By Mark Kenyon

It’s Friday and that means one thing here at Wired To Hunt – our weekly round-up of the top deer hunting blog posts from across the web. We’ve got a great selection this week, so click below, read away and enjoy. And while I’m thinking about it, any big bucks popping up on camera for you yet? I’m dying to see what’s on mine.

The Myth of Nocturnal Bucks – Whitetail Habitat Solutions: Jeff Sturgis’ thoughts on nocturnal bucks, what causes bucks to show up only at night, and how you can hunt these deer.

Troubleshooting 4 Common Food-Plot Problems – Outdoor Life: Some smart ways to improve a hunting food plot.

Shea: 1 Pin to 40 Yards? – Tagged Out: Can you accurately shoot a compound bow with only one pin out to 40 yards? Get the answer here.

16 Weeks To The Moment of Truth – Wasp Blog: The guys at Wasp broadheads have put together a terrific series of blog posts examining ways to improve your archery accuracy. The first five are available here.

Physical Preparation for Bowhunting Whitetails – Advice on getting physically ready for the upcoming bowhunting season. Spoiler alert, nowhere in this article does it recommend drinking six beers while floating on the pontoon boat this summer. I know, I’m bummed about it too.

The Whitetail’s Annual Miracle: Antler Casting and Regeneration – Deer & Deer Hunting: Interesting facts about antler casting and growing.

What CWD Might Mean For Michigan Hunters – A Wisconsin hunter’s perspective on what to expect when living and hunting in a CWD area.

Tiny Plots Are Terrific part I – Winchester World of Whitetails: Some quick tips from Scott Bestul on establishing tiny but useful food plots.

Recognizing Deer Movement Patterns – Whitetail Habitat Solutions: Thoughts on the importance of establishing and recognizing deer movement patterns.