By Mark Kenyon
It’s been an exciting week over here at the Wired To Hunt HQ, as we launched the new 100% Wild Podcast and lined up plans for special 100th Episode of the Wired To Hunt Podcast, which will be launching next week! That said, to wrap things up, we do have our weekly round-up of the top deer hunting blog posts from across the web.
So take a look below, enjoy and have a great weekend!
One Food Plot, Three Crops – Outdoor Life: A somewhat unique take on a food plotting strategy.
The Facts and Truth About Culling Bucks – Deer & Deer Hunting: Does culling “inferior” deer actually accomplish the goals that most have? Learn all about the real deal behind culling and whether or not it even works.
He Spent $43,000 Shed Hunting? – North American Whitetail: Wow, this is one serious shed hunter.
How to Conduct a Spring Pellet Count – QDMA.com: A great way to assess your spring whitetail population.
Micro Managing Buck Movements – Whitetail Habitat Solutions: Jeff Sturgis’ ideas for better influencing how mature bucks use your property.
Why Bowhunters Should Mix Up their Targets to Shoot More Accurately – Outdoor Life: An important reminder of the importance of practicing with different archery targets.
Learn Public Deer Ground While Turkey Hunting – Antler Geeks: Turkey hunting can serve multiple purposes.
The Magic of Cooking in a Dutch Oven – Field & Stream: If you’ve never used a dutch oven to cook wild game, you’re missing out.