“Speed Touring” during pre-season

Deer Can’t Differentiate Between Scouting And Hunting… How many times have you heard of or witnessed a nice buck consistently come out and feed in the same location every evening during the summer only to dissipate into thin air just prior to season. In areas...

Part One: The Science…

Reducing your scent signature It wasn’t that many years ago in the whitetail bowhunting world that the predominant wind direction dictated the locations you could hunt. I used to practice diligent scent control, washing my clothes in non-scent detergent, hanging...

Hunting standing corn

Hunting Is Difficult–Yet Extremely Effective For many hunters the 2009 deer season was disappointing. I can only assume that many thought about all the post- and preseason work they did in an attempt to get the upper hand, but it all seemed for naught. By the...

When is a signpost worthy of hunting?

Hunting Pressured Whitetail… To many bowhunters, including myself, visual signposts such as rubs, rublines, scrapes, multiple scrape areas, and a scrapes overhanging licking branches often dictate how, when, and where we hunt. They are made for several reasons...

The proper location for successful bowhunting

Dealing With Hunting Pressure… Once you find a good hunting location picking out a tree may seem like a relatively simple task, but in a state like Michigan there are many factors to consider when doing so. Hunting pressure is likely the most critical phrase...