Your hunting season success is determined by these key factors.
Hunting can be a hobby, but for many, it’s a lifestyle. Some people train for marathons, and others make and plan hunting honey holes. Your hunting season’s success and goals need thought and action just like any other goal.
Take a look at these key factors to scheming up a perfect hunting season.
1. Set a budget.
Hunting can be expensive. Whether you’re planning a hunting trip, or planning to renew a hunting lease, setting a budget to save money year-round can be key to accomplishing your goals.
2. Decide where to put your efforts.
Many hunters are interested in more than one hunting type. Deciding when and where to budget precious fall days could be key. Make sure you get the most out of October and November to feel like you get your hunting fix for the season.
3. Reflect on last year.
Learning from previous seasons can provide tremendous value. Personally, I didn’t have enough stands set to really make my time off count. This summer, I’m taking my preparation for the rut to the next level.
4. Make a list.
Jot down some specific things you’d like to accomplish this upcoming season. It could include creating another food plot, taking a friend hunting, filling the freezer, or spending at least four weekends in a stand or duck blind. Writing a list will help you picture what exactly you’d like to do for the upcoming season.
These four ideas will help you framework an excited and goal-driven hunting season this year. Take the extra time to make this hunting season great.