I am hunting in Geneva and Elba, Alabama. I am seeking advise on getting some food plots going that will not only provide the deer with the nutrition needed but the attractant properties as well. Most of the property in both areas are pine with some mixture of oaks and good underbrush. Some swampy areas exist on one of the properties and a river borders the other property. What is the norm for a spring plot? I will have soil tested and all the good stuff. Do I restrict seed to just open food plots or will I have success seeding in the swampy bottoms? I also understand that deer are deer and they will do what they want. I want to keep deer interested in the areas we hunt so any advise would be greatly appreciated.
Coffee County, Alabama
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