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The time of the year that we all dream about it here. Pre-rut activity is ramping up across the country. Even nonhunters like motorist take notice of this spike in activity. They notice certain areas in their commute that always have deer crossing the road. They may not refer to these areas as a bottleneck, but us hunters are aware of these funnels.
With deer on their feet and moving like crazy, it is imperative for hunters to spend their time hunting the pre-rut and using bottlenecks to their advantage. A few podcasts ago, we discussed how to identify bottlenecks. Now that we know they are significant especially during late October and early November, the question becomes, how do we make them better to bow hunt?
Not only do we want these areas to funnel deer, but we want them to funnel deer routinely and consistently. The most important factor in having successful bottlenecks is that highly desirable resources are on either side of that bottleneck. Without those present, the area will experience only limited traffic. In this podcast, we share our recommendations and techniques with you on how to create high-value resources to complement the bottleneck, ultimately producing Grand Central Station for whitetails on your property.
Be sure to head over to the hunting podcast for Part 2 of bottlenecks where we discuss the hunting strategy revolved around bottlenecks. Enjoy.Learn.Share! #ForLoveoftheLand
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