It’s upon us, and there’s still time to shop.
What? No, not deer season. The holidays. And because we all know an avid deer hunter in our lives, you’re no doubt looking to get that special someone something they don’t already have.
Fear not. We’ve got you.
It’s good to have a hunting buddy, and even better to have one who can help you haul a monster out of the woods. These walkies will keep your hunter in contact with someone else in case of an emergency. They are a must-have.
Hunting isn’t just about being in the woods and shooting at things. There’s scouting and prep work, knowing that you’re putting yourself in prime position. A trail cam is the best way to do recon without propping yourself up in the woods for hours on end.
Whether lining up a rifle or tracking long-distance game, a scope kit (complete with tripod) will help your hunter keep an eagle eye out. It’s a tool that any hunter will be appreciative of.
The woods have a way of distorting our visions. A range finder can make sure your hunter’s aim is true. This tool is a must-have for any deer hunter, and once you use one, you won’t want to hunt without it.
Good, sharp knives aren’t just an important part of cleaning game—they’re also much safer than dull blades. Help your hunter make quick work of a kill with a fast, efficient knife sharpener.
Anyone who tells you that a hunter has enough knives has clearly never cleaned a deer. It takes a lot of knives to get the job done. Can’t decide on just one? Buy a whole kit that comes with everything a hunter needs to gut, clean, and process game.
Jerky Seasoning Kit
All that deer has to go somewhere. And jerky will be a good bunch of it if you know what’s good for you. Give a spicy jerky seasoning kit, and who knows? A grateful hunter may return the favor with a finished product.
The thing about trees—where one puts a tree stand—is that they grow. Their branches stretch out and unfortunately obscure good shot angles. A good pruning tool, like a lopper or this serrated machete, is perfect for keeping shot lanes clear.
Sitting for hours in a tree stand is pretty uncomfortable work. Help save a hunter’s rear-end with a cushion—particularly one that’s not just soft but also offers a little thermal protection from the cold hard metal.
Is your hunter constantly in search of the next big buck? A good grunt call is indispensable. Whether a very experienced hunter or new to the game, knowing how to use a grunt call is an important skill.
Once the big buck has been bagged, they’re going to want to hang those antlers up on the wall. If your hunter is handy, get ‘em a DIY mount kit and those horns will be over the fireplace in no time.
Ready to get shopping for your hunter? Shop our entire selection of deer hunting tools today.