By John E. Phillips
USA -(AmmoLand.com)- You must remove all bait and deer attractant from the property where you’ll hunt deer in many states at least 10 days before hunting season starts. (Be sure to carefully check the regulations regarding baiting deer and using deer attractants in the state where you hunt.)
Many hunters recommend removing all feed or attractants 15 – 20 days before the beginning of hunting season, so as not to have any problems with game officials. You still can leave your trail cameras out once the season starts to see if the same deer will walk the same routes they’ve used when you’ve baited them, or where you’ve used attractant in months past. By putting-out bait or attractants before the season and placing your cameras close to those places, there’s a very-good chance the deer will walk the same routes they’ve used as they’ve come to the bait or the attractants.
If you remove your bait or attractants well ahead of deer season but leave your cameras out, your cameras will let you know what’s happening. Some trail cameras feed …Read the Rest