Today on the show we’re joined by Dr. Jim Brauker and we’re talking about extreme deer habitat improvements.
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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:
– The story of how Jim Brauker went from a member of the “if it’s brown it’s down” crowd to a serious whitetail manager
– What it means to create “extreme deer habitat”
– Advice for creating optimal habitat for deer, especially in high hunting pressure areas
– How to go about improving a timber stand for deer
– The best method for improving bedding inside timber
– Hinge cutting VS clear cutting VS selective harvest
– The proper way to hinge cut
– The importance of establishing “quality deer hunting” experiences
– Why doe movement is the most important
– How to create individual buck and doe beds
– Brauker’s approach to food plots and using them to establish hunting sites
– The greatest mistake hunters make
Show Notes, Resources, Links:
– For more information about Jim Brauker, his book, and his ideas visit ExtremeDeerHabitat.com
– See more of Dan’s adventures at TheNineFingerChronicles.com
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