A Tennessee deer hunter has a property he's looking to improve for better deer hunting. Grant meets with him to review the property and share tips and ideas for improving the habitat. This video starts with Grant sharing basic tools of using a map to track the land that has been scouted for deer sign and habitat features.
Habitats & Food Plots
Equip your ATV with implements that allow you to create food plots
By Mat Brost
Planting fall food plots doesn’t just entice bucks by offering them succulent forage. It also draws in does, offering the double attraction of food and females. But what plants will offer the most appeal to whitetails from October bow hunts all the way through January’s late rifle and muzzleloader seasons? Find out here.
Attract and Grow Trophy Big Game
In today’s sportsman’s marketplace of ideas and innovative technology, the concept of growing and creating trophy game and lunker fish is no longer a fantasy. If you buy and set up a game feeder — they will come!
From GrowingDeer.tv: You can have better Deer Hunting by improving native vegetation! No food plots? No problem! Here's an in-depth look at TSI targeting Sassafras and ideas on how to open up the forest floor for native grasses and forbes. Then the first in a series of tips to get bow hunters tuned up for deer season. Plus, sharing a key hunting strategy for a property in Kentucky.
From GrowingDeer.tv:Team is creating a beautiful savanna for deer hunting with step by step "how to" on selecting timber for TSI. (0:00:01 - 0:10:22) Then see the first steps of our strategy to tag one of the top hit list bucks on The Proving Grounds. (0:10:23 - 0:13:59) Finally, solving the mystery of a dead fawn. (0:14:00 - 0:17:08).
From GrowingDeer.tv: Food plots are a strategic tool for deer hunting. In this video we're following up on food plot projects showing what's working (and not working). Check out Daniel's hunt for a pesky plot predator: a groundhog!
From GrowingDeer.tv : a "how to" video for designing a new or expanding an old food plot in timber: How to select trees; How to decide borders; How to mark timber; Which trees should be saved; Which trees have value. Watch for the three primary considerations for food plot design: how to approach, hunt, and exit the food plot. Stay tuned to the end for new tips on trail camera placement for pre-season scouting.