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Scouting Big Woods Whitetail Bucks - Part I with Beau Martonik
Whitetail deer are the most popular big game animal to hunt in North America. Lifelong hunter and outdoorsman Beau Martonik walks you through his tried-and-true steps of finding and scouting bucks in these highly pressured, big woods environments. The skills he will teach you can be applied to other areas, such as farm country, and will bring you years of success of finding the buck you want to pursue.
Ch. 2 - Five Ways To Be a Better Whitetail Deer Hunter
We can overcomplicate things and get paralysis by analysis when it comes to hunting, but Beau has identified 5 things that will help make you a better deer hunter. Research, Scouting, Planning & Preparation, Practice, and Execution.
Beau goes into scouting methods that you can do from the comfort of your home that will make you more efficient in the woods. Understanding the key terrain and vegetation features will begin to give you the foundations to your scouting plan.
In this chapter, Beau goes into the details of choosing a specific area, identifying pressure areas, marking key terrain and vegetation features, historical wind data, wind mapping, building out your scouting plans, and much more.
Beau identifies key sign and what you need to be looking for in the bgi woods. Not all sign looks the same depending on where you are geographically. Learning to identify the key rubs, scrapes, and bedding areas will help you be more consistent across the country.
Ch. 6 - Identifying Key Food Sources For Whitetail Deer
One of the biggest differences between hunting farm country and big woods deer is the food. There are many quality food sources in big timbered areas, but require different tactics to identify them, and how they play an integral part in a deer’s diet.
You could be wasting your time sitting in a tree if you aren’t in the right place for the time of year. Your off-season scouting is meant to get you in the game, but scouting during the season will get you in the red zone.