Maryland Hunting Videos
No arrests in reported night hunt
Two Oconee County men had to explain themselves Sunday after a passer-by thought they were poaching deer or hunting at night, which is illegal, according to a sheriff's report.
Even in early season, deer hunting can be productive
The months of September and October are considered by many deer hunters to be the pre-game warmup for the "real season" when the rut begins. At that point, the mature bucks drop their guard and go into search mode for does in heat. If the truth be known many a trophy has been taken in the early period before the rut ever starts and it can be persuasively argued that during these two months quality deer can be taken because they are less wary (especially during the first two or three weeks) and because their patterns are more predictable. Let's take a look at some things to consider in this early portion of white-tail season.
Gardeners don't fawn over deer
Sometimes even a doe-eyed Bambi will wear out its welcome. Deer have been banned from many gardens, orchards and woodlots because they damage or destroy so many tender shoots, fragile saplings and emerging blooms.