The heat is on
much to the chagrin of whitetail hunters across a good portion of North America's best deer country.
With the rut beginning to heat up in many locales, including the big-buck-rich American Midwest, near-record warmth is conspiring to keep daytime whitetail movement to a minimum in deer camps.
"Oh yeah, it's been slow for the last week," said veteran big buck expert Stan Potts on Tuesday as he broke for lunch in an Illinois deer camp.
"It's Nov. 8 and, right ...Read full story