WATCH: You Just Shot a Deer. Here’s How to Find It.
Oct 25, 2023NDA Staff
Every deer you decide to harvest deserves your complete attention with regard to shot placement and follow-up to ensure a quick kill and fast recovery of your venison. There are volumes written on shot placement….
Recover Your Deer With a Deer-Tracking Dog
Oct 13, 2021Brian Grossman
There’s no worse feeling in deer hunting than losing a deer you’ve shot despite your best efforts for a recovery. Unfortunately, if you hunt long enough, it’s a feeling you are likely to experience at…
Lessons Learned on a Blood Trail
Oct 23, 2019John Lyszczyk
As I hoisted my bow up into the tree, I began reviewing my strategy for the evening’s hunt. A slight north wind was favorable for hunting a small funnel with tons of buck activity. My…
After the Shot, Take These 5 Steps to Recover Deer Quickly
Oct 10, 2018Lindsay Thomas Jr.
The button buck appeared first, as they usually do. A young doe, probably the sibling, emerged a little more cautiously. She was about the same size as the button buck and had the short neck,…
Five Rules for Recovering Liver-Shot Deer
Oct 5, 2016Jeremy Juhasz
I settled into my stand with favorable weather conditions and plenty of optimism for an early season September bowhunt in the rolling hills of Eastern Ohio. As the sun dipped below the horizon, I heard…
How to Blood-Trail a Deer
Sep 21, 2012Bob Westerfield
You have worked hard on your land all season long preparing food plots, hanging stands and clearing trails. Finally, the season has arrived and the moment of truth has just walked into your luscious food…