Deer Hunting

Welcome to, your home for information and discussion about one of the oldest and greatest outdoor sports of all time: deer hunting. We have loads of deer hunting information available to help you be successful with your outdoor adventures. There are areas dedicated to wild game recipes, deer hunting gear reviews, outfitters, and tips to help you on your next deer hunt.

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Deer Hunting Regions

We've compiled info pages on some of the more popular deer hunting regions below. Each state article has some interesting deer hunting history. In each state you will find information on the current deer population, the Boone and Crockett typical and non-typical records, as well as popular public hunting areas. Do you hunt in one of these states? Know of an interesting fact or information that should be included here? Send us an email or introduce yourself in our deer hunting forums. We would love to hear from you!

Team DHC Members

Team DHC is made up of experienced deer hunters from various walks of life. We have members from states as far north as Vermont and as far south as Tennessee. Team DHC is an area where hunters that are willing have shared some of the deer hunting tips and hunting experiences they have picked up over the years. If you're an experienced deer hunter that loves to write and share his experiences with other hunters world wide we have a spot available to you as a guest contributor to DeerHuntersClub. Email us to find out additional information.

Team DHC Articles

A Decade With the Dangerous Clowns.
A bow and arrows, even the most modern ones, do not instill a great deal of confidence when over 300 pounds of humorous evil is staring right at you. What immediately runs through the mind of those who have one is, ‘I could be in deep do-do, here."

Hunting White Tails in Non-Wooded Areas
The land in which I hunt is mainly made up of non-wooded areas. There is a sixty acres of hayfield, sixty acres of grazing land and another forty in crop land. I also have access to fifty acres of heavily wooded land. For some reason, I tend to hunt the non-wooded areas much more often than the wooded. Why is this?

Some Things I’ve Learned about Deer Hunting
I guess after 57 years of hunting deer, one would expect that I would learn a few things. I think I have. I know for sure I have learned some things about stand placement and positioning.