I got this trail camera picture of a very nice buck standing in the edge of a huge soybean field.
Today I went down to the soybean field and checked my trail camera. I had some really good shots of a couple of nice big bucks. I have the trail camera set up about ten yards from where Ill be deer hunting.
This deer in velvet is standing about 10 yards from where I’ll be deer hunting in the edge of a soybean field.
There are several good trails leading to the soybean field from the hardwoods that come down to the field. I have already got a tree picked out to put my new ladder stand in. The big bucks are really using the back corner of this field quite a bit.
It will be time to go deer hunting before you know it, do you have your trail camera out yet? I put out my new Moultrie Game Cam in a great spot and can’t wait to see some of the pictures it takes it is supposed to be a really nice trail camera.Those big bucks are growing their antlers at a rapid pace this time of year, and now is a great time to get some pictures of them as they develop. It is almost time to plant those cool season food plots for your deer hunting property. Now is a great time to prepare the soil for your fall planting. And it’s a great time to mow perennial food plots to control weeds as needed.
The big bucks like this one are growing their antlers at a rapid pace this time of year.
It’s a great time to get those muzzle loaders and rifles sighted in and cleaned and ready for the season. Don’t wait until the last minute you will be glad you did it sooner than later. Also if you bow hunt it’s time to get that bow out and tuned up and ready to go. I have been shooting quite a bit and I can’t wait to get after those whitetails. From the looks of these pictures it could be a very interesting season.
Now is a great time to make your deer hunting checklist.
Are you serious about deer hunting? If so now is a great time to start getting your deer hunting checklist together. So you will be ready for the big bucks.
Deer Hunting Checklist
If you are looking for a trail camera the Sportsman’s Guide has some good prices.
I am needing a few things for next season and I can get them on sale during the summer rather than waiting right before the season opens and paying full price. I am looking to get a lock on with some steps and a new ladder stand as well as a trail camera. The first thing I am looking to get is a new trail camera. The one that I have is okay but I want a newer one that takes better quality pictures. I would like to have one that you could check from your home computer, now that would be nice but they are to expensive for me. I am looking for an infrared that has video capabilities. There are so many different ones to choose from.I am hoping to find a trail camera at a discount price and have already started looking. The Sportsman’s Guide is always sending me emails on the sales they are having and they have got some great prices. It will be time to go hunting before you know it so get your equipment checklist together and start looking for those deals and be prepared when the season rolls around.
I have gotten my bow out and started practicing maybe this will be the year I finally get that Pope and Young buck. I noticed some of the corn has already been planted here in Kansas ans is already coming up. I am so pumped up about getting after these big bucks in Kansas this year. I have been seeing a lot of whitetails on my way to work in the morning. I have even seen a few big bucks that already are growing their antlers.
I found a cool website that I think you might like it is called WildCast.tv they have some great videos and a forum so check it.
I recently heard about a new Moultrie camera from a friend, it is an awesome new deer hunting trail camera.Do you use game cameras to help you pattern your whitetails? A friend of mine told me about the new Moultrie Game Spy.
Deer Hunting Trail Camera
A deer hunting trial camera can be a vary valuable tool to help you figure out big bucks patterns.
The new Moultrie Game Spy will be out around June and will be available for under $400. That sounds like a lot but with all that the new Moultrie Game Spy has to offer it’s not bad. With this trail camera you can put it out and then do everything from home without having to go back out in the field. How awesome is that? If you live a long way from your property it will save you a lot of time and trips to the property. With this you can get a Connect modem that lets you do everything from home. You go to their website to access your camera and it will tell you the time, date, baromic pressure, moon phases, temperature, GPS coordinates, status of camera, battery life. You can access the photos and edit them or share them with friends and much more. It also is no flash. This camera is really neat! You can learn more by going to their website at moultriegamemanagement.com. It is amazing the technology that is available these days. Cameras are a great tool to have if you are serious about whitetails.
Trail cameras help figuring out big bucks like this one’s patterns, and increase your odds of harvesting a trophy buck.
Do you use game cameras to help you scouting those big bucks? We have several on our property and they sure come in handy. They are a useful scouting tool and can help you pattern big bucks activities and help you figure him out. They can also help you monitor your property for tress passers. Cameras are just another tool to help you practice quality deer management and improve your odds of harvesting a mature trophy buck. And the technologies just keep getting better.