Well I’m heading down to Texas this evening for a little family reunion and I’ll be down there til the beginning of next week. Unfortunately I won’t be doing any hunting, but maybe I’ll be able to get my eyes on some nice Texas whitetails, there sure are plenty of them down there. While I’m gone I certainly don’t want to leave you guys hanging, so I thought I would suggest some of my posts from the past for you all to check out. Here are some of my favorite Wired To Hunt posts from days gone by, hope you enjoy and be sure to leave your thoughts in the comments!

5 Tips for Hunting Pressured Whitetails – John Eberhart: John is one of the most successful whitetail bowhunters in the Michigan and the entire country. He has develope a rigorous system to get on mature bucks and get within bow range in even the most pressured areas. For anyone hunting in areas like Michigan, Pennsylvania or New York John’s insight is a must read. Here are his top 5 tips for chasing bucks in these high pressure areas.

Exclusive Interview with Chris Brackett: For any Chris Brackett or Arrow Affliction fans out there, this interview is going to be of interest to you. Chris recently decided to leave the Arrow Affliction show, so check out this article to learn why he left and what he plans to do next!

Using Google Maps to Scout Whitetail Deer: Right now is a great time to find new pieces of land to hunt and the first step to scouting that land is to review aerial maps. Using Google Maps to do this is quick, easy and effective. Check out this article to learn a little bit more about how you can use these maps to better understand your property and how to develop a strategy for hunting it.

Common Threads – Scott Bestul: Scott Bestul is a deer hunting writer that runs the Field & Stream blog Whitetail 365 and has been published in Field & Stream and Deer & Deer Hunting just to name a few. He was kind enough to write a guest post for Wired To Hunt describing the common threads that run across all consistently successful hunters of mature bucks. For anyone trying to reach that level of consistent success, you need to check  out this article.