street28ss wrote:Regardless of location, deer need to feed, breed and bed in secure locations. Now the question is how to figure them out based on those. During shooting times, bucks will spend the majority of their time in their bed. Assuming this is true, it seems only natural that we should hunt them near the bedding.
Totally agree with this. Where I hunted in North GA, there are water and food sources everywhere. Bedding is the best chance you have and even then there are multiple bedding areas. Throw on top of this that most areas are so thick you are lucky to have more than a 15 yard window to shoot and it is tough hunting. I have been scouting much more aggressively this year to start the season and it is starting to help me put the puzzle pieces together.