Top turkey hunting in Texas and hunting help? When fall weather is consistently warm, finding an area where temperatures are just a few degrees cooler be all that’s needed to get on an active buck. If you hunt hilly or mountainous terrain, focus your efforts on shaded north slopes, which offer deer both lower temperatures and cooling breezes that keep insects at bay. Moreover, in the wake of dry summer conditions, mast trees on north slopes tend to bear more and better fruit. If your hunting grounds are chalkboard-flat, on the other hand, concentrate on areas where a dense canopy of mature trees provides plenty of shade.
Hotspots: When winter gets serious, snow depths are lower and ambient temperatures higher on south-facing slopes, making them preferred bedding areas. Look for low-growing browse nearby. Likewise, low swamps and marshes provide relief from frigid winds. Also focus on young clear-cuts and grainfields because winter deer will build their existence around these food sources. The closer the grub is to bedding cover, the better. Hunt Plan: Watch the Weather Channel on a daily basis, and be sure to get into the woods ahead of any approaching storms or fronts. Set up on the hottest winter food sources, especially near good bedding and security cover, and hunt in the afternoon, as your chances of beating a buck back to his bed at this time of year are slim.
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Grant Olson, Whitetail Properties: The number-one scouting error is putting too much pressure on deer too early. Guys push in too hard and too quick now. I’m a huge proponent of sitting back and watching things. When you do go in, pick the right day. Lots of people get out on weekends. If you can check mid-day during the middle of the week or on a rainy day, slip in and get it done. It only takes a few encounters with mature whitetails to have an effect. They’ll still be there, but they will change their habits. Also, people often wait too long to hang a stand or trim shooting lanes. If you see something now that needs to be trimmed, by all means trim it now. Don’t wait until the last minute.
Since 1847 my Family has raised cattle and hunted on this Ranch. Through years of management practices, we produce Trophy wild game. We offer 5 star Meals & Lodging and can accommodate large groups of hunters or an all exclusive hunt. Our Ranch is free-range hunting with no high fences. We offer Full & Semi-Guided hunts. We can put you in a blind in front of a feeder or do a spot & stalk. We offer Deer, Axis, Turkey, Dove, Ram, Hog, and Predator hunting. See additional information at 5 Star Texas Hunting Ranch.