How to Upgrade Your BuckScore Account for Aging Bucks BuckScore, a patented deer antler scoring app used by managers, researchers, and hunter’s alike is now proud to bring you an all new patented buck aging feature. Take your current account or start a new account with the advanced billing plan to access this new technology. […]
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Episode 033 – How Jeremy Flinn Uses Biology and Technology to Scout and Hunt Jeremy Flinn is graduate of the MSU Deer Lab and is now the Chief Marketing Officer for Stone Road Media, a company that represents many of the well-known brands in the hunting industry. We talk about the influence “brand-name” hunters have […]
Buck Movement Patterns Linked to Personality By: MSU™ Deer Lab Most serious buck hunters have taken the effort to pattern a nice buck, only to be frustrated when they never saw him again in the original area. In Part 1 of Here Today, Gone Tomorrow, we explained that many adult bucks shift their area of […]
Adult Buck Movement Study | Shifting Buck Home Ranges By: MSU™ Deer Lab Most serious buck hunters have located a nice buck prior to or early in the hunting season and invested time and effort trying to bring him home. Many of these same hunters have experienced the frustration of never seeing him again in […]
Why and How to Hinge Cut for Deer February and March are the hardest times of year for whitetails. They are near the end of their fat reserves, AG field residue is wiped out, and woody browse is limited and often over pressured. What is your solution for feeding deer in the winter if your […]
Aging Deer on The Hoof | Consider Seasonal Body Changes By: MSU™ Deer Lab Estimating age of photographed bucks can be difficult enough due to less-than-ideal body alignment in the photos. Combining that with seasonal changes in body shape will really increase difficulty. Bucks change dramatically between the early fall compared to when they are primed for the rut, so always consider the date relative […]
Winter Deer Habitat Projects to Improve Your Herd The long hard grind of deer season is now behind us in most of the whitetails range. Aside from a few southern states, the season has closed, however, that doesn’t mean the work should stop. If you’re a property owner, lease land, or have permission to work on a […]
How Deer Survive the Winter Many of us are settling in to the heart of winter, which means dealing with the brutal cold and snow. Most people have a friend or family member that can barely make the trip from their vehicle to their office without complaining about how cold it is. Lucky for them, they have the luxury of climate […]
Aging Deer on the Hoof, Jawbone Aging, and Cementum Annuli By: Eric Michel If you’ve been around deer hunting for any amount of time you probably understand that many hunters get caught up in trying to age deer, and for good reason. Aging deer, whether dead or alive, can give you valuable information about what you can do to […]
Trail Camera Tips and Tactics for Deer Hunting Trail cameras have been the sportsman’s favorite scouting tool for decades. What was once only a blurry snapshot of a deer running off, has turned into a highly detailed image that is packed full of valuable scouting data. Everything a hunter could need is right at their fingertips. Cameras have […]