From improving bedding areas to logging time behind a spotting scope, you should set aside time for summer hunt prep before the fall season.
Virtually every commercial product available for your summer food plots has adequate nutrition. Some, however, have higher levels of protein than others.
Among mast-bearing trees, planting food plots with chestnut trees is an excellent choice. Studies have shown that chestnuts are nutritionally superior to acorns making it an attractive lure for deer and other game animals.
How many times have you made the call of shame to ask your buddy to bring the chain? This isn’t a rare occurrence for hunters putting in food plots this spring. Here are ways to avoid that moment and tips to get unstuck if you don’t.
As you’re planning this year’s food plots for deer, consider the pros and cons of annuals versus perennials.