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Deer Hunting Tip: How To Speed Scout for Whitetail

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August 30, 2011

Deer Hunting Tip: How To Speed Scout for Whitetail

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When scouting during the rut speed is an essential element of success. Use your vehicle or an ATV to stay on top of rubs, scrapes, tracks and fresh signs.

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from XPY wrote 2 years 33 weeks ago

Not very environmentally friendly

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from WesMcCormick wrote 2 years 33 weeks ago

Wouldn't work in my part of the country, but a good tip for others.

Scott I have a question....How can you decipher rubs that were made to shed velvet, and ones made for marking territory?

And also is there a proper way to execute a rattling sequence with your grunt call mixed in?
Never tried rattling before but due to high numbers of bucks on my camera, i think it might have some good success

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from Walt Smith wrote 2 years 33 weeks ago

I'd rather hunt during the rut, time for scouting is LONG GONE!!

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from NHshtr wrote 2 years 33 weeks ago

For my hunting area, it's difficult to drive between trees in the forest - no roads, no fields.

But during mid-day, carrying a gun of course, I'll drift around looking for fresh sign that may mean a buck coming by later in the day. But I wouldn't call it "speed scouting"!

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from WesMcCormick wrote 2 years 33 weeks ago

Wouldn't work in my part of the country, but a good tip for others.

Scott I have a question....How can you decipher rubs that were made to shed velvet, and ones made for marking territory?

And also is there a proper way to execute a rattling sequence with your grunt call mixed in?
Never tried rattling before but due to high numbers of bucks on my camera, i think it might have some good success

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from Walt Smith wrote 2 years 33 weeks ago

I'd rather hunt during the rut, time for scouting is LONG GONE!!

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from NHshtr wrote 2 years 33 weeks ago

For my hunting area, it's difficult to drive between trees in the forest - no roads, no fields.

But during mid-day, carrying a gun of course, I'll drift around looking for fresh sign that may mean a buck coming by later in the day. But I wouldn't call it "speed scouting"!

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from XPY wrote 2 years 33 weeks ago

Not very environmentally friendly

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