Harvest plots are a great way to get bucks and does moving during daylight on their way to a major food source. By using them correctly you can up you odds of success. In this episode we discuss a few different topics about harvest plots.
Oak trees are a valuable hunting and habitat management resource. By planting them on your property you can increase your hunting and habitat management success. In this episode we discuss how to grow your own oak trees from acorns.
Hunting pressure is a major factor when hunting public land. An easy way to tell how much hunting pressure a property has is to see how many cars are in the parking area. So, how many cars are to many? It depends. In this episode we discuss our take on this question.
Managing timber on your property, especially in the eastern United States is very important for creating wildlife habitat. In the episode we discuss some things to get you thinking about TSI on your property.
When hunting on public land not spooking bucks is very important. To do this you need to know what stands to hunt and when. On this episode we discuss how to find the predominant wind and how to think about wind direction on public land.
Many habitat managers and land owners have to deal with cattle on the property they manage or hunt. In this podcast we discuss some ways you can still implement habitat management activities on your property and what affect cattle have on habitat management activities.
Corn food plots are very popular in the food plotting world and are a good late season option. But there are lots of concerns when comes to planting corn food plots, especially how much nitrogen corn plots use.
Planting a "Poor Man's Plot" has become very popular in the habitat management world and can be a great way for someone on a budget or short on time to benefit their deer herd and help their hunting. In this episode we discuss some things you should consider before you start a plot yourself.
When it comes to whitetail habitat management many see food plots as a common solution to their problems. But can you have too many food plots. In this episode we discuss how you can tell if more food plots are needed on your property or if you should spend your money on another type of habitat improvement.
Dealing with other hunters on public land is a constant battle. In this episode we discuss how we deal with other hunters on public land and give you tips on ways that you can deal with other hunters when you hunt public land.
It is easy to see what deer you have on your property if you hunt private land, but it is a more difficult if you hunt public land. In this episode we discuss some ways you can take inventory of the bucks on the public land you are hunting.
When hunting public land whitetails using aerial maps is a great way to narrow down potential stand locations. But sometimes it is tough to know how to narrow these locations down. In this episode we discuss some ways to help you do that.
Being successful on public land means doing nearly everything perfectly. Alerting deer while entering or exiting your stand can mean a season of frustration. In this episode we discuss how we access our tree stands on public land and some things you should think about when hunting public land.