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“The tom came over the crest and then just stood there about a hundred yards away and kept looking in my direction. No matter how much I called he wouldn't come any closer.” This and similar complaints I hear quite...

O. Vohringer

O. Vohringer

The diaphragm turkey call has been around for many years but became really popular about ten years ago. The first type of these calls were made by hunters looking for a different call that didn't involve movement to coax...

O. Vohringer

O. Vohringer

Using deer scent and calls is still somewhat a mystery to some hunters. What scent should we use and when should we use a particular scent are just some of the questions I hear regularly on my seminars. Then there...

O. Vohringer

O. Vohringer

I remember 15 years ago when I went out to scout for a good place to hang my stand in anticipation of my very first bowhunt. To say I got frustrated would be an understatement for what I felt. I...

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O. Vohringer

In this article we will look at the different signs deer make and their meaning. In general signpost communication is both, a visual and olfactory marker for other deer. Signposts include both rubs and scrapes. Deer use these signposts to...

O. Vohringer

O. Vohringer

I learned a lot about the woods, plants and animals from my father and the old men of the hunting camp. Today I sometimes have to force myself to recall the wisdom of those men. Each time I do so...

O. Vohringer

O. Vohringer

Recently I came upon some information about the economic impact hunting has in North America and decided that I should write about it so that other hunters can see too what good we hunters do for our countries economy and...

O. Vohringer

O. Vohringer

On a cold and blustery November morning in 1996 I sat in my tree stand located on a narrow bench of a steep slope from where I had an excellent view of deer activity. At the base of the slope...

O. Vohringer

O. Vohringer

For as long as I can remember this issue has been festering among archers. The Internet forums are full of heated controversy between the vertical and horizontal archers. What puzzles me most is seeing how some archery organizations feed this...

O. Vohringer

O. Vohringer

“There are no bucks on public land worth hunting.” This is an expression that I hear many times when the talk is about hunting on public land. Others have said: “You can't have a quality hunt on public land, there...