Deer & Deer Hunting TV looks to dissect the mind of a bowhunter and what motivates them to pursue deer year after year on this week’s all-new episode, airing Sunday at 8:30 p.m. ET on NBC Sports.
Every hunter has a story of their first time and the reasons that brought them out to the field or into a tree stand. On this week’s Deer & Deer Hunting TV, we travel back to the beginning to discuss what inspired Dan Schmidt and Brad Rucks to pick up their first bow.
Plus, viewers will hear the best tips for how to take more shots and miss less often. Tune in to this week’s episode to learn how to make each and every shot count.
Check out Deer & Deer Hunting TV on NBC Sports, every Sunday at 8:30 p.m. ET, to indulge in your weekly dose of all things deer hunting.
From the publishers of Deer & Deer Hunting magazine, Deer & Deer Hunting TV launched in July 2005. D&DH TV is a departure from most as it showcases deer hunting strategy, equipment and trends that will entertain while making viewers better hunters, no matter the skill level.
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Adrianna Cockerill of Eastover, S.C., with her 4-point velvet doe. (Photo: SouthCarolinaSportsman.com/Adrianna Cockerill)
Adrianna Cockerill was thrilled to get a shot at a buck during the opening week of her hunting season, but what she discovered later gave her quite a shock.
It wasn’t the antlers. It wasn’t a scrawny deer, or some kind of mistake that she made.
Her buck was a doe, baby!
Yep, the South Carolina hunter found quite a surprise after she and her boyfriend loaded the buck on the tailgate of the truck following her afternoon hunt. South Carolina’s season opens in parts of the state in mid-August, and Cockerill was enjoying the hunt despite the summer heat.
According to South Carolina Sportsman, Cockerill lifted a hind leg and discovered that her velvet buck was missing a few things. Turns out it was a doe with antlers, something that isn’t common but isn’t incredibly rare.
Cockerill made the shot with her .243 rifle at about 50 yards. Despite the unusual buck-doe critter, she was happy and definitely has a story to tell for a long time!
Read the full story here.
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A couple of weeks ago I touched on how important it is to get the right shoes for walking or jogging, and equally as important are the right boots for your hunting needs.
Take care of your feet and you’ll be dancing on air during deer season.
It’s important to have the right width in the toe box so your toes can move, you’ll have enough room for your feet to expand later in the afternoon (especially if you walk a lot) and you’ll have a little bit of circulation. The best moisture-wicking socks and uber-super duper boots won’t mean much if your all cramped, crammed and jammed into ill-fitting boots.
Earlier this week I had to get some new orthotic insoles. Three years ago I had a foot problem that hobbled me like a bridge troll from an Aesop’s fable. My podiatrist ruled out a neuroma but did say my too-small shoes were a contributor to the hammer toe and hobbling pain. Orthotic insoles, wider shoes — I went up a size and found some that are constructed with wider toe boxes — and stretching has helped tremendously.
Painful feet are no laughing matter. If you have foot problems or plan to start any exercise program, talk with your physician about the problems. A podiatrist or orthopedic specialist may be on the agenda, too. If you’re a hunter you don’t want to be sidelined. Take care of your dogs so when you’re in the woods hauling out a big buck you’ll be dancing on air.
– Alan Clemons, Managing Editor
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