I believe in hitting them as hard as you can. I've seen deer soak up slugs and ride the adrenaline rush out of sight. One coyote soaked up three 44 mag soft points before calling in quits. Handguns in general are much less powerful than rifles of smaller caliber. I'm sure at close range it has...
Anyone hunt North Carolina?
Just booked myself and four others for a trip in mid October with Outback Trophy Outfitters. Looks like nice bucks and lots of deer. Any experience with them?
A few years ago went with Outback outfitters. Shot a few small ones.
All of these guys seem to book up fast.
My yard in Seabrook is absolutely loaded with acorns. Put some cameras out in my usual haunt in Epping. A large oak flat that we smothered in nuts last year is completely void of acorns this year. What are you seeing? What do you find deer feeding on most in low mast years?
I am a true believer that the best scent in the woods is likely no scent but every year I seem to test at least on "gimmick". This year I bought "Deer Dander". The reviews are exceptional. Also bought some Tinks all season "Smokin Sticks" Burned one in the yard yesterday. Strange...
Looking to travel next year out of state for a 5 day guided hunt. I've been reviewing Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio.
Would like to spend under $2,000 for the hunt and lodging and be able to harvest two or more deer. this would be a shotgun/rifle hunt.
Does anyone have experience to share?