Does it Work? Ozone Scent Control vs. Drug-Sniffing Dog
You’ve had your head in the clouds if you’ve missed the de-scents-itizing hype of companies selling ozone-generating products. Ozone, they claim, contains an extra oxygen molecule that attaches itself to other molecules—say, b.o. molecules—and changes their structure. I’m eager to examine any deer hunting trend and, if necessary, flip it on its head. So I enlisted Chance, a highly trained police dog, to test ozone’s effectiveness. I’ve watched Chance’s nose zip through every sort of no-scent…
Four Simple Ways to Get Bucks Within Bow Range
Sometimes the gap between seeing a buck and actually getting a shot with a bow can seem like the distance between opposing sides of the moon. Whitetails have an uncanny knack of picking a travel route that carries them just close enough to elevate our heart rate, yet just far enough away that we never draw the bow.
How to Find Coyotes, Locating, Tracking, and Coyote Scouting
Having a hard time locating coyotes? Learn where to find predators and get access to land and property that will produce better results!