Hunting Tactics

Too many hunters do the same thing year in and year out, hoping something different will happen. If you’re not willing to change, your chances of success probably won’t, either. Learn how to break out of your rut in this full episode of Deer & Deer Hunting TV.

This full episode of Land of Whitetail explores the singular technique that, if mastered, will allow you to hunt whitetail deer virtually anywhere: concealment. Becoming invisible to deer opens up all sorts of possibilities for your hunt.

What's the first thing you do when you decide to create the best food plot for deer hunting? After years of experience, Steve Bartylla knows exactly what to do and it starts with the treestand. Find out Bartylla's best tips for deer hunting food plots and treestands in this episode of Grow 'em Big.

In this full episode of Deer & Deer Hunting TV, you'll learn why sex, food and security are so important to whitetail deer, as well as how to turn the tables to your advantage for better deer hunting.

Should you use a deer decoy? Depending on your strategy and the timing of your hunt during the rut, using a deer decoy can maximize your shot opportunities at bucks. Here's why and how to use deer decoys, from the Land of Whitetail crew.

Diversity is critical when it comes to the best habitat management practices you can employ on your land for adding supplemental food sources for white-tailed deer. In this episode of Grow 'em Big, Steve Bartylla explains why planting fruit trees is a great way to improve your property.

Learning how to hunt pressured deer will not only make you a more successful hunter, but also clue you in to critical pieces of whitetail biology.

Is there a way to beat the pressure and make a deer feel comfortable when you’re close. Here’s how to hunt pressured deer.

Mark Kayser is in Montana with a tag, but he can’t decide whether to go after mule deer or whitetail. He winds up making a great decision.

Here's how to hunt deer at waterholes during hot weather. From Deer & Deer Hunting's Dan Schmidt.