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Buck Cage Blog #2

Brian | Mar 23 '16 | Comments: 9
I mentioned in an earlier post about my target buck for this year. His name is, Big 7, and in this video you will see why I call him that. I have sheds from the previous 2 seasons and some nice trail camera photos as well. I will be sharing some of this stuff as the year progresses. This is the target buck I am after this year. He will be 4.5...

Buck Cage Video Blog #1

Brian | Mar 18 '16 | Comments: 3 | Tags: scents, trail cameras, lures, deer, buck cage, brian kightlinger, archery
I recently purchased a 3 pack of Buck Cage scent dispensers. They arrived very quickly and I started a little experiment. I loaded the Buck Cage with Smokey's Pre-Orbital Deer Lure. This is a very oily solution and I had to add a little bit of water to get the polymer beads to soak everything up. It still took a night to load up the beads and...

What's In Your Tool Box?

Brian | Mar 17 '16 | Comments: 11 | Tags: archery, deer, scent, buck cage, hunting, lures
It is very sad once the season is over and the cold grasp of winter is gripping the area I call home! The PA Deer season ends in Mid January and small game and coyotes are the main attraction. I spend some time in the woods looking for the fawn killers but most of my time is spent preparing for the upcoming season. Deer inventory, shed...

5mm Remington Rimfire Magnum: The Forgotten Round That...

Kyle Settle | Mar 13 '16 | Comments: 8
5mm Remington Rimfire Magnum: A vintage rimfire magnum that you have never owned but should. The 5mm Remington Rimfire Magnum was developed by Remington Arms Company in 1969 to compete with .22 Winchester Magnum. In 1970, Remington introduced the new bottleneck rimfire cartridge in two bolt action rifles. The Remington Model 591 was...

Simple Strategies to Becoming a Better Squirrel Hunter

Kyle Settle | Mar 6 '16 | Comments: 8 | Tags: hunting, small game hunting, squirrel hunting
Learn the conditions that effect movement and the behaviors of these little critters so you can fill your limit this season. Squirrels are easier to hunt if you find out more about their patterns. Here are a few tips on closing in on the small game you’re after. Who knows, squirrel stew may be on the menu sooner than you think....

Zach Slattery : The Worlds Most Controversial Bowhunter

Kyle Settle | Feb 26 '16 | Rate: 5 | Comments: 8 | Tags: bowhunting, feral cats, australia, feral cats in australia
As many of you may have already seen via social media outlets or even your local news Australia has developed a plan to cull more than 2 million Feral Cats by the year 2020. At the center of the controversy, stands an Australian Bowhunter   by the name of Zach Slattery.   Slattery was featured on a local news program that dealt...

DIY European Skull Mount

Kyle Settle | Feb 21 '16 | Rate: 4.50 | Comments: 13 | Tags: deer, whitetail deer, diy, taxidermy
Taxidermy is often an expensive byproduct of a successful hunting trip. If you are on a budget but want to preserve your buck or bull in a way that is respectful to the animal and aesthetically pleasing then I suggest getting a European Mount done. Better yet, Do the mount yourself! What you will need: Large pot ( Can be an old...

Father Son Double

Kyle Settle | Feb 17 '16 | Rate: 5 | Comments: 9 | Tags: deer hunting, hunting, whitetail, whitetail hunting
My dad began letting me hunt with him when I was 5 years old.  I began to muzzle loader hunt with him when I turned 11 years old. Even before that I would wait patiently at the window for him to come home from one of his adventures. Dad and I before I began hunting The morning began with my father and I...
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