Midwest Whitetail Daily - Bill Winke
Winke Day 4: Small Plot Success
Season 2, Episode 35 • 11m
Small plots tucked away in the timber have been the key to daylight movement in early October. Bill heads to the "Plow Down Plot," which is on the edge of what he thinks is the "Bladed 10's" range. He also gives tips for bowhunting from box blinds, and gets a chance at a nice, mature doe.
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