Spring Scouting 2014

Spring Scouting 2014

Dead Deer

Dead deer were abundant in Northern Wisconsin after the harsh winter and the author found many while spring scouting.

Sheds, beds, and deads were the top things on my mind going into my spring scouting season. I knew the winter in Northern Wisconsin was a very tough one and I had a feeling that I would find more dead deer than normal. I also wanted to focus on finding core bedding areas of some of the deer i have been hunting. Sheds are always an added bonus and I love finding them but on this trip I was unsuccessful. Continue Reading

First Trail Camera Pull of the Year

First Trail Camera Pull of the Year

Big Buck Trail Cam

The First Trail camera pull of the year lets you know hunting season is getting closer

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. Continue Reading

Set Trail Cameras Without Busting Your Season

How to Set Summer Scouting Camera Sets

Velvet Buck Trail Camera

Scout better with these scouting camera tips

Deer season is fast approaching and if you haven’t already pinned down those bucks that you’re after, I’m sure that you’ve put out cameras for them. Trail or scouting cameras have made scouting easier and quicker than ever before, but they’ve also let hunters become lazy and can blow your season. Big bucks don’t tolerate pressure, so make sure that you set your cameras the right way so that you don’t bust your season. Continue Reading