In our deer season hunting guide site, check out our information guide to research information about deer hunting that will be useful and informative for you and your situation. Click on this link for information to individual states D.N.R’s and Canadian provinces for hunting information and regulations. When planning a deer hunt out of state or out of country in which you will be flying to your hunting destination; be sure to read and adhere to the specific airlines regulations pertaining too the transportation of firearms and ammunition (click on this link for information).
Make sure you pass on your deer hunting passion by mentoring young deer hunters. We have a page full of information about young deer hunters age requirements, and useful links for updated information. Our information guide will be updated often with articles you can easily link to for valuable insights and more hunting tips you can put to use. In fact; bookmark this web site for quick reference and come back often for new, useful and pertinent information. It doesn’t matter what your trophy whitetail deer hunting experience is. All of us can learn a new thing or two about hunting deer.
The deer hunting book of knowledge is not complete. In the near future, I will write and publish an online e-book that you will be able to purchase through this web site at a very reasonable price (less then a couple delivered pizzas). You can then then download this e-book on your computer, laptop, and/or print it out if you want. Then; you will be able to take this book, packed full of facts about deer hunting, deer behavior, equipment, tactics and strategies, and other useful hunting information and hunting tips, with you to your hunting camp or on your hunting trips for great reference or just good camp reading.
This e-book will be much more detailed, filled with more whitetail deer facts, deer hunting tips, excellent references, more great recipes and just be a lot of fun to read. By reading and studying this book and web site guide; you will be a better educated and informed deer hunter. Your deer hunting situational awareness will be more acute. This deer hunting guide will help you with the knowledge and confidence you will need to become a better whitetail deer hunter. Check out my live hunting video on field dressing a doe I harvested while archery hunting, October of 2006; it will help any deer hunter, new or old, with one of the few unpleasant aspects of harvesting a whitetail deer. Gutting a deer is the initial phase of deer processing. Done right; it is easy, can be done quickly, and it doesn’t have to be an unpleasant experience. Soon, in the near future, I will publish another deer hunting video of field dressing a deer; this time with better camera angles. I’ll even slow down a little too, OK?
I also have a great article about a disabled young deer hunter, Bob Konu, a next door neighbor of ours who lost both lower legs in a corn chopping farming accident in September of 2007. Bob was only 19 years old when it happened. Later that fall I guided and mentored this young man for a week as I helped him rifle hunt for deer around his fathers farm. He seen quiet a few deer, but never harvested one as he wanted a trophy buck. In 2008, I have made a special effort to help Bob hunt deer again; this time starting in the archery season.
Later during the rifle season, Bob was able to harvest a nice doe for the freezer. In 2009 he was able to harvest a nice 1 1/2 year old buck the first day of Minnesota’s rifle season. He is doing well now and looking forward the the 2010 season. Within this article you will find valuable information about deer hunting with physical disabilities. If you know someone who is disabled and would like to deer hunt – help them; it is so rewarding. If you are a disabled, work towards being able to enjoy your passion of deer hunting. Tell those in your hunting camp you want to help and be involved. Don’t give up for a minute. You’ll enjoy the rewards and it is great therapy for those around you and in your deer hunting camp.
Become A Better Deer Hunter
One of our goals in this comprehensive deer hunting guide is to help educate you so that you may attain that deer hunting experience you so dream of and long for. One of the ways I hope to do this is by making deer hunting videos; hunting videos that are educational. I will update and add hunting information and hunting tips as I learn them. By coming back and reviewing our hunting guide you will be able to pick up many more great hunting tips (did an old-timer, grandfather, dad or uncle ever mention chewing on pine needles to mask breath odor…. or if hunting in cattle and farm country, go ahead, step in that cow pie (cow shit)….
infact…. both feet please!). Just one hunting tip may allow you to fool that weary trophy buck — imagine a 10 or 12 pointer, 150 point plus, walking into your shooting range………just maybe….
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