As much as we don’t want to admit it, deer season is in its last stages across much of the whitetails range. Congrats to those of you who have already tagged out. For those of us who haven’t, keep on pushing until the clock strikes midnight!
Late-season hunting takes more mental fortitude than any other part of the season. You have to battle the elements and trudge through the snow, all the while hunting highly pressured bucks. The most efficient and warm way to hunt late-season deer is with trail cameras. Late-season success is often the result of finding the food, identifying a pattern, and laying out a solid hunting approach.
In this short video, I explain where your trail cameras need to be set-up to help you put some meat in the freezer.