My Bear

By Tim Biebel | September 1, 2013 |

It’s not the biggest bear I admit, but it was the first one I had ever seen in the woods. It was a warm, calm afternoon and I was dozing off in my treestand with thanks to a little sun on my face. The classic sounds of an animal walking in the thick bed of dry…

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ThermaCELL Giveaway!

By Tim Biebel | August 19, 2013 |

Everyone know’s that I love a good deer story. It turns out that I love a fun giveaway too! So, why not blend the two together? It’s easy – post a picture of a deer you killed along with a short story (100 words or so) to wall of The4Pointer’s Facebook page and you will…

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By Tim Biebel | August 5, 2013 |

 Shooting a deer shouldn’t be only about the score but to some of us the score does matter. That’s why I’ve taken the time to outline six simple steps to scoring your Vermont buck. I really hope this helps.     1. Download the score sheet from the Boone and Crockett website. This can be tricky…

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Ryan Hammond’s 11 Point 195 lbs NH Buck

By Tim Biebel | July 26, 2013 |

In the first ever deer story published on The 4 Pointer I am thrilled to bring to you the story of Ryan Hammond’s 11 pt 195 lb buck taken in 2006 in Newport, NH. In Ryan’s own words he writes:  “It was November 28th, 2009 with no luck in the morning stand. The wind was…

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What to Expect

By Tim Biebel | July 18, 2013 |

I’m one of those people that likes to know what to expect so it only seems right that I should let you know what I am planning on writing about and when. For starters I am planning on updating Deer Trails 4 times a month. It doesn’t seem like a lot I know but I…

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Welcome to Deer Trails

By Tim Biebel | January 11, 2012 |

Whenever I find a new deer trail while scouting I immediately try to determine the “story” behind it. I ask myself questions like, where are they coming from? Where are they going? Why have the deer chosen this route to get from point A to point B? Are they safer here or is it just…

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