Highest Scoring Net 8-Point Whitetail Deer Ever Harvested
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by Chad Sylvester
2w ago
Whitetail deer are among the most coveted trophies for hunters across North America, and within the most sought after big game species, the 8-point buck holds a special allure. By most scoring systems, 8-point whitetail deer simply have lesser measurement opportunities making big 8-pointers ultra rare and that much more special. Here, we rank the top 10 highest-scoring net 8-point whitetail deer ever harvested, celebrating both the hunters and the majesty of these incredible bucks! And we know....Nets are for fish. Jason Sanders Buck Score: 184 7/8 inches Location: Illinois Year: 2011 Detai ..read more
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Strategies to Obtain Permission to Hunt More Private Land: The Secret to Unlocking Access
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by Chad Sylvester
2M ago
Securing permission to hunt on private land can be a challenge for many hunters, yet access to private property often holds the key to exclusive hunting opportunities and abundant game populations. Access all around, private or public, is becoming a major factor in not only hunting success but also hunting participation. Some people toss around the saying "Hunting is becoming a rich man's sport" in regards to locking up access through paid ventures. While that theme is common, hunting is still far away from a pay to play venture but if you want free knock on door permission you need to have a ..read more
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Turkey Calling Basics
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by Chad Sylvester
2M ago
Turkey calling is both an art and a science, requiring skill, patience, and a deep understanding of turkey behavior. Whether you're a seasoned hunter or just starting out, mastering various calling techniques can significantly increase your chances of success in the field. However, you don't need to be a world champion caller to find success. If you talk to enough turkey hunters, you'll often hear them say the worst sounding call often comes from a living bird. In this comprehensive guide, we'll explore advanced turkey calling strategies, providing detailed examples and tips to help you become ..read more
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How To Use Cell Cameras For Remote Security Applications
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by Chad Sylvester
2M ago
In an increasingly connected world, the demand for efficient and reliable remote security solutions has surged. Whether monitoring a remote property, access points, wildlife, or simply keeping an eye on your backyard, cellular trail cameras offer a versatile and effective solution. These innovative devices have revolutionized surveillance by allowing real-time monitoring from virtually anywhere with cellular coverage making cellular trail cameras the best choice for WiFi void areas that need to be watched. In this guide, we'll explore how cellular trail cameras can be utilized for remote secur ..read more
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5 Tips for Improving Arrow Flight from Your Compound Bow and Why It's Critical To Penetration
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by Chad Sylvester
5M ago
While 99% of compound bowhunters will never hold podiums, chasing perfect arrow flight is still a worthy pursuit. That old saying "Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss you'll land amongst the stars" has some real merit when it comes to bowhunting and understanding your equipment. Achieving optimal arrow flight from a compound bow is a pursuit that demands attention to detail and a commitment. It's not an easy feat and quite frankly, at times can be pretty frustrating. However, you owe it to yourself and you damn sure owe it to the game you pursue. In this blog, we'll explore five tips to ..read more
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Should you wax your bow string?
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by Chad Sylvester
5M ago
Maintaining your archery equipment is crucial for optimal performance and longevity. Among the various components of your bow, the string and cables play a pivotal role in the arrow's propulsion and accuracy. One common debate among archery hunters is whether or not to wax their bowstrings. Let's delve into the pros and cons of using bow string wax as part of a regular maintenance routine. The Pros of Bow string Waxing: 1. Increased Lifespan: Bow string wax serves as a protective layer against environmental elements such as moisture, dirt, and UV rays. By applying wax regularly, you can signif ..read more
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How Steve Sherk Filled His 2023 PA Buck Tag
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by The Exodus Team
6M ago
Anyone that knows me quickly learns that I am an absolute fanatic for hunting mature, big woods whitetails. However, in the past few years, as my guiding business has grown, my time is lessening when it comes to pursuing my passion on a personal level. This past deer season was the first time in over a decade I went into the Pennsylvania gun season with my PA buck tag still in my pocket. At the most, I likely had had five full days of hunting for myself, starting Tuesday of the opening week of rifle. I had a client booked for the first three days of the season which would keep me tied up until ..read more
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5 Tips for Late Season Bowhunting
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by Aaron Hepler
6M ago
  The holiday season hits around the same time many a sportsman starts thinking about drilling holes in the ice for giant pike and walleyes. This is also the time of a year that a few deer hunters have probably vowed to sell all their gear due to the frustration of a busted bow season. Don't deny it; we know you've thought it. Of course, when the frustration dies down, there will be plenty of good arguments for keeping that equipment. I'm not here to tell you that late season hunting is easy. But if you've had a rough deer season, maybe you're even eating tag soup; late season deer hunti ..read more
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4 Ways to Make Rut Hunting Better
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by Aaron Hepler
8M ago
  Magical mornings. It's what any hunter would expect. Most media and tall tales describe deer losing their mind and running back and forth all day. Is the description true? You know it can be if you've hunted enough to have one of those magical rut mornings. I often wonder if our mind tricks us into thinking that one amazing day was more like five or six.  The truth about the rut is for as many highs you'll experience, you could have twice as many dull moments. It doesn't matter if you're a public or private land hunter. More often than not, rut hunting isn't all it's cracked up to ..read more
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Master All Days Sits In The Deer Stand
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by Aaron Hepler
8M ago
The "what ifs" make us stay in the deer stand longer. What happens when the "what if" leaves us empty handed? It can be easy to talk yourself out of a tree to get down for lunch or warm up. The excitement for the season's opener kept you in the saddle, and now that we are halfway through, it almost feels like torture to remain on stand beyond 10 AM or get in the stand before 3 PM.  Here's the truth: what ifs are very real in the whitetail woods, but they don't happen often. I only know a handful of people that can sit dark to dark. Even though those hunters make it appear seamless, they ..read more
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