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  • 22 Apr 2011
    Deer will always have a source of water within a short distance of their bedding areas. It could be a lake, river, pond, bog, or even a puddle left from rain. Water is the first and last place a deer stops. Deer droppings are how you can find out what the deer are eating. A deer feeding on apples or some other form of soft food will drop dark, moist, clumped pellets. When their diets shift to acorns, the droppings will be dry and lighter in color. By examining their droppings, you can tell what their diets are. One of the first deer hunting secrets that I will tell you is that you need to know deer if you want to hunt them. You need to know what makes them special as a game animal. You need to know some things about deer. First is that they have a very keen sense of smell and they are particularity sensitive to the smell of human beings. If you want to increase your success in deer hunting therefore, one of the things that you can do is to get s spray that will mask your human odor. Some deer have grown accustomed to these smells as well so be wise with your choice and experiment if needed. Another thing that you need to know about deer is that they can communicate quickly to other members of their herd. This means if one deer senses danger, he can send out warning signals rapidly to other deer. This is the reason why you need to be very careful not to startle deer. Your movement must be silent and calculated. Even a faint noise will alert these animals. One of the best deer hunting secrets that any experiences hunter can tell you is that you can always exploit a deer’s strengths against it. A excellent example is that you can use its elevated sense of hearing to attract it. The use of a turkey call is a very effective method of luring these animals. Your call will be heard by deer even from miles away so if you will be patient enough you will soon see deer in your vicinity. Whitetail deer are among the most adaptable animals in the wild. They can survive and even thrive in places most people wouldn’t think they could. This means hunters should look for these animals in unusual places as well as more typical woods, thickets and other commonplace areas.
    768 Posted by Bobby D House
  • Deer will always have a source of water within a short distance of their bedding areas. It could be a lake, river, pond, bog, or even a puddle left from rain. Water is the first and last place a deer stops. Deer droppings are how you can find out what the deer are eating. A deer feeding on apples or some other form of soft food will drop dark, moist, clumped pellets. When their diets shift to acorns, the droppings will be dry and lighter in color. By examining their droppings, you can tell what their diets are. One of the first deer hunting secrets that I will tell you is that you need to know deer if you want to hunt them. You need to know what makes them special as a game animal. You need to know some things about deer. First is that they have a very keen sense of smell and they are particularity sensitive to the smell of human beings. If you want to increase your success in deer hunting therefore, one of the things that you can do is to get s spray that will mask your human odor. Some deer have grown accustomed to these smells as well so be wise with your choice and experiment if needed. Another thing that you need to know about deer is that they can communicate quickly to other members of their herd. This means if one deer senses danger, he can send out warning signals rapidly to other deer. This is the reason why you need to be very careful not to startle deer. Your movement must be silent and calculated. Even a faint noise will alert these animals. One of the best deer hunting secrets that any experiences hunter can tell you is that you can always exploit a deer’s strengths against it. A excellent example is that you can use its elevated sense of hearing to attract it. The use of a turkey call is a very effective method of luring these animals. Your call will be heard by deer even from miles away so if you will be patient enough you will soon see deer in your vicinity. Whitetail deer are among the most adaptable animals in the wild. They can survive and even thrive in places most people wouldn’t think they could. This means hunters should look for these animals in unusual places as well as more typical woods, thickets and other commonplace areas.
    Apr 22, 2011 768
  • 22 Apr 2011
    TRY TO WEAR A PAIR OF AMBER GLASSES WHEN YOU HUNT ON DULL DAYS. THE GLASSES WILL AID IN SEEING MOVEMENT!  Deer will use the same travel routes many times from bedding to feeding areas year after year. This can change though all depending on hunting pressure. Keep in mind that deer will take the safest easiest route when traveling from their food source to bedding areas. Most Deer hunters agree that rub lines indicate one thing: the presence of bucks. Deer rubs are made late summer into early fall by bucks shedding velvet from their antlers.Note: some rubs are territorial rubs where bucks mark their "territory" in pre-rut. Sometimes bucks will use the same tree as a rub, but most of the time they are random. The best time to clear shooting lanes is the winter or spring before the fall hunt. I will clear shooting lanes about 2 months before the season starts. Whitetails like to feed close to their bedding areas. In the fall, they may bed within a couple hundred yards of a food source such as soybeans, corn, alfalfa, clover, apple trees or acorns.  
    740 Posted by Bobby D House
  • TRY TO WEAR A PAIR OF AMBER GLASSES WHEN YOU HUNT ON DULL DAYS. THE GLASSES WILL AID IN SEEING MOVEMENT!  Deer will use the same travel routes many times from bedding to feeding areas year after year. This can change though all depending on hunting pressure. Keep in mind that deer will take the safest easiest route when traveling from their food source to bedding areas. Most Deer hunters agree that rub lines indicate one thing: the presence of bucks. Deer rubs are made late summer into early fall by bucks shedding velvet from their antlers.Note: some rubs are territorial rubs where bucks mark their "territory" in pre-rut. Sometimes bucks will use the same tree as a rub, but most of the time they are random. The best time to clear shooting lanes is the winter or spring before the fall hunt. I will clear shooting lanes about 2 months before the season starts. Whitetails like to feed close to their bedding areas. In the fall, they may bed within a couple hundred yards of a food source such as soybeans, corn, alfalfa, clover, apple trees or acorns.  
    Apr 22, 2011 740
  • 22 Apr 2011
    Will be filming spring turkey and fall deer. Also will be filming coyote hunting this summer  all will be uploaded for you to view. Allways looking for the next big hunt! allways willing to go hunt with others on thair land and film also. One goal is to teach the youth of america the art of hunting. will be holding a youth camp this summer..   
    760 Posted by Bobby D House
  • Will be filming spring turkey and fall deer. Also will be filming coyote hunting this summer  all will be uploaded for you to view. Allways looking for the next big hunt! allways willing to go hunt with others on thair land and film also. One goal is to teach the youth of america the art of hunting. will be holding a youth camp this summer..   
    Apr 22, 2011 760
  • 12 Sep 2010
     HAVE PROPERTY I WILL BE FILMING THIS YEAR HUNT ON TO START, THEN WILL BE GOING TO A FRIENDS LAND TO HUNT THEN END UP BACK AT MINE FOR BOW SEASON. STARTED ARCHER LESSONS FOR THE YEAR. GOT THE CAMPER ALL READY AND THE DOG HOUSE BUILT. BEEN A VERY PRODUCTIVE START OF THE HUNTING SEASON. FOR THOSE WHO DONT KNOW ME, BOBBY D,S ARCHERY IS WHOM I AM, KILLING DEER IS THE THING I DO... I AM ALSO A YOUTH ARCHERY TEACHER, FOR TEACHING THE KIDS FOR TOMORROW THE ART OF BOW HUNTING IS WHAT I DO! 
    675 Posted by Bobby D House
  •  HAVE PROPERTY I WILL BE FILMING THIS YEAR HUNT ON TO START, THEN WILL BE GOING TO A FRIENDS LAND TO HUNT THEN END UP BACK AT MINE FOR BOW SEASON. STARTED ARCHER LESSONS FOR THE YEAR. GOT THE CAMPER ALL READY AND THE DOG HOUSE BUILT. BEEN A VERY PRODUCTIVE START OF THE HUNTING SEASON. FOR THOSE WHO DONT KNOW ME, BOBBY D,S ARCHERY IS WHOM I AM, KILLING DEER IS THE THING I DO... I AM ALSO A YOUTH ARCHERY TEACHER, FOR TEACHING THE KIDS FOR TOMORROW THE ART OF BOW HUNTING IS WHAT I DO! 
    Sep 12, 2010 675
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