October 31, 2017

Why Hunting “Corners” is Important (video)

TFG Hunting Editor Lou Marullo illustrates why hunting the “corners” of fields can help hunters score on big bucks. 0
October 31, 2017

An Exotic Smarter than a Whitetail?

There is an animal roaming freely in the wilds of Texas than is harder to hunt than a mature whitetail deer. In fact, this animal may very well be the hardest game animal to hunt in […]
October 31, 2017

Texas Exotic Hunting Options

Out of all of the places in the world to hunt, there is no place quite like the great state of Texas. With year round hunting opportunities for exotic deer, African game and many other big […]
October 31, 2017

Hunting City Bucks: Backyard Backstraps

When most people envision an ideal hunting spot where you can harvest the buck of your wildest dreams, they don’t typically think of roads, cars and county parks close by. The biggest archery buck I have […]
October 31, 2017

Follow the Nose: Using a Whitetail’s Nose to Its Disadvantage

While most hunters know that a whitetail deer’s nose is sensitive, many hunters who I have asked don’t know to what degree this sensitivity goes. Did you know that the nose of a whitetail deer has up to […]
October 31, 2017

Affordable off season exotic options

Exotic hunting is a big industry in Texas. From a handful of species available to hunt in the 1960s, we now have more than 40 from around the world available on Texas ranches. I would like […]
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BIG&J offers a full line of attractants that draw deer to your property, stand or camera.

Because they’re hunters, the folks at BIG&J care about deer and other game animals. BB2 attractant, for example, is designed to provide the maximum amount of protein with the highest total digestible nutrition level of virtually all premium feeds. Other products might offer nutrition or attraction, but BIG&J does both.

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Depending on your hunting style, there’s a perfect Swagger All-Terrain bipod for everyone.

The Field Model is ideal for Western hunters, spot-and-stalk situations or any area where long shots from the ground are likely. The Treestand/Blind Model adapts to the unique challenges of hunting from treestands and blinds, or any enclosure with an elevated window.