5 Tips to Getting Better Trail Camera Pics We all do it. Set out each year, before, during and after, just hoping to get that one picture of the giant buck we know is making that particular rub or scrape. We set out numerous of trail cameras and monitor them closely. Through the years, I have learned from my mistakes and will continue to learn. However, I do have 5 Tips that will help you secure better trail camera photos! Scent Control. I cannot express enough how important
5 Steps to Hunting The “Big Woods” First off, I’ll start off by saying that I am your ordinary hunter. I do not portray myself as a Great White Hunter or anything to that standard. I do, however, take my Whitetail Hunting seriously, especially when it comes to Archery. Yes, I still use a firearm from time to time, that is how I was raised and ultimately is where my love for bow hunting began. I am an avid Public Land hunter and encourager every bow hunter in my circles to tak
Why Should You Educate New Hunters? Whitetail hunting has evolved rapidly over the last 15-20 years. The market is flooded with twenty different companies to produce ultimately, the same product. The money that is spent on hunting, year in and year out, is mind boggling. That is a fact and one I believe we would all agree on. Throughout this process, there is a rise in the number of hunters, particularly on the archery side. The guy at the mill who was never raised hunting, h
SEEN IN VIDEO - Robbie Mershon - Staff Member of Antler Addiction We have seen the ever rising flood of archery through social media over the past five years. Hunting has found a new voice through facebook, YouTube, Instagram and so forth. One thing that is important for you new, and veteran hunters, is to stay on top of your form. Nothing is worse then doing all the work, all the preparation, only to climb up into the stand and botch a shot of a lifetime. Don't let that happ
Photo Courtesy of: Nathan Osborne - Antler Addiction Field Staff Venison – Why It Should Be In Your Diet We have heard it for years, venison is the leanest meat a person can eat. In today’s world, with the rise of hunting and social media, you see all kinds of memes and E-Cards referring to hunting and arguing with PETA. However, it is rare that you see arguments that contain good knowledge on why venison is, in fact, good for our bodies. Let’s take a closer look and even com
Photo by: Robbie Mershon - Antler Addiction Pro Staff How to hunt deer sign. Wow, that's another touchy subject! It's a subject though, that hunters have a tendency to think too far into. It's not rocket science, so stop trying to make it that way. I'm just going to hit on the basics for today. Ready? Let's get it!
The obvious and most common form of deer sign are going to be your "runs". A deer run is simply a path that deer use to get from point A to point B. Again,