Entries by Raised Hunting

Permission Brownies Recipe

Recipe for Permission Brownies | How to Get Access to Hunt David and I have been hunting together for over 25 years. We have gained permission on ALOT of property that people told us there was no way we would get permission. Looking the landowner in the eye, being respectful and having conversation got us […]

Gland Scents | How Do They Work?

Deer Gland Scents David Holder was recently featured in an article about gland scents written by Jon Molden of Big Buck Adventures. Big Buck Adventures is a gland based deer scent company which includes Buck Pre-orbital Ultimate Scrape Mix and Dominant Buck Urine, both used in a mock scrape David harvested the buck above with. […]

Our Top Picks for Fall Food Plots

Fall Food Plots Puts the Odds in Our Favor Food plots have become the craze for the hunter wanting to grow and kill monster whitetails. Plots that were once no more than a quarter acre of land, today, are expensive, well-designed, and well managed acres and acres worth of food. Food plots can be made […]

Capitalizing on Summer Trail Camera Strategies

Summer Trail Camera Strategies for Better Fall Hunting If your trail camera strategies only include utilizing them in the fall, you are potentially missing out on valuable deer information. Of course, information obtained from trail cameras in September and October is important to plan fall hunting opportunities. Setting up trail cameras has to be a […]

Turkey Hunting Tips | How Foul Weather Affects Spring Gobblers

Foul Weather Turkey Hunting Tips for the Spring Season There is not much you can control when turkey hunting. Weather, particularly, is a factor that you have no control over. Many spring gobbler hunters forego days in the woods when the weather turns ugly however you shouldn’t. The turkeys are not going anywhere, but harvesting one in foul weather does take a few additional […]