Today on the show we’re joined by Hal Blood of Northern Maine to discuss hunting and tracking big mature bucks in big woods settings. No matter where you hunt, the insight gained in this one can be applied and learned from in some form or fashion. Enjoy!
If you want to skip our intro banter (and awesome shed hunting updates) you can fast forward to about 21:00.
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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:
– The story of Dan’s best day of shed hunting ever
– The story of how I found my biggest shed ever
– Who is Hal Blood and how he got into hunting big woods bucks
– Why big woods hunting is a love/hate proposition
– What is “big woods”
– What does a big woods tracker do in the off-season and how to scout or big woods bucks
– How to track deer without snow
– How to determine how big a buck is by his track
– How to determine how recently a track was made
– What a day of tracking bucks looks like
– How to track deer in the snow
– When to move fast, when to slow down, how and when to glass
– How to find bucks in the big woods
– What makes for a good big woods hunter
-And much, much more!
Show notes, resources, links:
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