Welcome to the deer hunting gear pages of Foremost Hunting. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back often as we plan to add new product reviews and comparisons on a regular basis.
Scouting and Trail Cameras
For Deer Hunting
Dressed For Hunting Success
Choosing The Right Outdoor Clothing
One important aspect of a hunt is the gear you choose, this includes outdoor clothing.
Basic Deer Hunting Equipment
for the Novice Bow Hunter
There are hundreds of articles about what a novice bow hunter needs to deer hunt.
Deer Hunting Calls
Reviews Of Popular Deer Calls Find links to deer call manufacturers' websites and read articles on how and when to use deer calls.
Daypack Hunting Essentials
What To Pack While Hunting A complete list of stuff that can always be found in my backpack while out in the field for a hunt.
Deer Hunting Tree Stands
Reviews and Descriptions See links to deer stand manufacturers' websites and get comprehensive deer stand and ground blind information.
Choosing The Best Deer Rifle
Bullet, Action, Scope? When choosing a rifle for deer hunting there are many variables. Therefore, it's not just the rifle that you have to consider when making a purchase.
Bring that Trophy Buck into Shooting Range
When hunters hear the word "decoys," the first thing they usually think about are ducks, wild turkeys, and geese.
Get The Right Gear
For Deer Hunting For deer, especially mature bucks, making mistakes is simply inexcusable. They constantly fight for survival.
Whitetail Ground Blind Hunting
Bring that Trophy Buck into Shooting Range When it comes to whitetail hunting, lots of hunters like to be elevated in tree stands.
A deer is believed to have a sense of smell that is more then 100 times more sensitive then a humans. Controlling your scent can make you more successful in the woods. Learn more about scent control
Foremosthunting.com's Chris Larsen takes an in depth look at the Real Avid Gun Tool. This multi-tool is made specifically for hunters & shooters.
Outfitter Paul Korn talks about hunting deer from a ground blind in this article and podcast.
Muzzleloaders have come a long way since the days of Davy Crockett. They are easier to learn and to shoot than they ever have been.
Big Game Logic is an online interactive scouting tool that helps hunters hunt more effectively. In this podcast, Big Game Logic's Jeff Schmitz talks about what the site is all about and how it can make you a better hunter.
If you’re thinking about hunting with a deer decoy this season, Tink’s has a few new offerings that may be what you’re looking for. Terry Rohm of Tink’s showed off their decoys at this year’s Archery Trade Association(ATA) Show in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Western hunters need good optics for spotting game that could be thousands of yards away. Binoculars are also vital to big woods hunters with less than 100 yards of visibility.
Reviews and descriptions of the different types of stands to links to deer stand manufacturers websites get comprehensive deer stand and ground blind information.
Read reviews on popular deer calls, find links to deer call manufacturers websites and read articles on how and when to use deer calls.
From reviews about top trail cameras to information on how to set up and place your camera for best results check out our deer hunting trail camera information before you purchase a camera
When choosing a rifle for deer hunting there are many variables -- and therefore it's not ONLY the rifle that you have to consider when making a purchase, it's the weight of the bullet, type of action, scope... lots of things. While not everything can be covered in a short article, here are just some of the basics to consider in choosing the best deer rifle.
One important aspect of a hunt is the gear you choose, this includes outdoor clothing. As a professional big game guide I use simple basic “three layer” guidelines while dressing for time in the field
A complete list of stuff that can always be found in my backpack while out in the field for a hunt.
When hunters hear the word decoys, the first thing they usually think about are ducks, wild turkeys, and geese. Well, while many don't use
them‹and some don't even know about them‹deer hunters are more and more using decoys to bring that trophy buck into shooting range.
When it comes to whitetail hunting, lots of hunters like to be elevated in tree stands. The human scent is above the deer, you're out of the direct line of sight, and you've got great vision all over. But, using a tree stand is not always possible or indeed even necessary. There are many instances when you need to make use of a ground blind.
For deer, especially mature bucks, making mistakes is simply inexcusable. They constantly fight for survival. As hunters, avoiding simple mistakes can make time in the field more enjoyable. Here are four gear related deer hunting mistakes to avoid.
Reviews and information about bow hunting gear and equipment
The Grunt- Deep guttural grunts issued by dominant deer of both sexes are an apparent effort to displace subordinates. Combinations of grunting, snorting, and wheezing are much more aggressive in nature and are typically issued by dominant males during the breeding season. Bucks attempting to court a doe in estrous may give a low, repeated tending grunt. Hunters may mimic this sound in an effort to call in a buck. - Deer Sounds