Deer Still Hunting
Still hunting is a fundamental technique to being a successful deer hunter. It is also an essential tool for most other hunting pursuits. My hunting mentors taught me how to still hunt whitetail deer in the timber when I was a kid. Still hunting is the act of slowly, carefully, and quietly sneaking through the timber and seeing game before it reacts to you. I got really good at it as a kid and I have been able to get up whitetail deer and other critters for success ever since. Mastering the art of still hunting will make you a better hunter. In this webinar, I will share my philosophy, technique, and stories of success and failures in still hunting.
This webinar will cover:
- Picking the right terrain and timber for still hunting
- Learning how to sneak up an animal in the timber
- When to still hunt and when to cover ground
- Camouflage and cover techniques
- Animal response to seeing or hearing you
- Making the shot in timber
- Responding to weather – still hunting in snow, rain, wind and drought
- Discussion on spot-and-stock vs. still hunting – what’s more productive?
For Dylan Eyers, hunting has always been about two things: creating a community around food and connecting with nature. It’s a philosophy he picked up from a long line of hunters, and it’s one that he’s proud to pass on to new generations.
His maternal grandfather, Wally, was a Métis fur trapper… Read More »
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