These late summer and early fall deer scouting tips are something to consider to not burnout your property.
We are getting into the dog days and these late summer and early fall deer scouting tips may make you think twice about your tactics.
That is some sound advice on scouting on your deer property or on public land. In the past, I think I made the mistake of venturing to frequently on my deer hunting areas. One reason was low quality game cameras where I constantly had to change batteries; proving it pays to get quality.
Late summer you might want to back off a bit and do more scouting via optics and sign location and stay out of the deeper bedding and travel routes. You want to avoid making those big bucks anymore nocturnal than they already will be come the opener.
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