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In search of colors forgotten. The history of a machine for resuscitating canaries. In agricultural settings the average distance a buck moves during the daylight could be acres or less and in heavily wooded locations that area could still be less than acres of space.
I have followed particular mature bucks that rarely seemed to leave a acre patch of cover during the day, for what seemed like the bulk of the entire hunting season. Trail cameras spook deer: People spook deer, not trail cameras. Placing black out cameras at head level or higher and only accessing them during the hunting season when you hunt, is a great start! However, even if there is some risk that could be assumed by using a trail camera, the rewards far outway any potential concerns.
I stated earlier that I love it when my neighbors use ATVs, in particular within an area that holds some monster bucks! Cover is critical, but cover without quality food is dead.
Every acre of cover needs to be supported by a certain amount of quality food. Quality food determines where an entire deer herd will feed predictably every single day. No food, no predictable deer movement to hunt. This one will ruffle some feathers, for sure. However, for hunting purposes it is very easy if you know the local antler range, to place bucks into categories of 1. Are antlers perfect for age?
Cull bucks are real: This is also the myth that jumped out of the TV screen today, while relaxing during the afternoon. Which is your favorite deer hunting myth? And, spend more time patrolling it. The data says otherwise. The smallest home range 60 to 90 acres were held by yearling bucks.
Deer have significant roles in the mythology of various peoples located all over the world. Contents. 1 Buddhism; 2 Celtic; 3 European folklore; 4 Egypt. There are myths out there in every facet of the world. And the deer hunting realm is no exception. The number of myths out there are many.
The largest home range covered and acres and were established by…yearling bucks. In fact, the opposite is true.
Again, multiple studies using GPS-collared whitetails have thoroughly debunked this myth. Deer movement—virtually across the board—steadily and reliably increases throughout the month of October. There is no lull. This is a tough one.
There is, indeed, research that indicates deer movement does increase during periods of temperature change. But, overall, weather does not play a significant long-term role in overall movement patterns.
Deer will be most active in these time periods. In other words, while you may see increased levels of movement during those prime hours on days when temperatures drop significantly, the greatest movement will still happen at dawn and dusk. I heard this repeated often as a kid: You want to sit all day on the opener because all those hunters out and about will have deer up and moving. That may be the case if a hunter happens to bump a deer from its bed.
That study showed that after just 12 hours of hunting pressure, bucks were a whopping 50 percent less likely to move in daylight hours in an area where they had felt any hunting pressure.
Interestingly, the study found almost no impact on the movement patterns of does during periods of rain. But bucks moved considerably less. This is another myth that while, technically untrue, might be accurate in some ways.