooler wraps around their necks. Roofers, well, they are just sweating it off. […]
It is definitely not time to put away your shotgun or .22 rimfire rifle.
Hunters these days tend to wrap things up after deer season is over. It’s like they never look at the hunting season schedule to see that small-game hunting is still open until the end of February. […]
Oftentimes, deer hunters are not fully tuned into the details. Me included.
Perhaps you folks knew this one, but there is some fine print in the deer-hunting regulations about weapons choices during the “primitive weapons” seasons. […]