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Surefire Food Plot Strategies For Hunting Hot Spots – Episode #394

Learn food plot strategies in GrowingDeer episode 394.

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Food plots are a multi-functional tool available for deer hunters. Designed and implemented appropriately, they serve to feed, attract and hold deer on a property. In this video we share the why, where and when of food plot design, stand placement and hunting strategies for the plot. Watch now by clicking HERE!

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Bloodsport R.O.C. and a mature buckShort Clip:

Does your arrow meet your expectations? Check out this video to see why the Bloodsport R.O.C. system creates an accurate and effective arrow.

 

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Mature buck on his feet during daylight hours

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What's the first rule of deer management? To find out what that rule is and how to get bigger bucks on the property you hunt, click HERE.

 

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Hunter in a tree stand near thinned pines

Tip of the Week:

Easy food plots in thinned pine plantations: plant forage soybeans in a row where the pines have been thinned, skip two rows for cover and then plant another row with beans. Then overseed the beans with Eagle Seed Broadside about 45 to 60 days before the average first frost during the fall.

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