Welcome to Whitetail Deer Information

Welcome to Whitetail Deer Information

It's Hunting Season For Whitetail Deer

As we all know, this is the time of year when we hunters are allowed to hunt whitetail deer. If you are a hunter you know this is an exciting time.

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Please remember this is a critical time for safety. With many hunters out there be sure to wear attire that will keep you safe and helps you avoid any accidents.

As a hunter you are clearly thinking about hunting strategies and are looking for tips on how to make your hunt successful. Here's some pages you might be interested in...

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Hunting white tail deer is one of the most popular sports in the country. You can hunt them with bow and arrows, rifles, hand guns and cameras. They are hunted for food and for the challenge of obtaining a trophy rack, or maybe just a great photo.

Hunters who read about world record whitetail deer try and put themselves in the place of the hunter. The thrill of bringing down a giant buck, one with an impressive rack, is something every white tail deer hunter dreams of.

It's Time For The Hunt

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Learning about the behavior of white-tail deer begins with a good understanding of how whitetail fawns grow into yearlings and then adults. Does and bucks behave differently of course. A whitetail deer doe will birth up to 3 fawns but most of the time they birth 2 or 1. Later in the summer they may then join a group of other does and fawns.

Whitetail bucks roam freely or in bachelor groups but later in the fall the larger more dominate bucks will roam alone, but they do have specific habits that you need to know about in order to have a successful hunt.

Whitetail deer are hunted mostly with rifles or bows. Bow hunting whitetail deer presents a hunter with fascinating challenges. But whether you hunt with a gun or a bow, there is a lot of whitetail deer information and deer hunting tips offered by professional and recreational sports persons, which can improve your chances at hunting success.

For example, you can learn about deer aging, identifying deer patterns, setting up deer stands, locating funnels, trails, ridges or other places where deer are most likely to be found.

The Perfect Whitetail Deer

The wealth of whitetail deer information that's available reflects the popularity of the sport. If you are an avid hunter or photographer and want to make sure you are doing everything possible to experience successful whitetail deer hunts, you've chosen a great place to start expanding your knowledge of the Whitetail Deer Hunt. I feel you can never have enough Whitetail Deer Information before going to the field.

Who knows . . . one of your Whitetail deer may eventually make it into the world record books. But even if it doesn't get recorded officially, in your mind there will always be the giant buck that took unparalleled skill to hunt.

That's exactly how the great hunting stories begin!

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If you're looking for whitetail deer information, you've come to the right place. I'm working all the time on the site and adding information all the time about the Whitetail.

My idea for the site came from the fact that most hunters of whitetail deer believe you have to harvest a monster book deer to be a good Whitetail Deer Hunter.

I have watched a ton of shows on T.V.over the years and do not ever recall anything mentioned about the fact that any Whitetail Deer Harvested is to me a trophy in its own right. One thing I can't stand on these shows is the term they use after harvesting a deer.

        "Smoked Em"

What a negative and degrading comment to make about the harvest of one of God's most beautiful and magnificent creatures. Along with the high fives, it also puts a totally negative image on our sport. Yes we are all very happy with a successful harvest and should celebrate by first thanking God and showing the harvested animal the respect it deserves. I ask everyone to only support those programs that show the proper respect for the Whitetail and other animals they show harvested.

Another saying I hear is

"We closed the Deal"

When did they ask the animal they just harvested to sign a contract. 

We all have to know or understand it takes a lot of work and knowledge to be successful in this sport. Over the years I have learned a lot of information about the Whitetail Deer and hope to put it here to help others to learn to hunt what I believe it the greatest most magnificent creature God has given us to enjoy in many ways.

Thank you for coming by and please feel free to contact us with your comments both good and bad. Help us to help you become the best Whitetail Deer Hunter you can be. For more information about us follow the link below.

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Below is a picture of a nice Tom Turkey and another one behind him off one of my trail cameras taken during late August of this year. I hope to see him again during Bow Season.

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Always make sure of your target before you take your shot. You have to pick your spot to place your shot so there is no excuse for any type of mistake in shooting another hunter. See our Anatomy secton for proper shot placement. During gun season always wear a Blaze Orange Hat and Vest at the very least. Should you harvest a Whitetail Deer please take care of your harvest to insure great quality meat. Field dress your deer immediately. Hang your harvest by the hind legs to facilitate draining the remaining blood out of the deer. Skin the deer and butcher it the rest of the way. Do this ASAP. Do not leave the deer hanging for any amount of time as you can spoil the meat. Now that the season is in full swing remember to share your harvest with others. Remember those that have less than most of us. If you hunt on someone else’s land make sure you take care of their property. If you pack it in pack it out. Offer to help the landowner in any way you can they pay the taxes on the land you hunt on so be good to them. Best of Luck and make sure of your target and what is behind it. Always hunt safe. Make sure if you use a tree stand you wear your safety harness. quoted text

Below is another Tom Turkey Picture from one of my trail cameras. This one was a few days after the other picture opposite.

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