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Midsummer Scouting: Glass With a Red Dot
Midsummer Scouting: Glassing food sources during midsummer is a great way to take inventory of bucks. Learn how to use a red dot with a spotting scope.
Updated: September 11, 2020

Glassing large destination food sources during midsummer is a great way to take inventory of what whitetail bucks are in the area. Savage Outdoors host Mike Stroff reveals how he uses a red dot optic with his spotting scope to quickly scan fields and focus his search for specific bucks.
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After 20 years of turkey hunting, I can assure you the old adage of “roosted ain’t roasted” is still alive and well. However, if you want to transform from a casual turkey hunter into a consistent turkey killer, roosting gobblers is entirely critical.
→ September 15
How to Hunt Deer During the Rut: Will Primos shares tips on how to hunt pre-rut, rut and post-rut.
→ September 15
Harvesting Wild Game: Mike Stroff explains why providing meat for his family is so important to him.
→ September 14
How to Sight In a Rifle: A solid sight-in is the foundation of accurate, consistent shooting.