Laying Hunting Property Framework with Food Plots

Show Notes

Sticking with the private land property design series, this week’s episode Mitch talks about the importance of food; specifically, food plots. Food plots are one of the most talked about topics in the hunting industry which can become repetitive and boring. But the fact is, if you have private hunting land, they are EXTREMELY important. Picking up where we left off with the foundation of property access, the next most important piece is implementing food plot programs that work all season long. Too often, landowners believe food plot programs cannot have a major impact to the local herd and their hunting encounters. This could not be further from the truth – even on micro sized parcels of 10 acres or less! The key is proper placement, species, coupled with excellent access and hunting strategy. As the season comes to an end, now is the best time for planning new plots or changing old plot programs. That is because your experiences of last hunting season are fresh in your mind, and in-depth post-season scouting can guide your plot lay out and design. Start scouting and planning now! Pennsylvania Woodsman is Powered by Simplecast