Hill Country Bucks: Best Deer Hunting DVDs

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One of the best deer hunting dvds you’ll ever own because it shows you HOW to consistently scout, hunt, and kill big whitetail bucks in high pressure, rugged, steep terrain. Conditions don’t get much tougher than that!

Hunting Public Land Emphasized

You’ll learn from veteran bowhunters where big bucks bed, how they travel, and how to properly play the wind while deer hunting! There’s a special emphasis on hunting public land and how doing so can also improve the private land you might also be hunting. All this and more make Hill Country Bucks one of the best deer hunting dvds you’ll ever own!

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This is one of the best deer hunting dvds out there if you’re wanting to learn how to consistently kill big whitetail bucks in rugged, steep terrain (hill country)! It’s over 3 hours in length and is broken into several, easy-to-digest chapters. Each chapter covers a different aspect of hill country deer hunting:

Big Buck Bedding Areas

Where do bucks bed versus does? How do they access their beds? Where do they bed in daytime vs. night? How do they use the wind to determine where they bed? Learn all this and more from this deer hunting dvd!

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Learn how winds & thermals affect how and where to hunt

Thermals and playing the wind (hunt thermal tunnels for daytime big buck action!)

What are thermals and how do they relate to hill country? How do you use them to determine where to hunt? Did you know a shorter evening sit can be better than a long sit? What’s a thermal tunnel and why should I know about it? We answer all this and more in Hill Country Bucks. Bonus: we’ll show you what to use to check the wind instead of those lousy puffy powder bottles!

Here are some other topics covered in the chapters of this dvd:

  • Morning vs. evening setups
  • Detailed analysis of multiple Boone & Crockett kills!
  • Reading topo maps (how to eliminate the unproductive half of your property!)
  • And much much more!

Andrae D’Acquisto Exclusive!

If you’re not yet convinced this is one of the best deer hunting dvds available, check this out: Founder of Lone Wolf Treestands, creator of Whitetail Addictions (hunting tv show), and friend of NextBuk Outdoors, Andrae D’Acquisto has killed 6 net Boone & Crockett bucks by bow. Andrae gave us an exclusive interview for this video about how he used trail cameras, the moon phase, and innovative scouting to kill two of his more recent bucks that each grossed over 200 inches! Note: Andrae is now working with XOP Treestands and that’s why they’re our treestand of choice! Learn more about Andrae & XOP.

Bump & Dump Technique Makes This One of the Best Deer Hunting DVDs Ever!

Blow a big buck out of his bed on purpose? Sounds a little extreme, right? You won’t want to miss Andrae D’Acquisto’s detailed description of a technique he coined “Bump em & Dump em!”. He used it to kill a giant Illinois typical in early October when most think the October lull has set in. Don’t miss his incredible hunt for the Tuning Fork buck.

7 reviews for Hill Country Bucks: Best Deer Hunting DVDs

  1. Dewey

    All I can say is WOW!!

    That is the most informative hunting DVD that I have ever watched. Great job guys!

    I had a lot of luck applying the tactics from your Marsh Bucks video and I plan on doing the same with this one as well.

    I especially appreciated the tips you gave on hunting the thermal tunnels. I never really thought of it that way, but have always noticed the trails 1/3 of the way down a ridge. This will change the way that I hunt hill country.

    I really enjoyed the hunt scenes and thought the waterhole scenes on the top of the ridge were really cool.

    Again I would like to say, “Great Job Guys.” Thanks for everything you guys do to help us all become more succesful hunters.

  2. predatortc

    Got mine today and watched it for fifteen minutes. Got so pumped from it that i went and did some scouting myself.

    I don’t hunt any hilly lands but just like the marsh bucks video i took in a lot of the tactics for where i hunt.

    Awesome video

    Usually the hunts on most videos don’t interest me but i loved these because you explained how it was all done.

    Again i think it was awesome and if every hunter got their hands on these videos, there would be a tremendous decrease in the big buck population
    Thanks for the Knowledge.

  3. WiBowhuntress

    Got mine in the mail yesterday, and also went to Oconomowoc and picked up a copy for my brother )so he doesn’t borrow mine for 6 months!!!)

    Watched the entire DVD last night and I have to say, it was really cool…and informative when it comes to learning about wind and how the terrain/time of day, etc affects the wind. I definately learned something new and realize that I’ve made alot of mistakes in “assuming” which stand was best to hunt because of wind direction. I knew about thermals, but definately still learned alot of new stuff, especially when it comes to hunting the hill country. I don’t hunt big hills. But do hunt semi flat land, and small ridges. BUT I have hunted hill country in the past and the video really enlightened me on the topic of how the terrain affects the wind direction.
    LOVED the hunts too!
    Anxious to hear what you guys will be cookin’ up for your next project!
    In the mean time, the camera will be going with me as much as possible in the upcoming season!

    Great job guys!

  4. Kurt H

    Keep up the good work. Really have enjoyed and appreciated the DVDs and website information.

  5. Eric Garmon

    This dvd has made me a better hunter thanks guys

  6. Jeff Mittag

    Very entertaining and informative, really liked the wind/themal info…got me thinking about it more. Thanks

  7. Jarrod Erdody

    Lots more reviews of this Hill Country Bucks hunting video in our forum at this link: https://nextbukoutdoors.com/forum/topic/hill-country-bucks-dvd-reviews/
    Thanks for your interest!

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