Culling bucks doesn't work. Shooting "cull bucks" to improve the antler configuration in a wild herd of whitetails, elk or mule deer is a popular exercise -- but a waste of time. A better way to produce bucks and bulls with big antlers is to NOT shoot young bucks, … [Read more...] about 7 Reasons Why Culling Bucks Doesn’t Work
If you’re reading this in early November, pull on your pants, grab your rattling antlers and hit the whitetail woods. This is the best time to rattle whitetails, and bucks are waiting for your call. Rut-crazy bucks have long been a dream date for hunters. This is the whacky … [Read more...] about How To Rattle Whitetails Now!
What’s not to like about a September backcountry elk hunt? Aspens, cottonwoods and mountain maples are dressed for a parade, showering gold and red confetti on the world. Mountain streams run clear and cold, laughing their way toward a winter vacation on the seashore … [Read more...] about Backcountry Elk Hunt Inspiration
The Boone & Crockett Records of North American Big Game “book,” 13th Edition of 2011, reveals not just the biggest typical and non-typical whitetail antlers ever recorded by that august organization, but some of the weirdest, too. Via the B&C scoring system, a rack must … [Read more...] about Weird and Wild Trophy Whitetails