Welcome to WhitetailDNA.com. First of all, I sincerely want to thank you for stopping by to check out some of our content. My name is Alex Comstock and I am the founder here at WhitetailDNA. In this section of the website, you'll find out everything you need to know about what we stand for, and what this blog is all about. Once again, thank you, and I hope you find some useful information when visiting WhitetailDNA.com



WhitetailDNA is a deer hunting blog for people who simply think about whitetails nonstop. It's for the hunter that not only needs that whitetail itch scratched 365 days a year, but for the hunter that craves learning. If you never can get the whitetail deer off of your mind, and it seems as though they are in your system, this is the place to be. This blog will focus on everything to do with whitetails ranging from tactics to resources and videos to get that whitetail fix for the day. I'm always trying to look at things in new ways, and will continue to do so with this blog. As you follow along with me, I am going to be 100% authentic and real. I want you to be able to follow along with me as I experience the peaks and valleys that come with deer hunting, and we can learn together. When indulging WhitetailDNA, you'll get quality information not only through written articles, but through a variety of mediums. Be sure to connect with us on social media and subscribe to our monthly newsletter, and thanks for checking us out!


More About Alex Comstock

Alex Comstock is the founder of WhitetailDNA, and is a passionate deer hunter from Minnesota. He has had writing published in Quality Whitetails, Bowhunter Magazine and North American Whitetail Magazine, as well as contributed regularly for multiple websites online including the likes of Wired To Hunt and Legendary Whitetails. His goal is to gather information he has learned from experts and through his own experiences and pass them on to you. His greatest piece of advice is to learn something from every single hunt, and to enjoy your time spent in the field. 

A hunt based only on the trophies taken falls far short of what the ultimate goal should be.
— Fred Bear