So far this year spring has blown in like a summer breeze for most. Never the less now is the perfect time to begin putting in your food plots. Whether you going all out on a large food plot or just putting in a small hunt plot for your honey hole be sure to get it done. My food plot below has already come in strong and even looks better than it did last year.
The clover and chickory are growing rapidly with the oats and rye not far behind
Since spring did come so early for most of us I did put in a couple hunt plots about a month ago. Basically I bought a bag of no-till seed, grabbed my rake and hit the woods. The two hunt plots I pug in are circular with abouf a 20 yard diameter, and both have taken off greatly with the nice temps and plenty of rain.
Here is one of two I put at Thor’s spot. As some of you know I had two close encounters with him just couldn’t seal the deal. Well this year I’m hoping the hunt plots will pull him into bow range. Here he is if you don’t know him.
Talk about a nice buck, I ‘ll tell you what this guy was responsible for a lot of sleepness nights. That is why I went to the extra effort of putting in two plots, I need all the help I can get. Here’s hunt plot #2.
Hunt plots can be very benefical to the deer and especially you during hunting season. They are great for areas where you just can’t get any equipment there. Here’s an example of another one at a different property.
I used some different varities of Antler King seeds in this one and they are doing wonderfully. Once my plots reached a few inches I sprayed them with Antler King’s Jolt fertilizer and they have been doing great ever since. I can tell you this as well if didn’t take the deer long to figure out what the stuff was. If you’re lookin for a little something to give your property a big boost then a food plot of some sort might be right for you. Happy hunting everyone