|Liberty schoolgirl kills huge Granville County 8-pointer
1308 Views - Posted: December 03 at 6:00 am
It’s not often a 10-year-old downs a magnum whitetail buck, but it was just another deer in a string that stretches back to when Kinley Ferguson was five.
|Never Too Late -Tips for late-season deer hunting
104 Views - Posted: December 01 at 6:00 am
North Carolina’s whitetail numbers have remained steady the past four or five years, it’s clear the majority of antlered deer are still being killed in October and November.
|Roasted Corn Freaks
31 Views - Posted: December 01 at 6:00 am
Everyone knows that corn is a widely used deer attractant, so Evolved Habitats went a step further and created Roasted Corn Freaks, an innovative attractant packed with twice the protein and three times the fat of plain old corn. Roasted Corn Freaks provides superior nutrition while maintaining an intense aroma and taste that keeps deer coming back for more.
|Prospect Hill woman ends dry spell with big 10-point buck on Veterans Day
1135 Views - Posted: November 27 at 1:36 pm
Hair-stylist Tammy Tatum of Prospect Hill in Caswell County has been getting gussied up and ready to hunt, but she’d gone 15 years without killing a buck until she dropped a big 10-pointer on Nov. 11.
|Stokes County buck is new No. 1 North Carolina archery trophy
13363 Views - Posted: November 21 at 12:20 pm
North Carolina has a new state-record archery deer, all because Tim Watkins’ plan came together when he arrowed a huge buck Sept. 18 in Stokes County.
|ECU co-ed has trophy buck, jealous boyfriend
3494 Views - Posted: November 20 at 9:42 am
Christin Carter, a student in East Carolina University’s dental school, has been introduced to deer hunting by her boyfriend, Brad Whitman. Thanks to a big 12-point buck she killed last Saturday on opening day of gun season in Guilford County, he’s a jealous boyfriend.
|Stanly County produces 150-inch, 10-point buck for New London woman
10126 Views - Posted: November 18 at 7:27 am
A New London woman celebrated Veteran’s Day in an unusual but exciting way by killing her best deer in more than 25 years, a 150-inch 10-pointer.
|How to choose a call
142 Views - Posted: November 15 at 6:00 am
Game calls have been around for nearly 400 years. Duck calls were among the first type readily available; they were used to entice ducks into caged enclosures. It was the 20th century before calls were mass-produced for waterfowl, big game, small game, and predators. Today, just about every type of call imaginable is available to imitate natural vocalizations and sounds and entice wildlife into range, and deer calls are among the most-diverse types available to hunters in North America.
179 Views - Posted: November 15 at 6:00 am
Calling to wildlife is definitely an active way to entice game into close range. The animal’s nature and mood will determine how intense the response is.
|Diesfeld’s tip: watch the wind and cover your scent
323 Views - Posted: November 15 at 6:00 am
James Diesfeld’s biggest advice for other deer hunters is to manage what you can, and two of the easiest are working with the wind and eliminating human scent.
|Gibsonville man kills huge blackpowder buck in Guilford County
3456 Views - Posted: November 14 at 6:00 pm
Rarely does a deer hunter get a second chance at a trophy buck, but Donald Bateman is thrilled that miracles do happen. A 31-year-old Gibsonville resident who works for the city of Greensboro, Bateman killed a huge Guilford County buck on Tuesday afternoon, a week after missing the same deer.
|Another Rockingham County trophy? You bet!
3532 Views - Posted: November 14 at 9:18 am
Is deer hunting all downhill from here for Zack Satterfield? You have to wonder what more it can hold for a 17-year-old high-school senior who killed a 150-inch buck for the second year in a row last weekend.
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