Mathews Pro Tips
Hunt deer with the same stealth that a big buck uses
Hunt deer with the same stealth that a big buck uses. Plan entries and exits in hunting areas and use all available resources to remain undetected. A good way to learn this is to follow a buck track in the snow. Learn how a buck uses the terrain and wind to move about in his daily activity. What can be learned here is of great importance.
“Always double-check your hunting regulations. Expandable broadheads are still illegal in a few states. It’s our responsibility to follow all game laws.”
“Food sources and patterns change throughout the season. Change your hunting tactics and stand placements with them to be in bucks from the opener to the close.”
“Use a buddy calling system, this is a buddy that can back up 75 to 100 yards and call the animal past you for a broadside shot.”
“I like to place my decoy 20 to 25 yards out in an open field in front of me and quarter the decoy toward my position. Normally when a buck comes in to a buck decoy he tries to circle downwind of the decoy and approach its head. This places the buck between me and the decoy.”