Mineral Lick Sites Trail Cameras

Well I got out this past weekend and put out some mineral lick sites and put fresh batteries in my trail cameras and checked my sd cards in my trail cameras. I had a lot of good pictures of several bucks starting to grow their antlers. Mineral lick Sites Now is a great time to put out those mineral lick sites for the whitetails. A friend of mine sent me a good inexpensive recipe for mineral lick sites I wanted to share with you. I put some out a while back and the deer are really loving it. The recipe makes about 200 pounds for around $50. You can pick up the ingredients at most local feed stores. Here’s the recipe: 1 50lb bag of Di-calcium phosphate 1 50lb bag of stock salt 2 50lb bags of trace mineral Mix 12lbs of trace mineral, 6 lbs of stock salt and … Continue reading

Pre Season Chores

You reap what you sow, that’s how the saying goes right? Well I’m planning on getting some pre season chores done early this year so hopefully I’ll reap the benefits of some hard work when it comes time to go deer hunting. Hopefully this will be the season I finally get that Pope & Young whitetail. Get Pre Season Chores Done I have got to trim a lot of shooting lanes and hang several stands. I moved a ladder stand after this past season and I went to check it out the other day and man have I got some lane trimming to do. I want to get it done early this year.  I would rather do it now than to have to do it right before or during the season. I just think the more commotion there is in the woods close to the season the less likely those … Continue reading

Plant Deer Hunting Food Plots

It’s time to plant  hunting food plots. It is about that time to get your spring and summer food plots planted on your deer hunting property. I have heard of some people who have already planted and others who have gotten their sites ready and are just waiting for the right time to put the seed in the ground. Their is still some cold weather here in the mid-west and it might not be a bad idea to wait a little while to put the seed in the ground. Hunting Food Plots If you plant to early and we get several days of cold or wet weather or both it could affect the seeds and you might not get as thick of food  plot as you would if you wait until the cold weather is gone. It is a fine line though because you don’t want to plant to early … Continue reading