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Hidey-Hole Whitetail Food Plots
Closing the distance on a mature buck is more art than science. Throughout the off-season, hunters like us are continually challenging ourselves to think of new techniques or improve on old ones. One technique we are continually tweaking is the creation of “hidey-holes.” Hidey-holes are miniature food plots designed to light up a buck’s taste buds while drawing him in for a close shot. Hidey-holes are a great tool for bowhunting. So, follow along as we explain the why, where, when and how to make them work for you…Read More at Bowhuntingmag.com