What size food plot is the best and what should you plant to get the best attraction
The difference between clover and alfalfa and which one is better for your food plot.
Creeks are the best terrain features you have in the Midwest to get to and from your stand locations undetected.
When you place your stand right on a food source you are going to have a hard time getting away clean at the end of legal shooting time.
Placing your stand at the right height is a compromise between shot angle and remaining undetected.
Deer bed close to their feeding areas when it gets bitter cold. This should affect the way you hunt these areas.
Early season hunting is all about food. You have to hunt the food sources to be successful, but which ones and how should you hunt them?
Ditches are easy to find in most Midwest hunting areas and they are a great place to start when looking for the best stand locations. Ditch crossings are consistent hotspots.
You can't just climb down from your tree stand on the edge of a food plot at the end of legal shooting time with deer nearby. You will reduce your chances for success in the future. Here are some tips to reduce your impact.
When mounting your buck, you will have many options. These tips will help you select the best form.