1. Form a Big-Buck Corridor
Mature bucks will ignore lots of natural travel corridors--small creeks, drainage ditches, saddles, or swales--if they lack cover. On your property, search for such potential funnels that lead from bedding to feeding areas or between doe bedding areas. Along them, plant two rows of small trees or bushes, about 6 to 12 feet apart. You want a wide-racked buck to be able to walk comfortably down the aisle as the plants grow.