Friday, January 8, 2010

PostHeaderIcon Scouting For Deer After The Season

Late Season Scouting For Deer

This time of year most hunters are content to sit home on the couch and watch some football.  Not me. 
Now is one of the best times to get out in the woods and do some post season scouting.

When it comes to deer hunting, people don't think about scouting after deer season, but they should!  Late season scouting can make a big difference between success and failure next season. 

With snow on the ground it's easy to see where the deer have been moving and bedding and there is no need to worry about spooking deer since the hunting season is 7 months away. 

It is a lot easier to see if rub lines are from this year as well as opposed to looking at old rub lines in the fall before they really start rutting.  Not to mention sheds.  What better way to tell if you have a big buck in your hunting grounds then find some sheds.

For more info on Post Season Deer Scouting Check Out Foremost Hunting

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