Today on the show we’re celebrating our 100th episode of the podcast by bringing on an expert panel of guests to discuss some of the deer hunting world’s most debated questions! Joining us is Bill Winke, Dr. Grant Woods and Lee Lakosky. Also, be sure to stay tuned all the way to the end to find out how to win some great prizes from our partners!

(Note: Quick apology for some audio interference on this interview due to poor cell phone service from some of our guests)

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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:

– Is the October Lull fact or fiction?

– Does the moon influence deer movement?

– What’s the single best food plot option?

– Are scrapes worth hunting?

– Is fresh sign all that important?

– How can you keep mature bucks on your property?

– What’s the single best week of the season to hunt?

– Are sanctuaries worthwhile?

– How do mature bucks use the wind?

– And much, much more!

Show notes, resources, links:

– For more from Bill Winke, visit MidwestWhitetail.com

– For more from Dr. Grant Woods visit GrowingDeer.tv

– For more from Lee Lakosky, visit TheCrush.tv

– Also, be sure to listen to our previous podcast episodes with these guests:

Ep #7 w/Lee & Tiffany Lakosky  –   Ep #16 w/Bill Winke  –  Ep #43 w/Dr. Grant Woods

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