First Trail Camera Pull of the Year
This may be a little late for most of you across the country, and maybe even outside of it, but is there anything better than that first trail camera pull of the year? We all work so hard to make sure that we’ve done our scouting, hanging tree-stands, planting food plots and more all to await hunting season. For me, in Wisconsin, Bow hunting for white-tails begins on September 14 and I put my cameras out the first week in July. I anticipate this time greatly and get very excited for that first camera pull. To me, except for shooting a big buck, there’s not much better than seeing some antlers on camera to hunt that year.
Some people never let their cameras come in, but I just can’t seem to get excited after the horns come off. I love taking the camera card out of the camera for the first time in the summer heat and seeing what I’ve got for antlers in the field. I get excited for the season and this feeling is only surpassed by those cool, crisp fall days.
What lets you know when hunting season is right around the corner? What gets you excited for the fall season? How do you prepare for those first big bucks of the fall?