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Drake's Blog | 180-Inch Buck Returns | Food Plot Setup
S2.E1. Drake starts the 2020 deer season by finding and filming his No. 1 target buck from 2019. He also shows us his food plot setups on the home farm and discusses how he hopes to catch up with the buck this fall.
1:00 Lamb begins by talking about a couple of target bucks.
Drake's Blog | Biggest Buck Ever | Whitetail Taxidermy Pickup
S2.E2. Here we take an inside look while Drake Lamb picks up his 2019 Iowa giant from the taxidermist. This is a deer that he chased the majority of 2019. He was able to end the story on December 29 during Iowa's late muzzleloader season.
0:10 We enjoy a flashback from Lamb's big day in the Iowa...
Drake's Blog: Taking Buck Inventory | Farm Updates and a Poor Man's Scrape Tree
S1.E3. Drake Lamb gives us an update on the Town Farm and what bucks are showing up on trail cameras. He creates a poor man's scrape tree in the middle of a secluded field and food plot. He hopes to draw deer into bow range.
He also updates us on the CRP farm. His Cuddeback's show that the bucks...
Drake's Blog: Treestand Placement Tips | Setting Up the Creek Bottom Farm
After a filled buck tag and a season of learning the property, Drake Lamb heads out to strategically hang some treestands on the "Creek Bottom Farm." One stand is primarily for cruising bucks during the rut. The other is for an observation stand to gather more information about the deer movement....
Drake's Blog: Opening Day of Deer Season in Iowa | Two Early Season Giants
Opening day has finally arrived and Drake Lamb heads to the CRP farm for an observation hunt. He takes us on a recovery of an absolute Iowa giant that his buddy Justin and younger sister harvested during Iowa's youth season. We also take a quick look at Josh Spark's opening-day bruiser.
Drake's Blog: A Morning Hang and Hunt | Pre-Rut Whitetail Action
Drake Lamb hunts the "Tall 9" on the Creek Bottom Farm, but plans to not return until November. After seeing some good bucks the night before in the ag fields, he hopes to catch these deer coming back to bed in the creek bottom. He also makes the decision to fill a doe tag rather than get blown a...
Drake's Blog: Rattling a Buck Right to the Tree | Calling to Pre-Rut Whitetails
With no mature bucks on camera, the guys believe it's only a matter of time before one shows up. Drake Lamb makes an aggressive move on the CRP farm, and hunts the edge of a bedding area. He does a light rattling sequence and has a great young buck walk right by the treestand.
Drake's Blog: A River Farm Stud | Tagged Out in Iowa
Drake decides to hunt the River Farm for the second time. With a high pressure system moving through Southern Iowa, it should be good. But the action is slow. Finally, a stud of a buck appears in the CRP.
0:30 Lamb recaps the hunt for his 2020 Iowa archery buck.
Drake's Blog: Three Days to Get It Done | Late-Season Deer Hunting in Iowa
Drake Lamb and Hunter head to the CRP Farm in hopes of catching up with one of four shooters. With three days left in the first half of archery season, the guys will be hunting hard to fill Hunter's first Iowa bow tag. Will they get it done before the shotgun season begins?
Drake's Blog: Calling to a Shooter Buck | Last Chance Deer Hunting
Drake Lamb and his friend, Hunter, head to the River Farm on the last day of the first archery split in Iowa. The guys have a heck of a morning hunt, seeing over 35 deer. However, they decide to move stands deeper in the timber for the evening sit and almost call a shooter into range.
Drake's Blog: Two Does Down | Hunting on Bill Winke's Old Farm
Drake Lamb makes a couple sits on Bill Winke's old farm to help manage the doe numbers. The first day, the guys encounter a really nice buck along with 25 other deer in the cut soybeans, but are unable to get a shot at a doe. The next day, he and Justin double from a Redneck blind in the Valley.