Austin, Texas, November 6, 2017 – Lew’s Holdings Corporation (“Lew’s”), a portfolio company of Peak Rock Capital, a leading middle market private equity firm, announced
We all know rattling works – I have my Ruttin’ Buck Rattling Bag on me at all times. It’s compact and quiet during transport and has a good tone to it when I use it in the woods. But did you know that through scientific research, deer biologists have discovered there is a best time and best way to rattle? The results may surprise you.
For years hunters have been trying to lure bucks in by fooling them with scents and lures. If you go to your local sporting goods store over 80 percent of the hunting products have something to do with tricking a deer’s nose, including scent elimination products, scents, and scent applicators. You obviously can see a deer’s nose is the most important factor when it comes to hunting. Like most great products, trial and error and many hours of experimenting has led to top-of-the-line items now on the market, as well as in the field tactics that work.
As the winter months pass along, mother nature usually provides snow and/or frigid cold air. Being from the Midwest this usually happens during the month of February and sometimes goes into early March. With the cold arctic air and snow on the ground it is easy to find ourselves wanting to stay in bed where it is warm. That’s nice, but over the years I have learned this is actually a great time to be out predator hunting.
Summer is almost here. The temperatures are warming up throughout the days. Most people don’t do much hunting this time of year, unless they’re like me and think about hunting 24/7. The one type of hunting I do the most throughout the year is predator hunting.