Creating Food Plots
When it comes to improving food plots and property, it all starts with planning, and in this video Steve Bartylla focuses on planning sidewalk creations.
Even if it’s early spring and still snowing out, there are things you can do to prep your property for the next hunting season.
You may not be able to place your food plot in an ideal location, so think big and create an ideal location from scratch.
Creating the perfect deer plot is easier then most people make it out to be, but it all comes down to following some very specific steps.
To create a dynamic, effective food plot to draw in deer season after season, you need to start with a plan.
In this episode of Deer and Deer Hunting, we show you the basics of building your own food plot, with practical tips from professional hunters and land managers.
Edge feathering is a great way to create an ideal whitetail habitat and funnel deer activity to flow right into yuor kill zone.
Before you go into the woods to begin your improvement plan, take Steve’s advice and map your plan out step by step to maximize every ounce of energy you put into your property.
Successful hunters plan ahead, and in this episode of Deer Talk Now, the crew shares the best tips for planning your deer hunting season.
How are you preparing your property with food plots? How can you make the most out of your plot? Which food combinations work best? This episode covers all the basics of successful food plotting, and much more. Deer & Deer Hunting also travels to Kentucky for some spectacular bowhunting.