In this new age of whitetail hunting, the scouting game largely revolves around a basic batch of tools and methods. Trail cameras, digital mapping applications on your phone, shed hunting and being able to observe deer movement throughout the entire year are all solid approaches, and all are helpful.
But what’s becoming a lost art is the ability to “once-over” a property and subsequently decide whether it’s worth hunting or not, based purely on the results of that speed-scouting. It takes a certain level of woodsmanship, knowledge of deer and simply knowing what to look for to speed-scout successfully.
You might be asking yourself what’s the...
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