Its mid-July and hot and muggy with storms is the estimate for the following 3-4 weeks it appears. For a portion of the chasing scene the cool temps of fall and viewing the dawn from 20 feet up is just a passing thought while in transit to the shoreline. For others the season never closes and mid-July implies trail cameras and velvet film regardless of how hot and sticky it gets. We have been observing trail cameras for as far back as couple of weeks and the previous evening I had the chance to sit on a field and watch the velvet heap into the field for the night feast. Trail cameras can inform you a great deal regarding deer developments and propensities. Couple that with field recon and you can rapidly put the bits of the late spring whitetail bewilder together. While this won’t help you a whole lot later in the fall, you can never have enough data about the whitetail woods.
In the wake of going over the trail camera photographs from the previous week I saw a tall racked 8 point in a portion of the photographs who we nicknamed Tight 8. I trust the deer is approximately 3 ½ years old and I wouldn’t see any problems with seeing him make it at any rate another season; notwithstanding he caught my eye. The previous evening on the field he rapidly drew my consideration when he entered the field from the far corner around 200 yards down from one of our cameras. As he worked his way down the field edge and past the camera, I could outwardly affirm what this deer does on an ordinary premise. I expected by then that he should live/bed in the thick obvious around 300 yards off that side of the top rated trail cameras.
I did not contemplate it, until at the beginning of today. While looking at the Trail Camera Gallery at the beginning of today, I saw the “Tight 8” advancing back towards the most distant corner of the field at around 4am early today. Presently it appears to be much more probable that this specific buck lives and beds back off that side of the field and undoubtedly in that obvious. With the trail camera photographs of the buck utilizing the field edge in the nights strolling from that end of the field and really watching the buck rise up out of the corner trail with my own particular eyes, I have some entirely strong pieces of information where he inhabits slightest amid the mid year. Add to that, the way that I now have photographs of him made a beeline for that corner at a young hour in the morning and it appears to be likely this is his favored place this season of year. This is only one case of how trail cameras and watching a field from a separation amid the late spring months can give you an awesome beginning stage when fall moves around.
Additionally amid this excursion I viewed an amazing 11 point enters the field from a trail that we presently cannot seem to screen. I have a thought of where he may have originated from, however now I just have his passageway into the field yesterday for data. I likewise trust we have his left shed from this past fall, in light of his particular G3. Guesstimating by a year age’s shed and what I saw yesterday I would state we were viewing a strong 140 class buck. This is extraordinary data to bring to the forested areas with you as it disposes of a portion of the brief moment estimate speculating that is vital while dealing with the ranch for develop bucks.