There is No Magic Pixie Dust
When it Comes to Putting Slob Bucks on Your Wall! The whitetail deer thrives today in North America because of agriculture. From the mountains of the western US to the small parcels of the east, find farmland and you’ll find big bucks. Yet, today’s videos and television shows leave an impression that killing big bucks regularly is out of reach for those without the money for large, private tracts of land, expansive food plots, or outfitted hunts. Today’s average hunter is forced to seek permission, hunt public, or lease the land they hunt. How can a do-it-yourselfer achieve success? In this video, we discuss farmland and dissect the habits of mature bucks in this diverse terrain, in the raw, unbiased manner you’ve come to expect from NextBuk Outdoors (formerly Blood Brothers Outdoors).
EXCLUSIVE Interview! Friend of NextBuk Outdoors, Paul Ranft, is about as die hard as a whitetail hunter can get. His career as a taxidermist, outdoor television producer and editor, and hunting outfitter in Nebraska and Iowa keeps him close to his favorite quarry. Paul has killed 49 Pope & Young whitetails. Most of them were killed in his heavily hunted home state of Michigan. Find out how he does it! 145 Minutes.