Hunting Moose with Bow in Alberta Part 2


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Why You Shouldn’t Deer Hunt On Food Plots


Should you ever hunt deer on a food plot? Of course! Should you always hunt deer on a food plot? Absolutely not! Deer hunting on a food plot is the best way to destroy your hunt if you do not manage the level of attraction of the food plot. When you attract a large number of deer to your land because of food plots only to educate those deer that you are actually hunting the food plot, then your season can quickly turn from hope to certain failure. Here are 6 reasons to NOT hunt a food plot while at the same time strategies for WHY you should still plant food plots.

The Sign Method of Deer Hunting — Deer Tracks — Part 2


Doc is famous for teaching whitetail deer hunters how to find, measure and use sign to hunt big bucks. Signs can include: tracks, droppings, beds, antler rubs, ground scrapes and many other details. Doc is continuing going into the nitty gritty of his teachings. In this video, Doc continues his series on the Sign Method of Hunting Whitetails by covering how to read tracks. This includes: walking deer, feeding deer, bounding deer, trotting deer, cantering deer and much more. He started this over 30 years ago in the 4th Edition of his Whitetail Hunter’s Almanac.

Come along and join Doc in another great deer hunting seminar.