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Hunting Whitetail Deer. By: Bryan. www.northernwhitetails.com. Hunting musts. You must have gun safety certificate for 18 or younger You must wear blaze orange You must have a place to hunt Rifle season starts first week in November, bow and arrow starts earlier. Rifle or Slug.

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Hunting Whitetail Deer

By: Bryan

www.northernwhitetails.com


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Hunting musts

  • You must have gun safety certificate for 18 or younger

  • You must wear blaze orange

  • You must have a place to hunt

  • Rifle season starts first week in November, bow and arrow starts earlier


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Rifle or Slug

  • Black powder, Shotgun slug, or Rifle

  • Must be big enough, but not too big

  • Scope or not

  • Type of action

  • Bow and arrow

www.google.com/images


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Shot placement

  • It is best to shoot deer in vital area

  • Behind front legs


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Scents and calls

  • Masking scent

    • Skunk scent

    • Tree scent

  • Doe scents

    • Doe in heat

  • Buck grunts and antler rattles

www.harmonscents.com


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Walk

  • Walk in woods

  • Drive with a party


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Deer Stands

  • Tree or permanent

  • Try to place near deer activity

    • Trails or tracks

    • Bedding

    • Droppings

    • Fallen Antlers

    • Scrapes

    • Rubs

www.renterprises.net


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Deer Tracks

www.whitetaildeer.com


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Buck Fight

www.jessehunting.com/data/articleimages


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Deer Scrapes

www.mahadeer.com/


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Buck Rubs

www.rublines.com


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Rut

  • Bucks are ready to mate

  • Have enlarged necks

  • Best when hunting season and rut are at same time

www.wildtexas.com


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