The Best Ways to Lure a Buck

If you want to get a buck this coming season, you may have to work to bring them in. Luring in deer is an art form and takes some practice to master. Here are a few tips for bringing in the big bucks:

Use an Attractant

A deer’s sense of smell is about 60 times better than a human’s. They use their noses to find food, a mate, and to protect themselves. However, you can use one of their best defense mechanisms to bait your deer. An excellent attractant will encourage bucks right where you want them. Purchase an attractant online or at a hunting goods store or considering making your own.

Use a Grunt Call

Use a grunt call to lure in bucks within earshot. Every half hour or so, let out two or three medium grunts with your buck call. This call will get their attention and bring them in. For the deer, you can see in the far distance, try a hale grunt to get their attention and lure them in with a handful of tending grunts. 

Be Invisible

Now that you’ve lured your bucks, it’s important not to scare them off. One of the best ways to ensure you don’t frighten them is to be invisible. Of course, being invisible isn’t a viable option, but figuratively speaking, being invisible is your best shot. Here’s how you can become undetectable to a deer’s acute senses:

Camouflage — Easily hide in plain sight with the right camouflage. Did you know that studies have shown that deer are colorblind to colors with longer wavelengths? Deer are unable to distinguish colors like orange and red from green. That’s why hunter’s orange is safe to wear — unseen by the deer, seen by other hunters. When selecting your hunting gear, stick to greens and other colors that match your hunting environment and avoid bluish hues.

Pro Tip: Avoid wearing anything reflective. Deer may not be able to see red or orange, but they can easily see reflections off of metal, plastic, or other shiny materials. 

Scent — Because a deer’s sense of smell is so keen, it is essential to mask your scent when hunting for a buck; otherwise, they’ll know right where you are. Use a cover scent to conceal yourself better.

Pro Tip: Avoid wearing any scents. This includes scented deodorant, laundry detergents, aftershave, and cologne.

Be Still — A deer’s ability to see and detect movement might be their best defense against hunters. Their sharp sense of sight not only picks up on colors (see camouflage above) but also movement.

Pro Tip: Consider using a tree stand to get out of the deer’s typical sightlines. Bonus, a tree stand will give you an elevated point of view, giving you a better shot.

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Luring in the big bucks is a learned skill — one the guides at R & K Hunting Company have mastered. Let our knowledgeable and experienced team guide your next hunt and make it a successful one. Book your next hunt with R & K Hunting Company today.

Tips for Cleaning Your Hunting Backpack

One sign of a successful hunt is a dirty backpack. To ready yourself for your next adventure, you’ll want to make sure your bag is clean. In addition to cleaning your pack before and after the hunting season, you want to wash it after each hunt.

Keep your backpack functioning its best by following these cleaning tips found below.

Read Washing Instructions

Before you begin washing your backpack, read up on the manufacturer’s cleaning recommendations. Most bags, unless otherwise stated, should not be machine washed, but hand-washed, instead. Besides, you probably don’t want blood and dirt residue left in your washing machine.

Take Your Pack Apart

If your backpack is comprised of different parts, take it apart before you wash it. Remove the belt, straps, and other components so you can thoroughly clean each of them.

Give It a Good Shake

Before wetting your pack, make sure you shake out it well. Dirt, leaves, and other caked-on bits may have found their way in or on your bag. If shaking your backpack isn’t doing the trick, try using your handheld vacuum or the local carwash’s.

Cold Water vs. Hot Water

Cool water is best when trying to remove stains. Ice cold water is best when removing bloodstains. Hot water tends to set the stains in fabrics.

Power Sprayer

Your backpack may require a good spray down if it’s soaked in blood. Lay your pack on your driveway or somewhere you can spray it. Next, use a pressure washer or a power spray attachment on your hose to clean off the first few layers of gunk.

Soak It

If your backpack is saturated in blood, you’ll want to soak it in ice-cold water. Dedicate a plastic tub or bin for cleaning your gear. Fill the plastic bin with water and add a couple of bags of ice. The cold water from your hose won’t be cold enough. Let your pack soak for 30 minutes.

Hand Wash

Because you’ve soaked your backpack, you’ll probably find that you won’t need to scrub your pack with a brush. All you’ll need to do is give it a good hand wash to get the material clean. 

Rinse and Repeat

After your first wash, dump out the dirty water and do it all again. This time, add some detergent. Consider using a detergent that is specifically made for hunting clothes and gear. Massage your pack in the soapy water and let it soak for 20 minutes. Once it’s done soaking and all the stains are out, give your gear a good rinse.

Hang to Dry

Now that you’re done washing your backpack, immediately hang it up to dry. This will help minimize any mildewy smells and keep buckles and zipper in good working condition. 

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Now that your backpack is as good as new, you can start thinking about booking your next hunting expedition with R & K Hunting Company. R & K Hunting Company will take all the stress out of planning the perfect hunt. Find out why more than 90% of our clients come back time and time again, by booking your hunt today.

What Do You Need To Be A Hunting Guide?

Making a career out of your hobby is a dream for many. Hunting enthusiasts are no different. Experienced and inexperienced hunters alike hire guides to make the most of their hunt. An excellent guide enhances the trip with their knowledge and expertise. You can become a hunting guide and fulfill your dreams. But before you do, you first need to know what exactly is required.

What Do You Need To Be A Hunting Guide?

If you are interested in learning about what you need to do to become a hunting guide, keep scrolling.

State Regulations

Each state has its own set of rules and regulations for hunting guides. If you are interested in 

becoming a hunting guide, you must first consult your state’s regulations set by the wildlife agency. Some states require licensure or certification, while others require becoming a part of an association or completing courses. Whatever the standard, it is crucial to understand what is expected of you by your state.

Job Requirements

In addition to state requirements, a hunting guide is subject to other job requirements as well. A hunting guide must be an expert in several different areas. People typically hire guides because they are the expert. A guide needs to know the ins and outs of the weapons, the area, the wildlife, and anything else hunting related. 

Hunting guides also need a skill set that will be useful on the side of the mountain. They must be in good physical condition to handle the terrain. They should be master hunters themselves. They should also be well versed in first aid, survivalist, and safety skills.

A hunting guide also needs to be personable, outgoing, and good at communicating. Because they will be working with all different types of people, a hunting guide should be able to be adaptable and alter communication methods as necessary. 

Educate Yourself

Not all states require education for being a hunting guide. However, there are many schools out there that can help improve your techniques, skills, and increase your knowledge in the area. The skills and knowledge you acquire in these courses can increase your chances of getting a better job, position, or contract with an outfitter.

Get Out There

You’ll need to decide if you are going to become contracted through an outfitter or if you will start your own business. Most guides are contracted through an established outfitter, though some guides decide to go into business on their own. Making a name for yourself might be the more difficult route. It is not easy to become recognized, accepted or trusted quickly. Some people start out working for an outfitter. Later, once they’ve gotten experience and built a rapport with clients, they’ll venture out on their own.

Contact R & K Hunting Company

Guiding hunts is our dream and our passion. The team at R & K Hunting Company has years of experience that have given us the knowledge and skills to take you on the best-guided hunt. We do the work and preparation for you so you can enjoy the adventure of a lifetime. To learn more about our guided hunts or to book your hunt, contact R & K Hunting Company today.

What Every Hunter Needs

Whether you are a beginner or a veteran hunter, there are several items that every hunter needs. Bringing these items along can make you a better hunter by helping you be more prepared, safe, and successful. You may find that some of this gear is best kept at camp or in your car, while others should be kept on your person at all times.

Continue scrolling to learn more about the gear every hunter needs on their hunting excursion.

First Aid Kit

Every hunter should bring along a first aid kit complete with a Trauma Pak with QuikClot (or a similar product). When it comes to emergencies on the mountain, it is best to be prepared. In fact, in extreme cases, it can be the difference between life and death. Whether you need it for minor injuries like a bee sting or more significant injuries like a large cut, you’ll be thankful you brought your first aid kit along.

A Good Knife and Sharpener

A high-quality knife is a must-have when heading for the hills on a hunting adventure. A knife is not only helpful when skinning, gutting, and butchering an animal, but it can also come in handy in other ways. You may find yourself needing to clear a path or in need of further protection. Along with your knife, bring a knife sharpener. A dull knife is as useless as no knife at all. We promise you will use your sharpener more than once on the mountain — especially if you are skinning and butchering game.

Hunting Apparel

In addition to an orange lined vest and hat, you will find yourself requiring camouflage. Camouflage will help conceal and hide you, which is necessary when it comes to hunting. You will likely need several different patterns of camouflage for different hunting locations. Before packing, determine which pattern will be best for that specific location. Because the weather isn’t always predictable and can change in an instant, prepare yourself with layers. Bring along long-sleeved shirts, jackets, coats, hats, pants, and boots. 


Bringing your binoculars along will make spotting animals that are miles away, a piece of cake. Invest in a good set of binoculars that are glare-resistant. Glare-resistant binoculars will help you remain invisible to the game you are hunting. Remember, you should never use the scope on your gun as a sighting device.

Scent Control

It’s nice to smell nice, except on the mountainside. The idea while hunting is to be completely invisible. Not just visibly, but audibly, too. Most animals, especially those you are hunting, have a great sense of smell. Eliminate the odor of you and your clothes with a scent killing spray and detergent.

Contact R & K Hunting Company

Now that you’ve gathered all your supplies, gear, and other necessities, it’s time to plan and book your hunt. Let R & K Hunting Company put together the perfect hunt for you! With years of outfitting experience and a passion for hunting, we are dedicated to giving you an unparalleled, once-in-a-lifetime Rocky Mountain hunting adventure. Contact us to learn more about our guided hunts today!

Is There a Bounty on Coyotes in Utah?

Did you know that Utah offers a bounty on coyotes? Utah’s Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) created the predator-control program to incentivizes hunters to reduce the number of wild coyotes.

There are a few things you need to know before you start your hunt of coyotes to makes sure you qualify. You can learn more about this incentive program by reading below.

Why is There a Bounty on Coyotes?

Coyotes are a significant predator for mule deer fawns. Predator removal can help the mule deer population grow.

What is My Reward?

Those that participate in the predator-control program can receive up to $50 per coyote. The DWR has funding for reimbursements for coyotes. However, if the payments exhaust the funding, the program will be put on hold until more funding becomes available or until the next year. The reimbursement amount may be lowered the following year because of this.

When Can I Hunt for Coyotes?

Because coyotes mate in the winter months, the DWR recommends that coyotes are removed from December through June. This helps in controlling the population of coyotes before they can birth pups. Additionally, these months come before mule deer birth their fawns when they are most vulnerable to coyote predation.

Where Can I Hunt for Coyotes?

The DWR has created a map that shows the areas that should be targeted that will benefit the mule deer most. Coyotes that are removed anywhere in Utah can be submitted for the reward. However, there are specific areas that are ideal and more beneficial than others. Head to the DWR website to view the predator control program map.

Tips For Hunting Coyotes

Coyotes are difficult creatures to hunt. They are smart, their senses are keen, and are they are fast. Here are a few tips that may aid in your success:

  • Blend In: Coyotes are very aware of their surroundings. If you don’t want them to spot you, you must blend in. Wear camouflage (including face paint or a mask), stay as quiet as possible, and avoid wearing strongly scented products (deodorant, perfume/cologne, lotion, etc.).
  • Master the Call: You can mimic the sounds of the coyotes themselves, or you can entice the coyotes by imitating a distress cry of what the coyote may be hunting.
  • Small Groups: Hunt in small groups of two or three. Again, coyotes have keen senses. They rely on their ears for their survival. Hunting in smaller groups will increase your chances of finding a coyote.

Learn More About the Predator-Control Program

If you have additional questions about the predator-control program, you can learn more on Utah’s DWR website. Visit their FAQ page, view the predator-control program map, and find more information on submitting coyotes for compensation.

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How To Choose The Best Hunting Guide

You do not need to be a beginner hunter to enjoy the perks of a guided hunt. Even veteran hunters benefit from guided hunts. A guide is likely more experienced and knowledgeable in a particular area or about a specific animal that makes things easier. Additionally, a guide takes the pressure and stress off of you. Letting your guide take responsibility for the planning and preparation allows you to enjoy your hunt to its fullest.

Selecting the right guide can help make your hunt more successful. However, it is not always easy finding the guide for you. To learn more about choosing the best hunting guide, keep on reading.

Research Reviews

If you have found a company you are interested in hiring or booking, take a look at the reviews left by their past clients. These reviews will tell you a lot about people’s interactions with the guides and their overall experience on the hunt. Keep an eye out for negative reviews — a website that only has positive reviews could be tampered with. Check out their website, social media pages, the Better Business Bureau, and any Google reviews as well. You can also read about past hunting experiences with specific guides and companies on hunting websites and forums.

Recommended Outfitters

Reach out to your hunting buddies, family, or friends of friends that can recommend a hunting guide. Use your network to find word-of-mouth referrals. Word-of-mouth referrals are typically a lot more legitimate, especially when it comes from first-hand experience of someone you know and trust. You can also talk to the employees at your local hunting shop for additional recommendations.

Conduct an Interview

Before pulling the trigger on selecting a hunting guide, ask them any questions you might have. If you are not sure what to ask, try asking these:

  • How long have you been in the business?
  • What is your success rate?
  • Are you familiar with the animal? The area?
  • How often do you guide this hunt?
  • Tags and permits — Are they required? Do you help pull them?
  • What is included in the package? (Food? Accommodations? Skinning/hauling? etc.)
  • Will other people be coming along? Guide-to-hunter ratio?
  • What should I expect each day?
  • Is the land public or private?

Understand the Fine Print

Before making your purchase, make sure you fully understand the hunting package you are purchasing and what is included and not included. Make sure you know their tag/licensing policy. Make sure you know what their cancellation policy is and if there is any refund on a deposit if necessary. Find out who your guide will be before heading out.

Choose R & K Hunting Company

R & K Hunting Company is dedicated to giving you the experience of a lifetime. Every hunt of ours is guided by our expert big game hunters who are extremely knowledgeable about the animal herds and the hunting areas. To learn more about our hunts, click the “Guided Hunts” tab on our website or call us today.

How To Prepare For Backpack Hunting

There’s nothing like getting off the grid for a hunting trip. The fresh mountain air, the enjoyable scenery, and the peaceful sounds make for an ideal getaway. But being unprepared in the wilderness can change all of that in the blink of an eye. You can never know 100% what to expect when heading out on a backpack hunting trip. All you can do is be prepared.

Keep on reading to learn how to best prepare for a backpack hunting adventure.

Trial Runs

Backcountry living is not for the weak, even if it is just for a couple of days. It is important to prepare your body for these adventures. Before your big hunt, carve out time to ready yourself for the physical and mental efforts you will be experiencing. Begin exercising a month or two prior to your first outing. In addition to preparing you physically, verify that the gear you plan to bring along will hold up well enough on your expedition. A trial run will show you just how ready (or not) you and your things are.

Packing Your Gear

The first thing you’ll want to do when packing your gear is to find the best pack. Backpacks come in a variety of sizes, so make sure to find the right size for you. Since you’ll likely be wearing your backpack for long periods, make sure it is comfortable.

Once you’ve selected your pack, you’ll need to determine what goes in it. Make sure the clothing you take is appropriate for the forecasted weather and is moisture-wicking. Verify the sleeping bag you bring along will keep you warm enough throughout the night. Do your best to keep these items to essentials and necessities.

Take as much food and water as you’ll need to get by plus a bit more in the event of an emergency. It may come in handy to find natural water sources in the surrounding area. Bring along a filtration system, iodine tablets, or something similar to make the water drinkable.

Lastly, you’ll need to pack any of your hunting gear. Tripod, ammunition, binoculars, and any other equipment you will require for your hunting excursion.

Safety First

Prepare for the worst, hope for the best. Being ready for anything, and everything could be the difference between life and death. While that may be a bit extreme, you never know when you’ll find yourself in trouble.

Wilderness wandering is best in groups. It’s not ideal for traveling alone in rural areas, so if you must hunt alone, make sure you communicate where you’ll be when you’ll be there, and how long you’ll be gone to your family or friends. Never head out without your compass, cell phone (if you have service), GPS, map, and first aid kit. Familiarize yourself with these tools and the areas in which you’ll be staying.

In addition to all this, use your best judgment and common sense when hunting.

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Where Can I Hunt Pheasant in Utah?

Once upon a time, Utah was a destination state for hunting pheasants. However, once the habitat started disappearing, bumper crops of birds decreased and became a thing of the past. Even though pheasant hunting isn’t as popular as it once was, it’s still a great place for hunting upland birds. Discover the best places to find a good pheasant habitat.

The Best Places to Hunt Pheasant

Arguably, the best places for pheasant hunters in Utah are the central and northern regions, specifically the Wasatch-Cache National Forest and Surrounding areas. Some other great spots include:

  • March edges of the Great Salt Lake and Utah Lake
  • Willard Bay Upland WMA
  • Ogden Bay WMA
  • Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs)

Continue to read more about particular spots prime for pheasant hunters.

Pheasant Hunting Hotspots

Some of the best Wildlife Management Areas for pheasant hunters are located in Box Elder County, in Cache County, near Cutler March and along the Bear River, and in Western Weber County. Another prime area is in the Nephi area. In Northeast Utah, check walk-in areas and WMAs in Uintah and Duchesne Counties.

In WMAs, you can count on quality habitat that contains naturally reproducing birds already present in the area. Many habitats also stock the field before the season begins. In Utah, Interstate 70 is the unofficial boundary for pheasant territory since a suitable ringneck habitat is sparse south of I-70. Near Richfield in Sevier County, WMAs offer hunters good prospects for successful pheasant hunting.

Creek bottoms and fencerows offer the best spots to work. Other areas in central Utah include Huntington and Cleveland, with the Huntington WMA being a well-known hunting hotspot for pheasants. Although Utah’s Walk-In Access Program is still new, thousands of private land in Utah is open for public hunting.

Walk-In Access Properties

A Walk-In Access (WIA) property is an area of private land on which the Division of Wildlife Resources has leased hunting, trapping, and fishing privileges for those with an authorization number—which can be easily obtained here:

Landowners enrolled in the WIA program get monetary compensation based upon a few factors, including acceptable habitat and wildlife, the amount of land, and the length of time the water or land is enrolled in the program. They can also qualify for habitat restoration projects to help attract and benefit wildlife species. Access to Walk-In Access property is limited to foot traffic only, in most cases, unless the landowner designates roads for vehicle travel.

Pheasant Hunting Season 2020

The season for pheasant hunting is just about over (Feb 15), but resumes in November, so you have plenty of time to prepare for this year’s pheasant hunt. To take advantage of this year’s hunting season, book your hunting trip now, as they go fast.

Call The R & K Hunting Company

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Top 12 Must-Haves For Any Hunting Trip

If you’re a novice hunter, there are some essential things you must have to ensure not only a successful hunt but a safe one. Discover the top must-haves for hunting big game or for that trophy head.

What Should I Bring on My Hunting Trip?

When you head for the big outdoors, there are some must-haves you will need to take with you to ensure that you’re prepared for anything that might occur. Water, food, proper clothing, and much more should be on your list. Remember, you will be in the wild with not only your prey but several predators as well.

Continue reading to learn twelve essentials to take on a hunting trip.

Top 12 Hunting Must-Haves

There are more than twelve crucial things to bring on your hunting trip, but today, we’re going to focus on the most important.

  1. Water – This should be at the top of your list. Ensure you have a good bladder that holds a lot of water and make sure it’s full before you leave because you’ll need it.
  2. Apparel – It’s essential to bring a camouflage head net and gloves, along with extra socks and a good jacket and boots. Overalls and an infrared balaclava complete the outfit and allow you to stay comfortable and warm. Also, bring binoculars for easy viewing ofr the animals.
  3. Backpack – Ensure you have a good backpack, which could be the difference in being able to hike for miles or even a mile. Find a light one that has good padding for comfort and a waist strap for even distribution.
  4. Survival Kit – Include necessary modern-day last resort tools, which include matches, first aid kit, blister kit, ibuprofen, Tylenol, compass, and disinfectant.
  5. Map – Keep a map of your area on you at all times. If you can, bring a GPS.
  6. Food – You will be out hiking and using up a lot of energy hunting, so bring food that has protein, such as granola bars, protein bars, fruit, trail mix, and fruit snacks. Avoid beef jerky because the scent will attract predators and scare prey.
  7. Heat Source – At night, it can get quite cold, so consider keeping in your backpack something to make fire with, such as fire steel, matches you can strike anywhere, cotton balls, or a zippo lighter.
  8. Rain Gear – This is crucial to bring so you don’t get soaked and then are too cold to hunt.
  9. Toilet Paper – This is great to have for obvious reasons, but it can also be used when tracking a wounded deer. When you find blood, drape a bit of toilet paper to mark the deer’s path.
  10. Shelter – Being stranded in the wild is a real possibility, so ensure you have a survival shelter. An easy, yet lightweight one uses a 5×7 nylon tarp, with about 20 or so feet of Paracord or nylon rope and a Swiss army knife. An emergency space blanket helps to save on bulk and will keep you warm.
  11. License and Permit—if needed – Ensure you have the proper licensing for your hunt and place the item(s) in your pack first, ideally in a sealed plastic bag for protection.
  12. Weapons – A gun, compound bow, or a recurve bow are among the weapons used for hunting. Carry more than enough ammo since you won’t know how many misses you’ll have.

Contact R&K Hunting

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What’s the Difference Between a Hunting License and Permit

To hunt game in Utah and most other states, you’re required to obtain a license. However, certain situations call for a permit, as well. See the differences between a hunting license and a permit.

Hunting Licenses Vs. Permits

A license allows you to hunt big game or fish in a sovereign state, whereas a permit is something needed, in addition to a license to hunt for certain species, such as:

  • Deer
  • Elk
  • Moose
  • Pronghorn
  • Rocky Mountain goat
  • Swan
  • Turkey
  • Bear
  • Bighorn sheep
  • Bison
  • Cougar
  • Sage-grouse
  • Sandhill crane
  • Sharp-tailed grouse
  • Bobcat

Why do I Need a License?

The history of hunting licenses goes back a millennium, with William the Conqueror in 1070 AD, England, which then spread throughout the world. A few reasons for needing a hunting license include public safety—especially regarding children, both as bystanders and hunters. It’s also used for the regulation and conservation of wild animals and allows for revenue for the sovereign state. It also helps contain the transmission of animal-borne diseases (rabies and Lyme disease, notably).

A basic hunting license allows you to hunt small game, which includes most species of waterfowl and upland game. If you plan on fishing, you also need a license, and there are different types to meet the needs of different anglers.

Obtaining a license can be purchased online and are valid for a full year from the date of purchase.

How do I Obtain a Permit?

Look at a hunting guidebook, which is available at the wildlife.utah.go website for the species you want to hunt in the state, or check out your state website for more information. It will indicate whether you need to apply for a permit in the state’s hunt drawing. In Utah, drawings include:

  • Bear – Black bear
  • Big game – Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, desert bighorn sheep, Rocky Mountain goat, buck, bison, deer, elk, moose, and pronghorn
  • Antlerless – Deer, elk, moose, and doe pronghorn
  • Crane, grouse, and swan – Sandhill crane, sharp-tailed grouse, greater sage-grouse, and tundra swan Cougar
  • Sportsman – Rocky Mountain bighorn, elk, moose, desert bighorn sheep, bear, bison, cougar, turkey, goat, deer, and pronghorn (one permit for each species)
  • Turkey – Wild turkey

You can apply for a permit from a drawing two ways: visit the online application website during an application period on the wildlife.utah.go website and call or visit the DWR office during the application period. If you live in Utah, before you apply for a permit, ensure you meet Utah’s hunter education, age, and license requirements. There are also regulations to qualify for being a resident.

During the application, you will be instructed and have several opportunities to review your hunt choices. Keep in mind; you can apply anytime during the open application period. If you have a group, check to see if you can apply with the other hunters.

Call R&K Hunting to Book Your Hunt

Once you obtain your license, give us a call and let us match you with the perfect hunting guide. Our experts are licensed and insured, as well as experienced hunters who know the best places to hunt, to give you the most successful chances of bringing home big game. Contact us to learn more.