”Dem bones, dem bones, dem rattlin’ bones!
Wildlife biologist and outdoor writer Larry Weishuhn is out rattling in whitetail bucks with friend Johnnie Hudman and shares his top tips for success in the field. “Give me those horns! All you’ve rattled in is promises and hot air!” “And what pray tell, what have you contributed?” I countered to Johnny Hudman, nay demand. “What about those five bucks I rattled in at the last set-up? And don’t you tell me they were simply apparitions. You may not have acknowledged it, but they came charging in!” Pushing back his hat Johnnie stared off into the distant sky, “Well… yeah...
Learn to speak “Deer Language” Part 1 PreOrbital Glands
Preorbital Gland is located in the small slit, just past the eye's tear duct. This gland produces a secretion containing pheromones and semiochemical compounds frequently deposited on twigs. In layman’s terms… when you find a scrape, you find a “licking branch” this is where a whitetail uses this gland.
Coyote and Hog Hunting in Texas
Larry Weishuhn - Coyote and Hog Hunting in Texas is part of managing your property to increase the fawn survival rate.