Mule Deer Hunting: How to Tag a Suburb Buck
When bowhunters think about bagging a big mule deer buck, they think about packing deep into the backcountry, sleeping in a tent, and hunting hard for days on end. But Colorado hunter Matt Guedes takes a different approach. He hunts big muleys on the outskirts of small Western towns. He hunts suburban bucks. "Like suburban whitetail bucks, mule deer have started to figure out that there is less hunting pressure around houses," says Guedes. "As a result, bucks know they have a better chance…
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Deer Hunting Ammo Guide: How to Choose the Right Bullet
With the upcoming deer season upon us it is time to start gathering up the gear, picking out our spots, and preparing ourselves for the opportunity to harvest a deer this fall. Having the right gear is essential for success on the hunt, and it starts with having the right ammo. Some considerations to make when selectin
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Millions of individuals enjoy the sport of hunting, and even beyond that it is still an important source of food for many sportsman families in the United States and around the world. There are many types of hunting out there. Depending on the season, things can look a lot different. Bow hunting deer is going …
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Mule Deer have dichotomously branched antlers unlike Whitetails which have one main beam with several tines coming off it. Their name comes from their large, mule-like ears. Buck Hill, Teddy Roosevelt National Park, October. Canon 7D, Canon 400mm f5.6, 1/500 at f5.6, ISO 320, handheld Photo by Sparky Stensaas www.ThePhotoNaturalist.com