Wilderness Calls, Rut Buster Deer Call is hand crafted utilizing the finest combination of maple and walnut woods available and fine tuned to provide hunters the best bleats, bawls and Buck grunts available on the market. The Rut Buster Deer Call has three adjustments available; to adjust the Rut Buster simply twist the barrel and pull, exposing the reed system, adjust the "O" ring as follows to create the three different tones: Bottom (near the base) is the Buck Grunt, Middle is the Doe Bawl, and Top (near the end of the reed) is the Fawn Bleat.
Little Samuel ends the bow season with a triple crown!!!!!
Hey all you avid hunters, bow season is at a close again. I hope everybody had good luck and hunted safe. Let me tell you about my last morning of bow season in FL. I snuck into my stand about 30 minutes before the crack of dawn. After getting nestled into my stand I took me a quick nap. As the sun started to wake me up I was filled with excitement because the temperature dropped to about 45 degrees. So I had high hopes that it would have the big bucks up moving. But as the time ticked by nothing was happening. I had seen some squirrels playing in the oaks and some red birds fighting over corn, but no big trophy bucks. I was about to get down when I heard some footsteps coming through the leaves from the right. As I turned my head slowly to the right, I could see it was about a 3-year-old doe. I could only think one thing; it's time for a little doe management. As she hit the gap I was waiting on, I pulled the trigger on my quick release and with a whack from the rage, she left there like a bad out of you know where. After waiting 30 minutes, I had to get down and look for her. As soon as I got where I had shot her, there was blood everywhere. After walking about 40 yards she was piled up. Well as bow season ends black powder begins. So good luck and let me know how it is going.
The Wise Old Redneck Guru's Doe-N-Heat Estrous claims the life of another trophy buck!!
Hey guys and gals, how's it going. Well let me tell you it has been a slow bow season. But the Redneck Guru Doe-N-Heat Estrous struck Sunday afternoon as I was sitting in my tree stand in Hatch Bend Fl. It was a slow afternoon with squirrels playing in the trees and birds chirping, but no deer. As the sun sunk down below the trees; I could here the thundering sound of a deer walking through the dry leaves. As I turned my head I could see a huge body deer coming my way. I could tell he was a toad (big trophy buck) by the way he walked. He walked right to one of my applicators I had just put out with the Redneck Guru doe-in-heat estrous, sprayed on it. As I stood up to make the shot, I thought my heart was going to beat out of my chest. But at the moment of truth I pulled my martin back and touched it off. To my surprise the rage dropped him in his tracks. As I like to say another one bites the dust! So what are you waiting for!! Get in the woods and don't forget to take the guru (Redneck Guru doe-in-heat estrous) with you and you to can bag big trophy bucks.
Sam Kight Jr.
Archery season is now officially underway, Little Samuel bags a large wild hog.
Man its finally here; if your asking yourself "what is here?", bow season in Georgia. As I pulled up to the camp, I could fill a twinkle in my eye. For I have been working all summer trying to get ready for this moment; mowing food plots, filling the feeders and pattering deer and hogs to put me in the right place, at the right time. Enough of that lets get to the hunt. As I observed the sun topping the trees opening morning in Ga. I could here the grunting of wild hogs coming from the bottom. As my heart began to race!! I could see 4 big black hogs appear from the thick brush. Filled with excitement I mustered up the strength to stand up and pull my bow back. As I put my green 20 yard pen right behind the shoulder of one of the wild hogs, I let it fly. With a whack from the rage broad head, I could see that I made a perfect shot, as the big sow ran off. After waiting for about an hour, I climbed down and started tracking the wild hog. After I went about 40 yards, I could see the black from the big sows back. Another one bites the dust as I say. So what are you waiting for turn the TV off, put the computer up and get in the woods, because there is nothing better than seeing it for your self.
Sam Kight Jr.
Samuel Jr. starts 2010 hunting with his cousin, dog running, to harvest a nice five point buck.
My cousin called and asked if I wanted to go and running the dogs with him. I had never harvested a deer with dogs before, so of course I said yes. We loaded the dogs up and began looking for tracks on the road. When another guy in the crew come across the radio and said he just saw a big buck cross the road. We turned around running what felt like at least 100 mph down the dirt road. We slid sideways as we stopped where he had seen the buck and dumped all the dogs out. As the dogs hit the ground they left there like there was a fire under their feet. You could hear the barks from the dogs echoing through the woods. My cousin said, "Lets go! I know where the deer like to cross"! As we flew down the road my heart was pounding with excitement! When we stopped we could hear the dogs coming straight toward us. We both got out and got ready. As the dogs got closer we could hear the deer crashing through the trees. When he hit the road, I put my cross hairs right in front of his shoulders and squeezed the trigger. He did a flip and landed on the other side of the road. I was stunned! It was my first deer, running with dogs! After I caught my breath we went up to the deer and could see it was a nice 5pt.