Find and Prepare a Place to Hunt How to: scout out a trophy, read a buck rub, hang a tree stand, plant a food plot and more pre-season tips you need to read before you hit the tree stand.
Lesson Plan: How to Scout for a Trophy Buck Follow these three assignments from trophy whitetail guide Rick Krueter before the season starts, and you chances of putting pins to your local monster this fall will get a whole lot better. Click here for the story
How to Read Pre-Rut Buck Rubs Pre-season buck rubs are hard to find, but when they give you a much more accurate picture of a buck's habits than the far more common rubs created later in the season. These tips will help you find and read them. Click here for the story
How to Hang the Perfect Tree Stand Bowhunters have very little wiggle room when it comes to tree-stand location. a stand that's even slightly in the wrong spot--a little too high or low, or a tad too close to or far from the hottest sign--can cost you your deer. Here's how to create the perfect setup. Click here for the story
Tree Stand Hanging Safety Tips Every fall, a few hunters who were not careful are found where they fell. Their troubles are over. Job One here is not to join these people. Here's how to hang a stand safely. Click here for the story
How to Build a Last-Minute Food Plot Never got around to putting in food plots this spring? Don't sweat it. Sow the right seeds in the right places right now, and your last-minute plots will sprout in days and start attracting deer in time for bow season. Click here for the story
How to Build Buck-Holding Cover on Your Property Create holding cover on your property and bucks drawn to your food plots will stick around al