By Lamar Underwood, Nate Matthews
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When the pressure starts dropping, head to the edges of crop fields and alfalfa meadows, or to stands of mature oak where the ground is covered with acorns. As the front gets closer, start hunting from stands set up along trails that lead from these food sources to heavy cover where you know deer go to hunker down during nasty weather. 26. Flush Big Bucks from beneath Downed Trees When still-hunting through mature forest during hot weather, keep your eyes peeled for large trees that have been uprooted recently by storms.
If you can hunt where another hunter has already bagged a big buck, do it! 4. See More Deer by Scanning an Area Twice Immediately after stopping at a vantage point, allow your eyes to relax and move them slowly back and forth over the surrounding terrain without focusing on any specific feature. Relaxed eyes automatically focus on any movement within their field of vision. If no deer are moving in your immediate vicinity, shift to a tightly focused analysis of every piece of cover you can see. Peer into the shadows, looking for pieces of deer—bits of antler, the curve of an ear, or the horizontal line of a back.
Blood Drops: It’s Direction that Counts When a blood trail begins to peter out, mark the locations of blood drops—however sparse—as you find them. Eventually, the tape will point to the general direction the wounded critter is heading, useful information when the blood stops. 7. Don’t Use Too Much Freshly Collected Scent If you plan to use scent collected from the glands of a freshly-killed deer, make sure to use less of it than you would of the bottled stuff. The fresh gland scent will be much more potent than what you can buy commercially.
1001 Hunting Tips by Lamar Underwood, Nate Matthews