Today we discuss private land management strategies for doe hunting. Which does should you shoot? How many does should you take off the landscape?
Which does should you shoot? How many does should you take off the landscape? The guys answer these questions and more. This is Part 2 of 3 of a deer camp conversation between DDH contributor Steve Bartylla and Editor Daniel E. Schmidt. Deer Talk Now. Season 7. Episode 6. ______________________________________ Learn How to Improve Your Deer Hunting Land From creating more cover to adding the right forage to getting whitetails to move to desired areas, veteran land manager and host of Grow ’em Big, Steve Bartylla, leaves no stone unturned when it comes to deer management and habitat improvement. Perhaps best of all the concepts Bartylla covers in this vividly illustrated resource can be applied to any property size – from 10 to 1,000 acres. Features include: • Proven deer and habitat management tactics to attract mature bucks • In-depth examination of white-tailed deer behavior • Clear plans of action to initiate habitat- and deer-management strategies Available now at ShopDeerHunting.com
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