by Ben Kiemele
(Melville Sask Canada)
Get out there right after hunting season to checkout areas where you seen good bucks and deer activity, not only during November but during the summer, early fall. Look for sheds, rub, scrape lines, especially where you see lots of buck sign new and old.
Start making a plan for next year, by getting knowledge of good travel routes, bedding and feeding areas, potential stand sights based on those observations and prevailing wind directions.
Start looking for some of the bucks you seen in their summer ranges and I've been asking farmers that are in those areas what is being seeded this year giving you good idea of potential food sources.
Practice your shooting all summer and be prepared with a plan. good luck!!
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