Daniel shares deer hunting tips on scouting now for the best trail camera and hunting stand locations! See why one tree may be the hot spot in the forest for a better tasting and more abundant source of acorns. Spending time now scouting for these food sources can lead to tagging a good buck during the early season!
Years ago Grant designed a food plot that's perfect for rut hunts. There's a long list of several good bucks tagged there! Grant recently added another to the list! Watch to see the keys to this food plot design and Grant's hunt play out! Fast action hunting deer during the rut!
In this hunting video: buck hunt, food plot strategies, doe harvest, buck rut behavior, buck chasing does, buck scent checking the wind, scrape action, and more!
Deer hunting! We're back on the hunt for the hit list buck we call Slingshot! Plus, watch to the end to see a strategy that worked for tagging a doe...and keeping the buck in the field after arrowing the doe. The doe had an unusual hoof formation. It's an indication of EHD. Watch for details of the hunt and the safety of consuming the meat from a deer with EHD.
Bow hunting! Bradley and Danny did a great job designing and executing a hunting plan for an 80 acre property. By creating a hidey hole food plot, they created a limited resource and made an incredible bottleneck that got deer within range and in the freezer. See how their plan came together in this new video!
When creating better deer hunting habitat we all wonder...will deer eat this? In this video, 3 experts show us how to identify native plants. Then Grant explains the ones that deer love to eat. If you are a deer hunter wanting to create better native vegetation for healthier deer and more abundant wildlife, watch this video! The experts explore the bounty of native plants restored through prescribed fire.
Whitetails should moonlight as psychics. That's my take on the Iowa buck I was targeting with my slug gun. The night before season the cornfield-raiding bruiser was still parading around with plenty of shooting light as it strolled from picked corn to food plots. It was now day three of hunting season and the person-about-the-town attitude was gone like the buck itself. I was hoping someone would help me with some psychic advice on what was in my deer hunting future.
2019 is the Drury Outdoors’ 30th anniversary and They Couldn’t
Have Made it This Far Without You, the Viewers!
To say “Thank you!” the Drury's purchased a 60-acre farm in northern Missouri, planted food plots, identified stand locations, and plan to hand over the title to one lucky winner in January 2020.
But what about the rest of 2019?