Prepare Deer Hunting Food Plots

It’s that time again to plant those spring food plots for those big bucks. Now is the time to start getting ready because soon it will be time to go hunting. There are a lot of things you can do to get your property ready for planting those food plots. If you are like me someone who is serious about big bucks, I wanted to outline some of the things you need to do to start preparing and planting your deer hunting food plots. Here are a few things that you need to think about before you start. Plant Deer Hunting Food Plots 1. Deciding where you should plant A. When deciding where to plant choose places away from public roads and property lines. This should decrease the chances of poaching. B. Pick a site that will retain some moisture. C. Choose a location and a size and shape for … Continue reading

Food Plots Key Deer Hunting Success

Now that deer season is winding down and winter is upon us, food plots are more important than ever for the whitetail deer. Food Plots Are A Key Factor A great place on your deer hunting property to harvest late season big bucks is food plots. Learning the whitetails feeding habits can help you figure out where to set up to get a shot at one of the big bucks after the rut is over and food becomes critical for the deer to survive the harsh winter. I like to look for trails leading to and from food plots or crops and set up down wind of these trails. I like to get close to what I believe is the bedding area, but not too close that I let the deer know that I am there. That is why it is important to make sure the wind is in your … Continue reading

Food Plots Improve Property

Do you want to improve your food plots for deer hunting? If you lease or own your land there are some things that you can do to improve your deer hunting tremendously. Here is a list of 5 things you can do to improve your deer hunting property. Food Plots 1.Food Plots- In my book having food plots is the number one thing you can do to improve your hunting property for big bucks. Whitetails eat five to eight pounds of food every day for each one hundred pounds of body weight. Food plots provide quality nutrition at the times of year when the deer need it the most. During fawn bearing, antler growth, and winter when food is scarce. Providing good nutrition will improve the overall well being of your deer herd. 2.Control burn– Every year around February or March we control burn our hunting property. We plow fire … Continue reading