Follow these tips to make sure the last of your tags aren’t wasted
I have been fortunate to hunt and talk with lots of whitetail enthusiasts over the years. As the end of November approaches, there is a universal sense of urgency that hits almost everyone. The thought that the season is plowing into its last weeks is on the minds of many, especially if you have not filled your tags.
To be successful in the latter part of the season means that there is a good chance that you will have to change your tactics and approach. We, as humans, act differently throughout the different parts of the year. Deer are no different. They have predictable cycles that they move through and the better we know their habits, the more likely we are to put ourselves in a position to be successful.
We are taught by others as we learn. I know when I was learning how to pursue whitetails I heard time-and-time-again not to set up too close to a known bedding or loafing area. The idea is to ambush and setup on a deer’s travel routes. Magazines, television shows and numerous other authorities on deer hunting will tell you the same thing: find where they are sleeping, find where they are eating and setup somewhere in between.
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