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While recently visiting with Terry Drury of Drury Outdoors to talk late-season deer hunting tactics, I had to ask about his giant 216” Missouri monster. If you haven’t already watched the sneak peek on Drury’s Deer Cast or their YouTube channel, you must see this massive buck, Terry’s largest buck to date
ScentLok has been unlocking the secrets of successful scent control for over a quarter century.
In roundabout numbers, 11 million hunters pursue 30 million whitetail deer in North America annually. That’s three highly efficient noses in the air for every trio of us stinking up the woods. Consider, too, researchers say a whitetail deer’s sense of smell is 500 to 1,000 times more acute than a human, and scientists support that by noting whitetails have thousands of nasal receptors that can sort up to six smells at once…and it makes you want to climb back in the rack.
Somehow, however, about 40% of us are successful each year. Odds are those guys and gals take careful consideration to mitigate human scent. And a share of those folks trust ScentLok.
When it comes to deer hunting, especially during the prime months of October and November, knowing the ins and outs of grunt calls and rattling techniques can significantly enhance your chances of a successful hunt. Dylan Ray, an avid hunter and the host of Bear Archery's Hunting 101 Podcast, shares his insights on the best times to use grunt calls and how to control the volume when using these calls and rattling techniques
Utilizing hunting apps has revolutionized how hunters plan their outings, helping them pinpoint the best days to hunt, facilitating efficient scouting, expanding their access to hunting properties, and offering many other invaluable features.
Like clockwork, at 8:00 a.m. on the opening day of firearms season, I received a text from my father, saying that he was climbing down from his stand and was going on a walk; this had become his yearly routine. For several years, I disagreed with my father's decision to take off walking instead of staying in his stand. Though it was not my hunting style, it worked for him on many occasions. After my father's text, it wasn’t long before I heard the blast from a distant gunshot.
As I filmed the buck slowly cruising through the timber, we kept ourselves concealed within the green foliage. The deer eased into archery range, my friend turned to me, and I gave the okay to take the shot