I have a Pardner pump smooth bore shotgun. Im wondering what would be the best sabot slug to hunt deer up to 100 yards?
Hanging stand, climber or ground blind? Whats your preference and why?
230 this afternoon 20 yards 4 point in velvet.
Has anyone ever hunted deer in this forest? If so how well did you do and would anyone care to share some places there to hunt and tips on here or since the email on here does not work, i can be reached at my email firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you.
I was wondering how many of you wear face paint while deer hunting compared to a face mask and why??
What's everyone's favorite deer hunting magazine??
can anyone tell me how to contact other people on here? I go to contact user to ask that specific person a question, and when i click it, it does nothing! It would be nice to email others on here.
Im curious as to how many hunters out there use a crossbow to hunt and how many have converted from compound bow to crossbow and if they enjoy using them?
Im curious as to what are some suggestions and advice everyone does to get thier hunting clothes ready before they hit the woods to hunt?
I have a Summit Viper Climber. My question is for those of you that have this climber do you use the blind that came with it or not? Does it really conceal you from deer or do they think its part of the tree?
I just got a CVA Wolf muzzleloder. My questions are, do i want knock down power or have the round pass through? Which type of Powerblet grain round would be good for either one? I'm planning to use 100 grain Pyrodex pellets and Winchester Triple 7 primers.
Would anyone care to share the pro's and cons for ground hunting vs. Tree stand hunting? Any tips or strategies for both?
I have very thick woods I hunt in. Them most you can see is about 5 feet. I just got starting in bowhunting and a little hesitant to try and shoot a dear in thinking I'll hit it and won't be able to track it or find it due to how thick the woods are. Does anyone else have this problem or suggestions they might want to share?
I'm using a 12 gauge smooth barrel shotgun with just a bead on the end of the barrel. Most of my shots will be 50 yards or less due to how thick the woods are. My question is do I use slugs if so what kind, or do I use buck shot if so what kind?
I have a H&R Pardner pump 12 gauge shotgun with no scope. The barrel is smooth. i would really like to hunt deer with it but not sure what type of ammo to use for a smooth barrel? I would really like to use slugs, any suggestions? Do i need a scope? if so what magnification? what is the maximum distance shouls i shoot a deer? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Any suggestions on a good trail camera brand?
Hey everyone, I was just wondering what are some of your favorite hunting magazines and why?
Has anyone ever heard of Spypoint Trail Cameras or has tried any other product from this company? If so please share your thoughts and opinions. If anyone has a good different brand name trail cam they use please share that also.
At the Deer Classic, there was this one vendor called 20Feet Up. Has anyone else heard or seen any of their videos of these guys. They are a safety harness company that i think are mainly for climbing stands out of Charlotte NC. What caught my eye about them is their harness and safety line make it so that your hands never leave you climber and you can climb the tree a lot faster. Check them out and let me know what you think? (Remember I think they are mainly for climbers). Here is the link.
Hey guys sorry I missed you all, Reese and I weren't able to get up there unti Sunday morning. I stopped by the booth and said hi! I also looked around at the vendors. There was this one vendor called 20Feet Up. Has anyone else heard or seen any of their videos of these guys? They are a safety harness company that i think are mainly for climbing stands. What caught my eye about them is their harness and safety line make it so that your hands never leave you climber and you can climb the tree a lot faster. Check them out and let me know what you think. (Remember I think they are mainly for climbers). Also stopped by Meliisa Backman's booth and Eva Shockey booth. Both are big tv hunters. I was really surprised as popular as they are, there was no lines to talk to them. Also guys Reese says hello to everyone, got him a hoodie sweatshirt from Archer's Choice. Good people their also. Well take care guys, have a safe and great weekend.