Today on the show we’re joined by wildlife biologist Jeremy Flinn to discuss all sorts of advice for managing your hunting property, public land hunting and much more.

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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:

– What’s new with Dan and I so far this summer

– Who Jeremy Flinn is and what he’s done in relation to whitetails

– What Jeremy learned about aging bucks while completing his master’s degree in wildlife biology/management

– Advice for better aging deer on the hoof

– What you should be thinking about when starting to manage a new property for deer

– How Jeremy analyzed his new property and determined what was good about it, what needed work, and how to eventually improve it

– How to learn a new property to hunt it

– Should you make habitat improvements in year 1?

– Insight into how Bill Winke uses food plots to improve his hunting property

– The biggest food plot mistakes people make

– Are man made water holes needed?

– How to understand your deer population and do you need to conduct trail camera surveys?

– Why the southern rut is different than the north

– Most important things to consider when hunting small private properties

– Advice for hunting public land

– And much, much more!

Show notes, resources, links:

– Fore more from Jeremy Flin, visit, his Outdoor Channel blog or Stone Road Media

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