How many does should you shoot? The deer habitat and preferred browse species leave clues that will help you develop a doe management plan. Steve explains the basic formula based on years of proven experience.
Get the maximum success from your food plots for deer by planning out every detail before you ever break ground. Safe wind directions, entry and exit routes, cover and more all need to be considered when building the best food plot locations.
Now that you have your trees in the ground, be sure to give them proper care so you protect your investment and get the most of the trees when harvest time comes. Remember, deer love soft mast, and you can easily provide it by planting your own "fruit-plot" orchards.
No matter the region, winter is an extremely stressful time for whitetails — even in the South. But while most of us think of January or February as being the most difficult months for deer — March is often the most stressful time of year.
Shooting lanes are essential. How you go about creating them is just as important as the openings you create. Do it wrong and it might cost you.
Want bigger bucks now? This three-step plan from Auburn University Deer Lab sheds light on the best ways to maximize food availability and keep costs low.
It's disappointing to put in time, money and effort and then see your food plot founder. Here's how to avoid common food plot mistakes right from the start.
While you can’t control what happens on the neighbor’s side of the property fence, you might be able to use his hunting methods to your advantage.
To reap the rewards a hunting food plot can provide, it’s important to consider the elements that make these plots work in all seasons.