Tag Archives | Texas Whitetail

Wildgame Innovations: Trust What You See

2017 Wildgame Innovations Trail-cameras

Wildgame Innovations: Trust What You See Wildgame Innovations’ all-new, high performance mirage series digital scouting cameras are real…and so are the giants they capture images of. Dallas, TX (January 12, 2017) – It’s a powerful confidence-builder when hunters learn of a true giant lurking on their hunting property. This kind of scouting intelligence isn’t easy […]

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My Best Buck

My Best Buck by Zane Graham This past hunting season I was able to harvest the best buck of my hunting career. The buck first appeared at the end of December of the 2014 season on trail camera. He was a symmetrical 10 point with good tine length and showed potential to be a stud if given one […]

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Hunting Stabilizers

Hunting Stabilizers

Hunting Stabilizers By Paeton Keller Front Bar There are multiple functions that a front stabilizer performs. First, and most obvious, is to add weight to the front of the bow. Many times, an archer may notice that when the bow is completely set up including a quiver full of arrows, that the bow feels as […]

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My First Bow Buck - Alexa Loa

My First Bow Buck

My First Bow Buck by Alexa Loa My dad, Thomas Loa, and I were hunting our lease–at the time–in Throckmorton, TX. It was already pretty close to the end of the rut, but we just happened to be sitting in the right spot that night. My dad has always been really good about stand location. […]

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Deer Sense Breakdown

Deer Sense Breakdown

Deer Sense Breakdown by Thomas Grill It may be obvious that deer have very keen senses. But, let’s break this down anyway. The more you know, the greater your success will be in the field. The three primary senses that a whitetail deer will use in order to avoid becoming a slab of steak on […]

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