Food Plot Strategies
Food plots for deer don't end at the top of the soil. Beneath the surface can be loads of nutrition, as Deer & Deer Hunting's Dan Schmidt explains.
Hunting a honey hole is a joy, but creating one is a mix of effort and planning—mostly planning.
We examine what it takes to effectively manage your property to create a thriving landscape for hunting the biggest and best deer possible
What do you need to do in order to create a whitetail utopia on your property? This video will guide you toward creating a successful season year after year.
In this episode of Destination Whitetail, we visit a landowner who continually develops his land year-round with the goal of creating the perfect landscape for hunting. We can learn a lot from that, along with advice from other land managers whose job it is to create and predict deer movements—which might be the hardest job in the outdoors. This video is chock full of tips to help you understand deer behavior and manage your land accordingly.
You might be excited about your successful food plot, but as Steve Bartylla explains in this video, you can always take things a step further by accessorizing your food plot. For example, how dynamic is your water source, and how close is it to your food plot? This video highlights all the top tips you need to know to keep those big bucks busy on your food plot.
Habitat managers focus on spring, summer, and fall, but we can’t forget winter. Winter is when you can get a majority of the food plot and land management work done.
Your food plot may have failed, but you can salvage that plot by using the easy tips in this video.
Other food sources can be a significant drag on your own plot, and this video explains why a sanctuary plot is ideal.