Midwest Whitetail Daily - Mike Reed
Mike's Blog: Home Farm Scouting | Final Deer Season Preparations
Season 2, Episode 11 • 4m 13s
S2.E3. After much hard work in the summer heat, Mike Reid's home farm is finally ready for the upcoming season. He explains recent projects that have taken place on the farm and makes his prediction for a hopeful harvest out of "The Cherry Tree" stand, which sits above his new favorite food plot. With Cuddeback cameras now deployed, it's only a waiting game until the October 1 opener.
0:40 Reid starts out by finishing some of his food plots. The last of his Frigid Forage is in the ground.
1:45 He explains his thoughts on food plot designs and how he is using terrain features to maximize his odds of success.
3:45 He finishes up by talking about the cherry tree he'll be spending some time in this fall. It definitely looks like a great hunting spot. That droptine buck is a dandy.
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