My Favorite Deer Hunting Video
Today I was looking at some videos on youtube and saw my favorite deer hunting video. This guy is deer hunting big bucks in Kansas and gets a shot at a really nice huge whitetail . He smokes one of the big bucks with his bow. It runs stops and looks like he isn’t even hit and suddenly falls. Then another trophy deer comes in and attacks the monster while it is laying dead on the ground. The guy literally walks right up to the buck while he is attacking the other one and has to run him off. Anyway it is my favorite footage of deer hunting of all time.
Note: I had to delete the video original video so I picked another one to share with you.
Here it is. This lady takes a huge Kansas buck.
Spring has sprung and after about a 200 day gestation period the does should be giving birth about now. Some does from the age of two and a half if they are healthy and the winter was not to harsh they may have twins. Most of the time one will be a doe and one will be a buck. The fawns will grow quickly during June and July. And as the days become longer the bucks will start growing their new antlers. So now is a great time to get those trail cameras out and watch those trophies develop their antlers all summer long up until bow season starts. It’s fun to see their development at the different stages of growth throughout the year.
Have you seen any deer growing their antlers yet? Their antler growth will be slow at first during the spring but once the long days of summer roll around the antler growth will begin to be much more noticeable. So get those trail cameras out and watch those bucks develop throughout the summer months. Trail cameras are a great way to learn more valuable information that can help you get that once in a lifetime buck once deer season rolls around.