If you have a hit list buck on camera and you are trying to get a shot at him before the rut. Here are some things to remember when trying to bring him into range early in the season.
• Scouting and preparation are the keys to finding a great early season spot. Scouting can play a big role in how well your early season goes. Using trail cameras and spending time driving around and using binoculars to check fields before dark are a great tactic for scouting right before season. Being able to pattern a bucks activity in early season will make your time easier in the fall when you know where the deer are moving and what sources they are using frequently.
• Water. Early season tends to be warm and thirsty deer will travel to creeks, small ponds, and natural springs more frequently during this part of…
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