that would be fine if what tony said was the truth.the big bucks came after the season started i think thats a lie.and if thats true then qdm does not work.qdmers always start with a statement instead of facts then run with it if you guys could come up with facts that would be great.instead of what some guy said.
FWIW, I think some don't really grasp this and it's a good time to point it out.
Tony holds his camps on the same property that he has killed (7) 150"+ bucks off of over the last few years. Now if you understand what's involved in his camps you'd understand that those bucks spend a very few month out of the year on his property. Tony starts his bootcamps in February and runs them continually through the month of August. While at the camp, over a 2 day period, Tony will take you, and 2 dozen others, by the hand and cover every inch of his land. That includes his buck and doe bedding areas, foodplots, scrape lines, etc. If you think that those bucks will tolerate that kind of interference 7 months out of the year you would be incorrect. Simply put, the deer live elsewhere most of the year and head to his place when most guys are doing their "preseason scouting" in Sept./Oct. or when they're stinking up their woods with the boots they just pumped gas in or with the coat on that hung in the kitchen while they fried their bacon.
What Tony teaches is not rocket science and just about everyone I know hits themselves in the head, when Tony explains something to them, with a coment like "why didn't I think of that...it's so obvious!".
The author of the article made the statement that Tony was the best deer hunter you've never heard of, I think he's the best, save 1, that I've ever met, and he has the results to back it up.
If your not familiar with the Michigan deer hunting culture, the regs, and the pressure we put on our bucks, you can't get a full appreciation for what Tony accomplishes year in and year out...it's nothing short of a miracle and he's teaching it with stellar results.