Late-season hunting can be one of the most predictable times of year to catch a big buck up feeding. However, these deer are also the most alert and scent control is a must.
Pairing scent control and cover scents may seem contradictory and counterintuitive, but it can be a very effective strategy to employ at any time during the season. Here’s a four-step plan for doing it right.
While a buck uses his nose to detect danger for the majority of the year, during the rut he’s using it to locate estrous does for breeding. Turn a buck’s nose against him by using a scent drag.
Not all scrapes are the same. Learning to decipher which ones are the best can put you within bow range of a mature buck.
Whether for trail camera images or to place a buck right in your shooting lane, a mock scrape is an effective tool for hunters. Here’s how to make one that works.
Employ a full arsenal of scents for success in every phase of the season.
Hunting season is almost here and there are just a few mop-up chores left to ensure you enter and exit your stands without alerting deer to your presence.
Are you planning or going on a DIY hunt this fall? Now is the time to prep and have everything ready to go. Professional Hunter Chris Parrish shares his top 11 tips for the DIY hunter.