Rule The Rut With Field & Stream
New New York, NY- Field & Stream’s new Rut Reporters, FieldandStream.com/rut-report is a one of a kind site offering hunters the tools they need to outsmart deer. The newly launched site offers users the up-to-date reports, information, and insights about the stage of the rut in every region of the country updated twenty-four-hours a day.
Field & Stream deer experts throughout the country are continually reporting on what the bucks are doing RIGHT NOW–whether they’re just forming bachelor groups, actively making scrapes, or recklessly chasing does. Users can get in on the action and become eligible to win valuable hunting gear by reporting what deer are doing in their area on Field & Stream’s Facebook page. All the information is uploaded into “heat maps” that tell users at a glance how the rut is progressing across the country. The site also features photos and videos from around the nation allowing users to customize their hunting plans based on the latest information from the field.
“Rut Reports is a one-stop for deer hunters this year,” said Anthony Licata, editor of Field & Stream. ‘The site helps hunters be as prepared as possible when they’re heading into the woods this season with everything from local activity reports on the deer in their area to hunting tips and moon phases.”
Field & Stream’s Rut Reporters is also home to the Rut Handbook, an ever-evolving database of information about hunting the rut complete with tactics, pro hunting tips, skills, and essential information about whitetail biology and behavior. The site’s monthly calendar offers information on moon phases and Field & Stream’s Best Days of the Rut.
For more information on Field & Stream’s Rut Reporters, visit FieldandStream.com/rut-report.
Field & StreamÂ, The World’s Leading Outdoor Magazine, is the country’s largest enthusiast title and most recognized outdoor publication. Devoted to the complete outdoor experience and lifestyle, Field & Stream(www.FieldandStream.com) gives its readers the knowledge and inspiration to pursue the sports they love. It celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography and sound advice, while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations. Established in 1895, Field & Stream is published 11 times per year by the Bonnier Corporation.