Steve Beckwith - Maine Hunter

Friday, December 12, 2014

Using a new fallen snow to your advantage on rural or suburban public land!

Here's a tip about using a new fallen snow to your advantage when you can't track them without pushing them out of hunt-able areas like in a suburban hunt on public land! If the morning sit doesn't produce investigate a little in the open hardwoods and trails for late and early morning activity locate where they headed for bedding without pushing them out of their secure hiding place and use that knowledge for tomorrows early morning setup!
This knowledge not only works the next day, but can help you with that early morning setup next year too! Deer are creatures of habit, and follow ancestral instincts handed down from past survival methods in any woods this holds true on rural hunts as well! Many hunters find opportunity, where they have found it before! 

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