Where do you park your ATV / UTV when you're hunting? Just curious to see what the HuntDrop community thinks on this topic. Check out this brief guide by the team over at www.gearup2go.com and let me ...
Just saw big cat out by Centennial Watershed State Park - Redding/Newtown CT line. How big do these bad boys get? This one was brownish spotted and about 4-5 feet long, stood about 2.5 feet. Photo signs ...
I've been out every day for the past week in eastern ky. I've not seen much activity.
So I was lucky this year and was drawn for a Vermont moose tag. This is going to be my first time hunting a moose. I live in a very rural area, and the tag is assigned to my area. I have permission to ...
im looking for a trac of land to lease out next year and looking for about 50-100 acres to lease. i have started hunting this year and im looking in the areas of ashe, caldwell, watagua, avery, taylorsville, ...
I have been looking for a new broad head this year and i have basically narrowed it down to rage or thunderheads but I'm willing to change any thoughts?
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i started shooting archery about a yr ago i need to know what a good maximum distance is. right now i only shot 40-45 yards is this a good distance to hunt or should i stretch it out a lil more.
this is my first year shed hunting and have not found any yet if any one has some tips or if they have found any in the New England area please let me know thanks B-RY
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Friend and myself are going to Newfounland next fall. We are driving and trying to figure out how much room we will need if we both get a moose. Does anyone have insight on a good way to get them home? ...
i have been hunting the same 20 acres of land for the past 6 to 7 years in past it has been a fairly good place to hunt and provided many great meals for the dinner table. but in that short amount of ...
John JacksonYes, all of the attractants work, to a degree. Do they call to deer from miles away and make them foaming-at-the-mouth crazy to eat something... doubtful! Usually if something is too good to be true, then it usually is. Deer are opportunistic foragers. If they enter an area where food is abundant and to their liking, they are going to stick around. When the food goes away, so will your deer. Check out the drop on Turnbull Blend. It's an all natural product that instead of claiming to draw them in, will instead keep them local.
Robert StinsonI have found here in Florida that Acorn Rage works better than any of the other attractants. Deer seem to like that better than Deer Cane or Com'er Deer. I can put Acorn out and the next day, the Acorn Rage is almost gone. I have also found that it will attract hogs. I put some out at one of my stands and in one night, hogs had come in and ate it all and dug up the ground where I poured it out. This was also a spot that had no hog sign anywhere.
michael stollIf acorn rage doesn't work try come here deer and if that doesn't work rumb apples every where
Derek TaussigI found that the acorn rage works best early season then the sugar beet from rut time on is favored here in KS. I don't necessarily use it as an attractant as much as to get the deer to stop and hang out so I can get good cam pics or a good shot.
Zack DoyleWe've had mixed success with attractants like that. If you can bait in your area, deer corn is probably your best bet. Its much cheaper, and is very effective. We can't bait in PA, but I feed corn here at my house, and put it out in front of cameras pretty often.