Late Season Deer Activity, Still Time to Fill Your Tag

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Get out and Hunt to Avoid that Bowl of Deer Tag Soup

Early season planing  is the key and hunting the correct wind.


Setting up a Buck trap is easily done with Buck Fever Canada Synthetic Deer Attractants like BF Pre/Post Rut Juice, BF Forehead Gland Spray, BF Vanishing Hunter Spray and Wipes.

Wear rubber gloves, and wipe down camera and gear. Make a Mock Scrape, pour in a few ounces of BF pre/post Rut Juice, spray an overhead branch with some BF Forehead Gland Spray.

Set your Spypoint Trail Cam up a few feet away, put on video, turn it on, lock it up and YOUR DONE!

Ensure the wind is correct for your entry and exit strategies

Good Luck hunting, there is still time to AVOID DEER TAG SOUP!

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As an avid lifelong angler and hunter, Peter’s outdoor knowledge and experiences keep expanding through his hundreds of hours of hunting and fishing podcast interviews with like minded experts. He has received numerous national writing awards. With thousands of outdoor pictures on Ripple Outdoors and many full-length articles with outdoor magazine and video clips you might say that he not only enjoys his outdoor lifestyle, but he’s quite the fanatic! In 2015 he earned fifth overall on the King of the Wood Contest hosted by Canada In The Rough team, pretty good for a baby boomer deer hunter. His buck was also one of the top bucks taken that season. Through Peter’s deer hunting seminars or by attending outdoor trade shows, like the Toronto Sportsmen Show and The SWOC Big Buck Show, he has connected with thousands of like minded people that love hunting and fishing. As a volunteer or member of local and national outdoor groups like QDMA, SWOC, Outdoor Writers of Canada, Archery Trade Show Association he continues to learn and hone his craft. Read his many articles, listen to his podcasts and rifle through thousands of photos on Ripple Outdoors. Discover Peter’s latest posts about outdoor gear, destinations, how to articles and interviews and you’ll be a better angler and hunter for the experience.