How to Hunt Mule Deer?

Answer Mule deer are found in the Western region of North America in states such as Montana, Wyoming and Idaho. Mule deer are cousins to the well-known white-tailed deer. The differences between the 2 inc... Read More »

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When do mule deer drop their antlers?

Mule deer shed their antlers after breeding season, in January and February--sometimes April at the latest. Older and physically fit mule deer lose their antlers sooner than younger mule deer and t... Read More »

How long should you age mule deer meat?

Mule deer venison is more tender after being aged for at least a week at temperatures between 34 and 38 degrees Fahrenheit with good air circulation. The meat continues becoming tender until 16 to ... Read More »

How to Hunt Mule Deer in Washington?

Mule deer are among the most popular big-game animals to hunt in Washington each year. This large animal is know for its distinctive ears, which resemble those of a mule. The state wildlife commiss... Read More »

When do mule deer lose their antlers?

Mule deer bucks shed their antlers annually during the early winter, usually by late December. The new antlers will begin growing toward the end of the winter, reaching their full size by late summ... Read More »