How To Hunt and Take Big Buck Deer on Small Properties
As I`ve been interviewing hunters from across the nation, I continue to hear the same story. You wont believe how small the property is where Im taking trophy bucks. With the price of deer leasing continuing to escalate and fewer large tracts of land available, hunters are leasing small tracts of land or gaining permission to hunt these small properties.
In this book, you`ll read about 14-different hunters who either have gained permission or leased properties as small as 6 acres to as much as 250 acres, and they consistently taken older-age-class bucks off these little lands.
When John and Jim Scott got pictures of a monstrous 10-point buck made from a surveillance camera at a suburban apartment complex, they immediately secured permission to hunt those 60 acres. John took a buck that scored in the 170s, and his twin brother, Jim, took a buck that scored over 160. Today they consistently take older-age-class bucks every year off this property and other small lands they hunt all over the nation. When we learned that big bucks live on small properties, Jim and I both changed the way we hunt, John Scott explains. Now, we focus all our time and energy hunting on and finding small properties.
Small tracts of land:
are easy to set-up trail cameras on, identify the bucks on these properties and make a hit list of bucks you want to take;
have little or no hunting pressure, and many hunters drive past them;
may home small patches of woods that are sanctuaries where big bucks concentrate during daylight hours;
may have the property around them intensively hunted, pushing big deer onto the small property; and
may be present but not visible on maps of public-hunting lands.
This book will teach you:
how to find and identify a small property that may hold trophy bucks;
how to get the landowners name of the small property;
how to use the boundary lines of adjacent properties to learn where big bucks are;
what to look for on small properties that cause that land to produce older-age-class bucks every year; and
how to find and take trophy bucks on small woodlots.
Thanks to some new types of maps available, often you can find the properties you want to hunt and then lease or obtain permission to hunt them without leaving home. If you`re tired of paying high prices to join leases where you see few if any older-age-class bucks, if you want to have small family hunting spots for you and your family members, and if you want to become a trophy deer hunter who consistently bags big bucks every season, How to Hunt and Take Big Buck Deer on Small Properties is a must read.
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