Archive for food plot

Dealing with the October Lull

I haven’t been hunting, but I got to thinking about where I would go if I did hunt. Some people hunt every weekend regardless of the time frame. If the season is open they are hunting. This, as I have stated a few times in the episodes, can do more harm than good at times. If you are leaving scent and intruding into your good areas at times when the bucks aren’t moving during daylight, you are taking the risk of educating them with very little hope for a reward. Okay, we get that, but where would I actually hunt?

October 12, 2011

Whitetail Season: October Lull Tips

Bill Winke gives his tips for dealing with the “October lull."

October 11, 2011

Miniature Food Plot Strategies

Attractive food sources will really improve the quality of your whitetail hunting; the better the food, the more they glue themselves to it.

July 20, 2011

Action Back Feeder/Seeder

Spread seed or feed wherever you need with The Action Back Original Pack Feeder/Seeder by Compass Game Works.

September 09, 2010

How to Make a Pheasant Habitat

Plenty's been written about whitetail food plots, but what's a guy with 40 acres who wants to groom it for pheasants supposed to do? It's a topic I consider frequently, because frankly I'd rather have upland game than big bucks on my property.

April 22, 2010

The Compass Points to Deer Foods

I learned a way to predict whitetail feeding patterns that I'm convinced will help me kill better bucks.

June 11, 2009

Deer Nutrition Comes of Age

Ray Scott dreamed of growing big things from tiny clover seeds and two decades later, millions of acres are being planted for wildlife.

June 10, 2009

10 Ways to a Better Deer Spot

Turn so-so small properties into big-time “deer scapes” where the herds are healthier, the bucks bigger and the hunting just plain better.

June 02, 2009