How To Use Trail Cameras For Scouting Deer

From I started using trail cameras during 1986 as part of the research on scrape behavior for my master’s degree. Way back then, trail cameras were ornery large boxes of attitude attached to a tree. Leap forward to today and my Reconyx cameras are non-stop scouting tools that are reliable, don’t spook bucks, and simply do what needs to be done. In this episode, I’ll share a few tips I’ve learned over the years about using trail cameras to scout.

Food Plots In A Hot Summer: Tools for Bigger Antlers

From We started off the week helping a friend in Kentucky pick the best locations for his tower stands and making sure his trail camera survey was off to a good start. Then we returned home and made some observations about the fertilizer and food plot management program during this drought. These observations probably explain why the bucks at The Proving Grounds are producing larger antlers than expected given the extremely harsh drought that is occurring here this year.

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