Texas High Fence

Many think high fence is fish in a barrel, but they have not hunted inside a fence.  These deer dont have the option to leave, and by default they are forced to learn every inch of the ground.  Bump these deer on your way in and they may lay low till well after dark.  You need a plan. If we know where the deer bed we can make these plans.…

Northern US Flat Topography

Prevailing winds, thermal currents and the view afforded by changes in elevation can dictate where the local deer herd spends its time.  Your neighborhood offers very little visible topography.  Moving about the property is easier in flatter areas, and influencing where deer bed requires less work.  Know that any flat humps of dry land for deer that have some form of side and back cover will may be attractive for…

Eastern US Topography Deer Plans

One real challenge of a property with lots of elevation change is defeating the eyes of bedded deer as we approach evening stands.  Deer prefer to bed on the leeward side of this topography, meaning as we walk with our face into the wind, they are up above us on a bench looking down.  If they see us heading to a food plot or deer stand, they often slip back…

Mid Grade Topography – Tops and Bottoms

One real challenge of a property with lots of elevation change is defeating the eyes of bedded deer as we approach evening stands.  Deer prefer to bed on the leeward side of this topography, meaning as we walk with our face into the wind, they are up above us on a bench looking down.  If they see us heading to a food plot or deer stand, they often slip back…

Heavy Topography, Tops and Bottoms

One real challenge of a property with lots of elevation change is defeating the eyes of bedded deer as we approach evening stands.  Deer prefer to bed on the leeward side of this topography, meaning as we walk with our face into the wind, they are up above us on a bench looking down.  If they see us heading to a food plot or deer stand, they often slip back…

Mixed Ag/Harwoods Property, Light Topography

Your Property falls into a mixed ag/hardwoods class.  Typically the deer numbers and age class are solid as they enjoy wonderful year round groceries. Bucks using topography to see/hear and smell danger. Lighter topography often means timber harvests have a heavy hand in preferred deer bedding.  Utilizing the 20 timber harvest application can sort out what influence the timber age will have on the area deer herd and how they…