We're in the heart of late-season hunts and I'm in the middle of two hunts. I'm hunting the late-season Nebraska muzzleloader season and then moving to Kansas to wrap up some bowhunting.
Believe it or not, most of the hunting I do is business related so sometimes I have to make decisions based on business and expenses.
I love big antlers and if you ever visit my house you’ll immediately see my antler fascination. Still, during hunting season you can’t always find the buck with the biggest antlers.
It’s hard to imagine how crazy November can be when you’re trying to get as many hunts filmed as possible in the narrow window of the rut.
I'm still hunting, but as I look back over the bulk of the season one thing that I always enjoy is getting together with good friends, chasing deer and making memories.
I landed at home in time for Thanksgiving and I had lots to be thankful for; mainly just being home. I've been on the road since late October and a month away from the ones you love and your own bed definitely makes for a great homecoming. I'm still hugging my family!
I just wrapped an adrenaline week of bowhunting whitetails in central South Dakota’s grain country. Instead of hunting big blocks of timber I opted to hunt standing sunflowers and believe me, it was truly flower power!
Neither unusually hot temperatures, cactus nor dumb decisions could stop me from tagging my first whitetail of the season.
It's the rut. Get out and get after those whitetails. I am.
I just decoyed in my first buck of the year and what a good feeling it was!