Midwest Whitetail Daily - Bill Winke
Winke's Blog: Velvet Scouting Day 12
Season 3, Episode 12 • 9m 36s
Bill heads back to the same place where they filmed a big 10 pointer on August 6, hoping to find some additional mature bucks. He is surprised when the same giant ten pointer steps out nearly an hour and a half before last light. Along the way, Bill discusses the acorn crop and stops to look at a small plot to demonstrate the advantages of no-till planting with the RTP Genesis.
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Winke's Blog: Velvet Scouting Day 13
Bill heads back up the valley south of his house one last time hoping to film the Lone Oak Buck. Along the way, he stops to talk about how to use creeks and ditches to access stands and blinds.
Winke's Blog: Velvet Scouting Day 14
As Bill nears the end of his summer scouting, he returns to the big plot where he saw two really good bucks a week earlier, hoping to film them this time.
Winke's Blog: Velvet Scouting Day 15
For his last summer scouting trip, Bill heads to another of his favorite spots on the farm, a ridge he calls "Old Reliable". Along the way, he talks about the difference between a buck's summer and fall range, and how he finds their fall ranges.