When creating better deer hunting habitat we all wonder...will deer eat this? In this video, 3 experts show us how to identify native plants. Then Grant explains the ones that deer love to eat. If you are a deer hunter wanting to create better native vegetation for healthier deer and more abundant wildlife, watch this video! The experts explore the bounty of native plants restored through prescribed fire.
2019 is the Drury Outdoors’ 30th anniversary and They Couldn’t
Have Made it This Far Without You, the Viewers!
To say “Thank you!” the Drury's purchased a 60-acre farm in northern Missouri, planted food plots, identified stand locations, and plan to hand over the title to one lucky winner in January 2020.
But what about the rest of 2019?
Tyler has a great encounter with a LOT of inches of antler during rifle season. Watch this very exciting hunt and the lessons learned. (00:01 - 07:28) Grant explains a hunting strategy that can yield interesting results! (07:29 - 09:00) Plus, see the details on a late season hunting tip for targeting deer seeking energy rich food sources! (09:01 -16:56)
For deer hunters, “the rut” is a magical time that elicits images of broad-shouldered bucks with swollen necks fighting for dominance and chasing does with abandon. It’s portrayed in TV shows as a time of all-day action, with bucks that were shy and wary suddenly abandoning that caution and becoming easy targets for hunters.
With favorable winds for deer hunting the team puts tags on a few does. Then Rae gets in the stand to hunt a buck that is on a pattern for white oak acorns. See the hunt where Rae gets that buck in range and down! (00:01 - 11:45) Stay tuned to the end for Grant's tips on reading fresh sign and hanging treestands. (11:46 - 16:17)
See one of the easiest ways to plant a fall food plot! (0:00:59) Plus: meet the newest member of the team (02:11) and get an update on the food plots that were planted earlier (03:27) and why Grant chose these food plot varieties. Then check out new patterns on a hit list buck, Louie (07:17).
Tagging a mature whitetail buck is the cumulation of hard work, perseverance, and a bit of luck. So why is it that what seems like a lifetime achievement for some hunters, is almost a yearly ritual for others? Two words: Scent Elimination.
Shed hunting is in full swing! Grant shares details on why bucks shed their antlers and where to hunt for them. (begins 03:33 )Then the team goes to Kansas to assist a land owner improve his property for better deer hunting. (begins 06:54) Plus, see the latest from the local deer co-op meeting. (begins 18:11) But first: updates on upcoming events with the GrowingDeer Team: Field Days and the NWTF convention. (0:01 - 02:54)