croz2173 wrote:I have had to do it and it can actually be quite fun. Everthing you see is new, and the old principal of hunting the hot sign still applies. If you dont have any stands up maybe try some hunting from the ground, which can be very exciting. Good luck to you!
kellory wrote:You will do fine. Most hunts on public lands have at most, scouting the evening before. Some hunts are completely cold. Some are successful, others are not, but even an unsuccessful hunt is scouting for the next one. I simply can not afford to get boots on the ground as often as I would like.
However, lack of time and money doesn't mean it must be a cold hunt. There are sat photos, Google earth, notes from other hunts, the local draw of food, water, bedding, and what you know about deer behavior that go on. Add that to your o observations when you get on site. You should have a pretty good ideas of where to look by then.
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