Whitetail

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Grabbing everyone’s attention and standing out from the crowd is a real challenge at Dallas Safari Club. After several hours walking the endless rows of antlers, fur and leather, everything starts to blend together and fade into the background. That is, until a brand new camouflage company (ironically) stood out and ca…

Shot made, blood trail found, animal field-dressed and skinning finished…Now the real work begins. Don’t have the cash to just drop your deer off at a processor? Want to pick up a new skill and do it all yourself from start to finish? Check out these deer processing tips to get you started. Keep everything cold  Bacte…

Do you even lift, bro? This is why you pick a bow draw weight you can handle.

AUSTIN –Hunters should expect the 2015-16 Texas white-tailed deer season to be one of the best in years as timely rainfall and mild weather have certainly set the table, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The general season opens Saturday, Nov. 7 and runs through Jan. 3, 2016 in the 209 counties that…

Jeff Simpson worked all year for a single moment. Watch the 365-day obsession payoff in The Short Season’s latest film “Missouri Whitetail.”

“What is the difference between a rub and a scrape, anyway?”

Leaves crunching underfoot on your way to the lake or tree stand. Sounds of the migration passing by overhead. Young bucks rattling antlers in the woods. They all mean one thing, folks: Fall is finally here. October signals a refreshing change for much of North America. Just when you think you can’t take another day ov…

Shot over the course of two years by the camera jockeys at Rockhouse Motion, Roam This Place covers the full spectrum of outdoor adventure. There truly is something for everyone in the great outdoors, so grab your bow, grab your fly rod and Chase the Wild Life.

1. Use real antlers. Nothing beats the real deal, especially since the volume you need is hard to achieve with synthetics or other off-the-shelf products. If you don’t have any antlers, borrow some from a buddy and go shed hunting after the season is over. 2. Be careful. Deer can locate where the sound is coming from b…

Each year hunters wait patiently for “the rut”, when bucks undoubtedly are less cautious and more visible in their vagrant search for does. Breeding time can in fact be a very productive time of the year to bag a trophy buck, as they are the most active during this part of the season. Don’t be fooled though, just becau…