By Mark Kenyon

It’s been a busy week here at Wired To Hunt, with the launch of Whitetail Q&A, and it’s only going to get busier this weekend. Why? Well, I’ve finally got rain in the forecast, so as soon as I finish publishing this article I have to run off to my hunting property and frantically try and get about 3 acres of seed and fertilizer in the ground, and then of course, pray that the rain actually arrives. Wish me luck.

While I’m off doing that, I’d encourage you to take advantage of our weekly round-up of the best deer hunting blog posts that you can see below. There’s some great info this week. So enjoy, get some whitetail work done this weekend, and stay wired to hunt!

Are There Better Moons for Hunting Whitetail? – Whitetail Experience: Bob Humphrey’s take on whether or not the moon impacts whitetail movements.

Video Tip: Try This Food-Plot Fix – Whitetail 365: Food plots suffering? Try this.

How to Pattern a Giant Early-Season Buck – Outdoor Life: More great advice from Bob Humphreys, this time on early season hunts.

Easy Mock Scrape Recipe – Whitetail Habitat Solutions: There are lots of great uses for mock scrapes, and in this article Jeff Sturgis shows how he makes his.

Seven Things to Know About Buck Rubs – Big Buck Zone: Some interesting insight into buck rubs.

5 Moves to Make Your Property Ready for Opening Day – Solid advice for prepping a property for opening day (although much of this should have been done months ago!)

4 Ways to Make the Most of Early Fall Scrapes – OutdoorHub: More on early season scrapes, this time from Bernie Barringer.

Proper Preparations for New Preseason Stand Locations – ScentLok blog: Great tips fro John Eberhart on prepping stands preseason.

5 Food Plots for Procrastinators – Some helpful fall food plot info.

5 November Deer Rut Priorities For Small Parcels – Whitetail Habitat Solutions: What does your property need for success in November? Learn here.