Deer Hunting in 2009 North America
Tips, Advice, and Season Dates for Every Region!
By JJ Smith
Deerhuntingin.com Expert Columnist
Monday, August 3, 2009
Looks like the hunters aren't the only ones ready for action, like this whitetail.
This unique outdoor sport has been gaining in popularity in recent years. More newcomers are joining the sport every season. Many learn from their mentors and friends, and some do their own research, read deer hunting books, and find their own ways to catch the biggest buck. There are some quick facts you should know that will
help you score the best buck you always dream of, while educating yourself on the techniques and reality of deer hunting in the upcoming season.
You can research and read on your own about deer hunting, but unless you live out in the country, it is a good idea to take some time and take a trek out your own location. Take a hike with a friend for exercise while looking for signs of deer in that area. Some signs are deer trails, scrapes and rubs, deer droppings, and other indications that the buck is in a hut near you and ready to service his friendly does. Logically, the more signs you see the more activity the area should have for you.
Some necessary equipment you need to invest in can be found in almost any hunting and camping shop... these include topographic quadrangle and terrain maps for your area of hunting. When deer hunting in season begins, make sure you wear the bright orange attire for safety and visibility. Observe and record all of the deer signs in your area. After such preparations are made, you will be prepared and ready to bag a nice buck.
Deer Hunting in Various States
Location is also important. For example, deer hunting in the state of Texas offers a good number of options. There are good herds of both white tail and mule deer here. The white-tail deer herds in Texas have steadily increased in most areas, while the mule deer have seen a downward trend in population since 1978. This has caused a bit of resentment among mule deer managers, who view it as more of an invasion than the natural spread and movement of wildlife. There is good news for deer hunting in Alabama. Overpopulation there means a better chance of taking down a big buck. At the same time, overpopulation is never a good thing over the long haul as deer are faced with fewer resources, and are forced further into towns and cities to find food.
In order to help you find all the information within your state, including rules and regulations, and the most comprehensive list of season dates for each state, click on any state below and find all the information you need for your state.
2009 Deer Hunting in Season Dates and Resources by State
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CANADA - 2009 Deer Hunting Season Dates by Provinces/Territories
|British Columbia||Nova Scotia||Saskatchewan|
|Newfoundland & Labrador||Prince Edward Island|
Deer Hunting Tips and Reference
No matter how much you research and scavange online, sometimes it is much more efficient to get one solid resource to rely upon and take with you on those long camping trips or deer hunting outings to use as reference. Here are the top two resources on deer hunting... each book comes with a no-frills
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• Day dream and think about hunting deer all the time?
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• Why you need to understand what deer do besides browsing and sleeping... and how it can lead you right to the best locations to ambush your deer. Pg 11
• The 6 critical areas of the deers anatomy that every hunter must understand about shot placement and ensuring a clean kill. Pg 12
• The one thing you must do to keep comfortable in the woods or else you may endanger your life. Pg. 18
• How to use maps and aerial photos to pinpoint the natural areas to hunt. Understanding this will put you in the top 5% of hunters. CH 6
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Written By Joe Pineland
Learn About ...
• Why hunters from southern states make a mistake when they go north in search of deer pg. 8
• The thing almost all hunters do to try to avoid being sensed by a deer that actually repels them twice as fast. I bet you your are already making this mistake.
• 7 things you need to know about whitetail anatomy and why it is important for all further undertanding about shot placement– pgs. 18-23
• What whitetail deer do most of the day in a secluded spot– pg. 18
• The 4 essential secrets about arrow and bullet placement and why understanding these secrets is like getting a Ph.D. in deer anatomy – pg. 19
• The absolute low down on what you need to know about deer senses so that you can understand why that regal buck is so hard to find and how to start looking at your environment with a new appreciation for deer and the natural world (If you only read one thing in this book, make sure it’s this) – pg. 21-22
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