Tips and Tactics

Three Outside-the-Box Tips

Three Outside-the-Box Tips

By Amy Young

Buckmasters fan Amy Young sent us three unusual tips that have helped in her hunting career. She definitely thinks outside the box!Tip One: Local Ingredient Sponges To make my own natural-scent sponges, I take local ingredients: dirt, leaves and materials from around my stand, then mix with water and strain. Next, I place the water in a sealable co...

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The Mock Intruder Trick
The Mock Intruder Trick

By Ed Rogers

Every hunter has his or her own method of convincing big bucks to come to their stand. Here is my favorite method of luring them in. Whenever I take a buck, I remove the tarsal glands. These are the dark, smelly patches of fur located inside the big bend of each hind leg. So... READ MORE


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By Tim H. Martin

When a deer approaches a treestand or steps onto a food plot, the inexperienced hunter’s instinct is to shoot it as soon as possible, or before it gets away. There’s nothing wrong with that if the only goal is to quickly fill a tag and head to the processor, but... READ MORE


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By Tim H. Martin

The lone feral boar rooted in the open field 220 yards away. It was completely unaware of my presence as it swished its tail, seemingly taking pleasure in turning my friend’s pasture in to a crater field. With the winds from the remnants of Hurricane Nate swirling at t... READ MORE


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