Three sits and your out! That's Field & Stream whitetail columnist Scott Bestul's rule of tree stand placement. If the stand hasn't paid off, move on. The deer are somewhere else.
You can tell if a deer has heard your call by its body language. Scott Bestul, Field & Stream's whitetail columnist, explains some of the major things to look for on your next hunt.
Field & Stream whitetails columnist Scott Bestul talks about how finding a buzz cut where you hunt can improve your whitetail season.
It might be better to take things slowly sometimes and wait for some light before heading into the woods to sit in the treestand. That's because you might scare off the deer you're trying to hunt by bustling around in pitch darkness.
A block and tackle can help you store your pack safely in bear country or position a carcass after the kill. Here's how to rig it.