Whitetail Pictures Addicting

It is so much fun keeping up with the big bucks that I have gotten whitetail pictures of this year. All year I have been getting a lot of whitetail pictures. Whitetail Pictures I got a ton of whitetail pictures this year, this is a buck we named Fat Albert. It will be interesting to see what he looks like next year if we are lucky enough to have him hang around. I can’t wait to see what this big whitetail looks like next year. He is one of my favorite bucks that I got photos of just because he was so fat(we named him “Fat Albert”) and has a freak nasty rack with lots of character. I’m not so sure I would have shot him because he wouldn’t have scored that well but he has been fun to watch all year long and I hope he sticks around for … Continue reading

Whitetails Late Season Food Sources

I grew up deer hunting whitetails in Georgia and we didn’t get much snow and I never got to hunt in it. Well I moved to Kansas and all that changed. The snow has arrived here in Kansas and it got me thinking about the whitetails and how they survive the tough winter conditions. Whitetails   The bucks have to gain the weight they lost during the rut and the does that are pregnant must feed two. I think that’s why it is important to have a herd that is within the carrying capacity of the land, to make sure there is enough food for them to survive and be healthy. And the way to have a herd within the carrying capacity is to balance the herd with a 1 buck to 1 doe ratio being ideal. If you have more does than bucks all the does won’t be bred … Continue reading

Rut Over Whitetails Feeding

Now is the time to focus on the food sources with most of the does being bred in November and most whitetails past the peak of the rut. Whitetails Feeding After Rut There will still be some does come into estrous that did not get bred earlier in the rut, but it will be sporadic and harder to pin-point than the peak rut. And with winter settling in the whitetails need to consume a lot of food to help them get through the winter. The bucks need to regain weight lost during the last month or so and the does are pregnant and need to consume enough food to feed two. So if you have food plots where you hunt that is the place to find whitetails. Especially this time of year when the hard frosts that have happened across much of the country have killed most of the green … Continue reading

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