Albie Berk

Albie Berk enjoys hunting and sharing what he has learned and any successful tips he can with others. He enjoys South Carolina hunting and usually stays at Carolina Buck and Boar.

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The Mind of the Hunter

The hunter should examine himself thoroughly prior to the hunt to determine his mental and emotional status with respect to these volatile, emotional matters Some people make good hunters, hunters who can do it right

The Hunter Personality

Many people are just not hunters They are not inclined to hunt, nor do they need to

Float-Hunting For Deer is an Old Indian Method

Float-hunting for deer is an old Indian method Camouflaged canoes flowing with the current allowed the hunter to get within stonehead-arrow range of unsuspecting deer, which had gathered at the water's edge to cool, to drink and feed

Big Bucks Like Cornfields

Big bucks like cornfields When the urge to hunting hits unpicked corn often harbors incredible numbers of whitetails

Do Deer Love Soybeans?

Game management has been given proper credit for reestablishing the deer herds, but it is actually the deer themselves that should be credited for changing their habits to adapt to our civilization Soybeans are not exactly the native forest environment of deer

Backyard Bucks and Waterholes

While most hunters tend to think the biggest bucks are to be found in the farthest reaches of the wilderness areas, many are realizing that the deer they were after might have been right there at home all along Of course it is true that unhunted places harboring really big bucks do exist in some of the less accessible, out-country areas

Quail Hunting - The Sport of Kings

Quail hunting has often been called the aristocrat’s sport Maybe it is because you are not required to get up before dawn and freeze in a blind for many hours before you can take your shot as in duck hunting