4 Seasonal Trail Camera Techniques

November 5th, 2017 by BTC Editor

Trail Cameras have become a big part of the modern hunters scouting strategies. But many fall short by not putting in the time to scout and find new places to put their trail cameras. These 4 simple trail camera techniques will help you get more pictures of your monster bucks. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)

EARLY SEASON

The “30/30” Trail Camera Setting

October 22nd, 2017 by BTC Editor

Just a couple weeks ago I made my first series of mock scrapes for the year and placed my Browning Trail Cameras on all of them using what I call the “30/30 setting”: Video mode set on 30 second clips with 30 sec delay). It didn’t take long before the first mature buck found one in less than 24 hours of being made, and within a couple days they all started to heat up. I noticed one series of the three was showing more activity from a specific deer than the others. I knew right away this was a deer I wanted to target, but how was I going to be able to do so? (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)

Defender 850: Changing How You Hunt

October 8th, 2017 by BTC Editor

The Defender 850 has some unique features and technology that set it apart from the rest and that can take your deer hunting to the next level. Here are 3 features on the Defender 850 trail camera that will allow you to change the way you hunt this season. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)

Shifting Deer, Shifting Cameras

September 24th, 2017 by BTC Editor

We’re beginning to get some early fall temps and the taste of clean, cool air. The skies are beginning to look a little different and we are both beginning to feel a bit different. We are anticipating…

Having found a new core bedding area via trail camera recon, we are now closing in on exactly how this section of property functions and we are stoked for the postseason and the chance to move cameras into this area and establish precise buck bedding locations. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)

Southwestern Backstrap Fajitas Recipe

September 10th, 2017 by BTC Editor

When it comes to fresh venison, the meal I most look forward to is fajitas! For this meal, I used the backstrap from my 8-point taken during last archery season. I love taking all that fresh, organic, grass fed meat into my kitchen and turning out this Tex-Mex classic. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)

St. Jude Heroes Event

August 27th, 2017 by BTC Editor

The St. Jude Heroes event in Poplar Bluff, MO is an an annual 2-day event featuring a VIP Party, silent auction and meet-and-great with outdoor celebrities on Day 1 and a benefit archery shoot and silent auction on Day 2. Read on to see some highlights of this year’s event. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)

Personal Goals for Deer Season

August 13th, 2017 by BTC Editor

Preparation is the key to success in the hunting world. Through the preparation process, you really gain knowledge and respect for the land that, in return, helps shape you to be the best stewardess of the land you can be. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)

5 Tips for Elk Season Success

July 30th, 2017 by BTC Editor

Hunting elk on public landing in Idaho is definitely different than hunting whitetails on my farm in Kentucky. We aren’t using feeders, minerals and supplements or food plots to bring the elk in, and hunting elk typically requires much more physical effort than hunting whitetails where you have long periods of sitting in tree stands or ground blinds. In preparation for the upcoming season, I’ve put together 5 tips that will help you have a successful elk hunting season. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)

Choosing Your First Trail Camera

July 16th, 2017 by BTC Editor

For someone who is new to hunting or the trail camera world, picking out your first game camera can be somewhat overwhelming. Here are a few “must-have”, trail camera features to keep in mind while shopping, as well as some bonus features and accessories that may be an asset to you. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)

Homemade Venison Jerky Recipe

July 2nd, 2017 by BTC Editor

Making homemade jerky is a simple way to preserve excess meat, and when done correctly, can be stored 1-2 months. Depending on the ingredients used, it can serve as a healthy, high-protein and low-carb snack—perfect for training for upcoming hunts or while in the mountains hiking or hunting. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)