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where is the best place to set up a ground blind for mid to late season deer hunting?

Question by ethan. Uploaded on November 20, 2009

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from bjohnston wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

After the rut I hunt the relevant food sources. Crop fields that have been picked are usually a wast of time. Set your blind between bedding and things like mast crops.

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from RichardF wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

along a fence crossing between bedding grounds and an alfalfa field

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from buckboynick wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

during the rut i would place a blind somewhere on a very small hill to look around you or place it facing where you know deer trails are.

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from steve182 wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

off the beaten path, near some cover away from the hunting pressure.

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from BioGuy wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

Some kind of combo between bjohnston and steve182...after the rut, bucks are hungry, so food sources are a good place to find them...but they're still in "hunting mode" so the food sources "off the beaten path" will likely harbor some pretty good bucks. Good luck!

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from BioGuy wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

Some kind of combo between bjohnston and steve182...after the rut, bucks are hungry, so food sources are a good place to find them...but they're still in "hunting mode" so the food sources "off the beaten path" will likely harbor some pretty good bucks. Good luck!

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from bjohnston wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

After the rut I hunt the relevant food sources. Crop fields that have been picked are usually a wast of time. Set your blind between bedding and things like mast crops.

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from RichardF wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

along a fence crossing between bedding grounds and an alfalfa field

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from buckboynick wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

during the rut i would place a blind somewhere on a very small hill to look around you or place it facing where you know deer trails are.

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from steve182 wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

off the beaten path, near some cover away from the hunting pressure.

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