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Jared and Mike finally get a chance to dive deep into the property to shed hunt and scout. Learning the lay of the land and seeing the bedding areas will hopefully increase the odds this fall. It's a productive day and stumbling on a few sheds is a nice bonus.
Jared & Drake deploy a Hot Zone Fence around the soybeans to make sure they can grow. Although the hunting one this farm was good without food, it will be interesting to see how the overall dynamic will change with having a quality food source this year.
After moving two hours away from the new farm, Jared makes a day of projects getting ready for the season. He starts a simple food plot in a great spot, checks cameras, and gets out for a quick evening of filming velvet.
Jared heads to a property that he recently received permission to hunt this upcoming fall. After deploying multiple cameras and mock scrapes, he explains the surprise he received after checking cards for the first time.
Jared's Blog: First Hitlist Buck, Possible EHD Find
Jared continues to get photos of the old ten point that he knows on the new permission farm and names his first hitlist buck "Ryno". He also investigates a possible EHD deer and plants Autumn Quick Plot as the final food plot of the year.
Jared's Blog: Pre-Season Scouting, Opening Day Eve
With cool temperatures, Jared decides to do some long distance scouting near a freshly cut cornfield. Plenty of deer movement creates even more excitement for the first week of the season. Good luck to everyone beginning their 2018 season!
In his quest to find a mature buck in brand new areas, Jared tries out another new property with great weather conditions. Despite not being able to hang where he wanted to, the deer movement is great and Jared is able to fill another tag.
Jared's Blog: When it Rains it Pours - Flooded Farms
Jared makes the drive to yet another new piece only to find that it is also flooded. He takes the opportunity to look around and put up a couple cameras in hopes of eventually learning more about the potential of the property.
With a tough start to the season due to moving and losing access to hunting properties, Jared is excited about gaining permission on a new piece. This will be a "project farm" and Jared will share the story of learning how to hunt it, as well as the steps they take to turn it from a cattle farm ...
Jared heads in to a big cornfield that has been producing a lot of deer. Not able to get into the tree he wants, he ends up setting up on the ground for the evening. The deer movement is really good, and a couple solid bucks show up before dark.
Jared does a hang and hunt on a secluded field, hoping to not battle swirling winds. While checking cameras earlier in the day, Jared finds a few different mature bucks, including a good one that already broke his G3.
After a near two month absence from his farm, Jared finally gets a chance to go hunt it now that the flood waters have receded. With no trail cameras, the goal is to find out if the deer have moved back in, and what areas they are using.
With high winds, Jared decided it would be a good opportunity to head back to the project farm and get some work done. He hangs the first stands on the property and also checks the Cuddebacks, revealing some good bucks using the property.
Jared hunts his farm for the second time this year. He and Mike pull cameras and discover a good buck that looks familiar. However, the two can't decide which buck it is! Let us know what you think, JJ or Marino?