Joey Rott's  Field Journal
Bio:

Joey Rott is a Kansas native who has a passion that evolves around bowhunting whitetail deer.  He started bowhunting in early gradeschool and has been addicted ever since.  But he also enjoys hunting with different types of weapons as well. 

Hunting keeps him busy throughout all 4 seasons of the year.  In the spring you'll find him chasing gobblers, or finding shed antlers.  In the summer, he'll be preparing stands, setting up game monitoring cameras, and scouting velvet bucks.  And in the fall and winter, he'll be hunting every chance available, whether it's chasing the elusive whitetail, or controlling the predator population.



2010 Turkey Success -06/15/2010
With the month of April coming to a close, and still with 2 unused turkey tags in my pocket, I knew I had to stay more persistent in my hunting.   My old faithful turkey hunting spot still had ...
Looking Back on the IL Deer Classic -04/20/2010
After exhibiting at a local outdoor show in Wichita, Casi & I worked hard to prepare for the next one.  And once Thursday at 5 hit, we took off from Kansas and headed towards ...
Turkey Season 2009 Recap -06/01/2009
With most Spring Turkey Seasons winding down to a close, I wanted to Recap on some great success stories.   I have been personally waiting to post a journal until Casi & I took our birds, b ...
The Milo 10 -11/13/2008
On October 18th, Casi and I decided to hunt the edge of a milo field that we have been seeing a few bucks in, throughout the summer.   The deer seemed to be on a fairly consistent pattern, in ...
The Canadian Adventure -10/16/2008
We just got back from Canada over the weekend, visiting & hunting with our good friends Dan & Jill Schafer.   My wife Casi & I have had this trip planned now for close to a yea ...
Capturing the Whitetail Addiction -10/15/2008
With deer season finally underway, I’m amazed as to how fast the summer has gone.   It seems like only a few weeks ago that I took the game cameras out of the woods in preparation of Spring. & ...
Create Your Own Hunting Spot -05/22/2008
With Spring in full swing… so is the my wildlife habitat project. Last year, my wife and I purchased a small piece of ground. Like many of us, our dream was to someday own some acreage that will guar ...
Tough but Exciting Ending to Season -01/04/2008
The title sums up my late season pretty well. Even with the nasty winter storms that hit Kansas in December, the deer sightings were still pretty high during the calm days. Several inches of ice, mix ...
Rocking in Kansas! -11/16/2007
First of all, I’d have to say that this year, by far, has been the hardest year for Casi and I to find the time to hunt. In the past couple of months, our lives have been a fast-paced whirlwind. Casi ...
A BIG Start to Rut Junkie Deer Season -10/16/2007
With the 2007 Deer Seasons underway, the Rut Junkie Crew has been busy in the field hunting every available chance. Many of you already know Rut Junkie Team Member Dan Schafer, who goes by the user s ...
In Season: Outdoor Shows -09/17/2007
It's that time of the year for Outdoor Shows, and what a crazy weekend for the Iowa Whitetail Classic, in Des Moines Iowa .   The biggest challenge that most attendees faced was ...
Rut Junkie 2007 Season Kicks Off! -09/14/2007
This past weekend Casi and I traveled out of state to beautiful South Dakota, on a 'Do-It-Yourself' archery antelope hunt. This was our first time to hunt in South Dakota, and our first tim ...
In Search Of a 200 Inch Buck -09/10/2007
For the past 2 months I have been anxiously waiting to shed antler hunt for a particular deer I named "Stickers". "Stickers" is a monster buck that I have been tracking since before the Kansas season ...
The GPS Advantage - Part 1 -09/10/2007
It was 8:30 PM, November the 2 nd , and we're waiting on a lonesome dirt road for my hunting buddies, who were supposed to pick us up an hour ago.   We were a group of 4, and had split up in th ...
Finding Unlikely Whitetail Hotspots -09/10/2007
One of the biggest challenges a hunter faces today is finding a good place to hunt. Many of the hunting areas we used to hunt for many years are now being leased or sold. The hunting competition seem ...
Post Season Scouting -01/30/2007
Season is over, but I’m still hitting the woods as much as I can. Right now is the best time to get out and check the deer scrapes, rubs, and trails. Since you don’t have to worry about spooking deer ...
Making Every Hunt a Success -12/06/2006
Hunting season has been busy! Even though I have already harvested my buck, I’ve still been out in the field with other people. With rifle season opening last week, my wife and I had good expectat ...
Arrowed My Biggest Buck Ever! -10/25/2006
Like many hunters, I’m a “Weekend Warrior”. I normally don’t have the time to hunt unless it’s Saturday or Sunday.  So once hunting season rolls around, I’m living for the weekends.  L ...
Kansas Deer Forecast 2006 -10/02/2006
Archery Deer Season has just opened.   I decided to take the weekend off though, to stay home to get things done around the house.   I’ve been gone for the past 6 weekends and figure that ...
Giant Mule Deer Down! -09/29/2006
What could be better than hunting after a Giant Whitetail?   How about the chance to hunt a Giant Mulie!   Recently my friend, Dave Krien, sent me these photos of his 2006 ...

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