hunting strategy

Velvet ears

10 pointer
Nov 6, 2013
1,095
West KY
What about between the orange and yellow along the property line? That bluff creates a pinch point and the woods creates the cover for the funnel. I think the most of your deer are going off to the woods on the right of picture. Unless you have a good food source in your woods or fields, you are just getting the wonderers and chasers. It's hard to tell just from a aerial without seeing it in person and getting the whole idea of their routine movements.
 

bird whisperer

12 pointer
Aug 16, 2012
3,280
Hog Town USA
I would try putting up two popup blinds about 85 yards from the timbers edge where I could see into the woods. Put a buddy heater in each and hunt dry and warm. I put a red dot for each blind.
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bgkyarcher

12 pointer
Aug 23, 2011
20,395
BG
What about between the orange and yellow along the property line? That bluff creates a pinch point and the woods creates the cover for the funnel. I think the most of your deer are going off to the woods on the right of picture. Unless you have a good food source in your woods or fields, you are just getting the wonderers and chasers. It's hard to tell just from a aerial without seeing it in person and getting the whole idea of their routine movements.
If they travel through there, they will be in the bottom where I’ve been.
 

baknblack

12 pointer
Jan 30, 2014
2,435
Henry County
Couldn’t see 20 yards. It is thick, and tapers off. The woods were logged 20 years ago. Full of undergrowth and saplings.
Sounds very similar to my place. I need a blind that floats over the thick stuff so I can see in it. Too much of it to see it all. Helicopter would be a bit noisy.
 


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