Well, I hope you have been feeding your deer since January. Even though some places I hunt are small (less than 50 acres), some are large like my other place Lottie Wildlife Protection Association that is 20,000 acres. […]
The Deer need your help this time of year.
Look around: There is no green except for food plots leftover from hunting season, and they are in need of fertilizer (nitrogen only lasts 90 days ). And The herd is coming off a harsh winter and rut, so they are run down. […]
Starting the back half of my six-day hunt at Giles Island, it rained all day. We got in a funnel stand at 3 pm due to a lightning delay. It was still raining the next day as we arrived at our climbing tree, and already there was a 17-inch, 3-yearr-old 8-pointer eating pecans in the road 80 yards ahead. […]
I just finished my first of two three-day bowhunts in a row at Giles Island, and it was awesome. The deer started chasing on Dec. 9, and we’ve been seeing chasing activity every day even in the terrible weather. […]
Every year I am amazed at how a deer seems to know what type of nutrition he needs at certain times of the year. It seems like flipping the light switch off: The deer just stopped eating rice bran and other high-protein feeds the first weekend of November from the Felicianas and north into Mississippi (Interestingly, it seems like the deer near the flooded river and south around Mount Pleasant and Baton Rouge are still eating the bran/protein). […]
Well, after a very good last couple of weeks of October, the deer movement has gone to close to non-existent. My hunting buddies from all over Louisiana and Mississippi and I were having great hunts from Oct.15 through around the first week of November, and all of a sudden it turned off like a light switch. […]