With gun seasons chugging into December across the country, I figured it would be a great time to address firearms season for everyone. Whether you're hunting with a rifle, shotgun or muzzleloader, I wanted to throw out some of my favorite gun season strategies in this article. While I will throw a slight bit of shade at gun season from time to time, I truly do love it. I just love bow season a tiny bit more. That's just me. The overwhelming majority of deer hunters in North
Those prime November deer hunting dates may have seemingly come and gone, but we are still very much in the 4th quarter of the whitetail rut cycle across a large portion of the country. While a large region of the U.S. sees primary rutting activity between the last few days of October and inside the first two weeks of November, the last two weeks of November can be pure magic. You have to see the reality of the situation. Very few deer herds in America are perfectly balanced.
It's mid-November, and that means the invasion of the Orange Army is on the horizon in most U.S. states. In some places, the invasion has already begun. For those who are unaware, we're referring to the hoards of blaze-orange clad gun hunters that hammer the fields and woods every season when we're talking about the "Orange Army". All in good fun, of course. We love all hunters here at Affiliated Outdoors, and we're gun hunters ourselves. However, there's no denying the fact
Deer hunting season in America is here, and it is still very young. A solid number of states have yet to kick off their early archery hunting seasons, including the state that I am sitting in right now (Ohio). This is a point in the year when anticipation is high and the book is yet to be written. Dreams run wild in the heads of deer hunting fanatics nationwide. I am certainly no exception. We're all dreaming of that 200" monster stepping out on November 1st. Dreaming a bit m