Checking Things Out: Public Land In-Season Scouting Methods

Checking Things Out: Public Land In-Season Scouting Methods

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It’s already after Halloween and into the first wild week of November, the official unofficial kickoff to the whitetail rut around these parts. Work and family stuff have kept me plenty busy lately, but I’ve managed a few good public-land bowhunts in the central Wisconsin area during the past week. No arrows loosed yet, but I have seen quite a few does and fawns, a few small bucks, and watched a spike buck and a fork buck bed down and doze off within 50 yards of me on separate occasions and different properties. Very neat experiences. My dad was also able to fill an antlerless tag — from the ground without a blind — on one of the public-land parcels we hunted late…



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