Public land hunting is the norm for people across the country, but perfecting the approach can mean the difference between a successful trip and a bad trip.
Public land bucks often are tougher to pattern and hunt due to the pressure on the land, but some hunters achieve annual success through hard work, woodsmanship and a bit of luck.
On this week’s Deer & Deer Hunting TV, airing Tuesday on NBC Sports, industry experts offer their advice on the best way to approach hunting on public land.
On this week’s episode, Deer & Deer Hunting TV investigates the realities of hunting on public land. Few are aware of – and even fewer use – the unique set of skills required to be successful on public land. Viewers can tune in to learn the tactics that will allow them to become one of those few.
Hunting public land can be a frustrating endeavor. In a perfect world, hunters wouldn’t see another hunter while in the woods, allowing them to focus solely on spotting and tagging that mature buck. Every piece of public land is different so learning to read the terrain and adapt to hunting pressure is essential to success. The experts at Deer & Deer Hunting TV will teach you how to read the signs and show you what it takes to have success on public land.
Get an edge in public land by tuning in to Deer & Deer Hunting TV. The show airs on NBC Sports tonight at 9:30 p.m EDT/8:30 p.m. CT.
From the publishers of Deer & Deer Hunting magazine, Deer & Deer Hunting TV launched in July 2005 and is one of the most popular and respected shows. D&DH TV is a departure from most as it showcases deer hunting strategy, equipment and trends that will entertain while making viewers better hunters, no matter the skill level.
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