Winter is over and it's time to get the boat back on the water. That also means putting the time, effort and elbow grease necessary to ensure the safest boating season possible.
In more than 30 years of turkey hunting, I’ve seen it happen hundreds of times. A hunter is working the turkey woods, walking and calling every so often to strike a gobble, when suddenly he hears one rocket back in reply. Sometimes the bird is closer than he expects and at that moment, I’ve seen hunters just dive for the nearest tree in a virtual panic, worried the tom was going to just bust right into sight.
The National Deer Association (NDA) recently shared in their recent blog post pre and post care routines for top maintaining top-quality food plots.
With most deer seasons now in the history books, a few places remain where hunters can still tag a buck or target some meat for the freezer.
Small pockets of water such as mill ponds and swamp openings can boast big-time duck action.
Want to avoid cold feet in the field? Don’t let them sweat.
Period of the rut, weather, moon phase, hunter pressure, deer numbers…yeah, they all have an impact on when deer will move and when should hunt, but some days universally will be better than others. You need to be out there on those days.
Match these setups to the terrain and conditions on your own property for your best chance at a giant-racked trophy this season.