Category Archives: Hunting

The Ultimate Guide to Late-Summer Plot Preparation

When you love deer hunting as much as we do, you exhaust every last resource to make sure your property is as desirable to deer as possible. Like us, deer need food, water, and cover to survive – we all know that. Well, we spoke with Mike from Antler King, and he gave us his step by step guide to late-summer plot prep that would attract deer throughout the hunting season! Read on to hear his plot preparation story and his tips to creating a deer habitat on your property.

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A white tail deer theme for Big Buck Hunters using the antlers and type rendering in one image.

Have Proof of Your #BestBigBuck? Enter to Win!

Calling all deer hunters! CHARD is having their #BestBigBuck giveaway to supply three lucky hunters with the perfect tools for meat processing. All you need to do to enter is share your best buck photo with us on social media! Read on for more details. Good luck!

venison jerky  Homemade sausage of beef and venison in a rustic style

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Why Telling a Story is the Key to Using Deer Urine Attractants

Deer urine attractants can be some of the best tools for improving your hunting experience, but if you don’t know how to use them properly or how urine attractants work, you’re just pouring stink everywhere. The key to creating the perfect attraction for deer is to tell a story with them. Find out what deer urine you should be using during each hunting season and how to fool curious deer with attractants. Plus, a few hunting and deer urine usage tips from the experts!

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Mastering the Deer Call for the Best Hunting Results

The deer call is not a new addition to the sport of hunting. However, some hunters are afraid to use them because they worry about spooking deer. If you aren’t familiar enough with the sounds of grunts, rattles, bleats, and snorts that deer make, you could be costing yourself a buck. But, if you know the best times to use a deer call and how to mimic the sounds of fawn, doe, and territorial bucks, you are going to have much more luck than sitting in the treestand.

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