Hunting Marsh Bucks

(2 customer reviews)


This is an instructional video for the hardcore, do it yourself whitetail hunter that wants to learn how to analyze cattail marshes for mature buck bedding and transition this knowledge to successful hunting tactics.

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This DVD will not appeal to everyone. It was designed for the hardcore, “do it yourself” diehard whitetail hunter, who has grown tired of DVD’s that teach nothing and are only about shoving sponsored products down your throat. If you want a “whack ‘em stack ‘em” video, don’t buy this. If you want a magic potion shortcut to get your buck, don’t buy this. But if you’d like to learn how to apply time and effort towards consistent success on good bucks from a group of guys that have proven themselves in areas most of us hunters are faced with, this video will give you the tools to do this no matter where you hunt.



On This DVD:
We created this DVD to not only watch it from beginning to end if you choose, but to use the chapter menus to jump to any particular topic you want based on the time of year, your interest, etc.Here’s a list of the chapters you’ll find on our dvd:

  • Introduction
  • Core Beliefs
    • There’s No Magic Pixie Dust
    • Scout. Scout. Hunt.
    • Be Silent. Be Mobile.
  • Post Season Scouting
    • Getting Started
    • Bedding/Staging Areas
    • Burning Bridges
    • Rubs
    • Tracks
    • Beds
    • Entry/Exit Routes
    • Islands
    • Points
    • Putting it all Together
  • Summer Scouting
    • Shining
    • Film Your Scouting
    • Trail Cameras
    • Where’d They Go?
  • Early Season Hunting
    • Dan’s Public Marsh 10pt.
    • Spot-Checking
    • Using Other Hunters to Your Advantage
    • Wind
    • Stand Height
    • Scent Control
  • Andrae D’Acquisto Feature
    • Interview on marsh hunting strategies
    • #4 Wisconsin Archery typical interview and hunt footage
  • Mid-Season Hunting
    • T-Zone
    • Dan’s T-Zone 10pt
    • Outside-In
    • Dan with Trail Cam Buck
    • The Rut
  • Late Season Hunting
    • Jamie Infalt’s First Deer
    • Pros & Cons
  • Bonus Features
    • Story of Dan’s 11pt.
    • Story of Dan’s 400lb. slob
    • Lee’s Favor Buck
    • Story of Dan’s Obsession Buck
    • Definition of a Slob (How the word Slob came about being used)


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A trophy buck doesn’t have to be a “buck of a lifetime”. What we are hoping to show you in this video is that you can consistently kill mature bucks every year in your home hunting areas, regardless of your financial situation, where you live, and hunting pressure.


Unfortunately, the hunting industry has become money-driven like all other businesses. Videos are biased because of big money sponsorships and egos of guys that want to be famous professional hunters. What ever happened to unbiased, instructional videos that teach hunters exactly how to improve their skills and not just entertain? I will personally assure you, we did not accept one penny from anyone to produce this video. Those that we thank in the video have supported us merely with time and efforts. It has been a project we embarked on in our spare time away from our full time jobs and families, and we’re happy to bring it to you.

2 reviews for Hunting Marsh Bucks

  1. Chris S

    I watched this one a few years ago. I liked how it described to search for beds on the high ground in marshes, check fo the sign going in and out. I have a huge marsh I hunt up north in Iron cty. Although this tactic did not help me in hunting the marsh as I had no way of getting out there with out spooking the deer it did help me to find the beds and figure out the travel pattern out of it. I would catch them on the way in and out of the marsh beds. It also helped me in putting together the clues to what type of buck I had in the area. IE a roamer that ran the ridge and was just passing through or the buck that this is my area and this is where I bed.

  2. Jarrod Erdody

    We have a ton of reviews you can read in our forum at this link:
    Thanks for your interest!

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