Sat, Apr 09|
St Marys, PA, USA
Mountain Bucks Scouting Camp
The 1st Mountain Bucks Scouting Camp brought to you by Big Truck Farms will be packed full of information and real-world scouting to help you become a better big woods whitetail hunter.
Time & Location
Apr 09, 2022, 8:00 AM – Apr 10, 2022, 1:00 PM
St Marys, PA, USA
About the event
This 2-Day camp will be hosted at a beautiful lodge on 7,200 acres of big woods, Appalachian Mountain country. This class will be a mixture of classroom and in-the-field scouting to help you locate more bucks and create a game plan to increase your success rate. Join Beau Martonik and other seasoned big woods hunters in an interactive event. Topics will include map reading, e-scouting, buck bedding, food source identification, seasonal scouting, trail camera strategies, wind/thermal demonstrations, creating formal plans, and much more. Our goal is to give you the knowledge and confidence to make your opportunities.
You will get your hands on gear and learn how to use it. We will have a saddle hunting set up with the guys from Tethrd to give a try on your own. There will be exclusive deals available for attendees, including free annual membership to Spartan Forge and more TBD.
- Snacks and water will be provided
- We will have a break for lunch, but you will be responsible for bringing your lunch.
- Lodging will not be provided. Lodging options will be sent out to attendees.
- Please wear rugged (hiking type) attire. Be ready to do a fair amount of hiking in some steep terrain.
- Registration will only remain open for the first 20 attendees.
- The exact location will be provided to attendees
- Please reach out to email@example.com with any questions.
Early Bird Special$275.00Sold Out
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Jeff H, Pennsylvania
"I was fortunate to be part of the first Mountain Buck scouting camp. I wanted to reach out and say thank you. The camp challenged me to work harder and get out of my comfort zone. When I lost my hunting spot I had hunted my entire life. I started to utilize a lot of techniques we spoke about at the camp.
The season provided many challenges. Hard days without seeing deer. Mistakes made while learning to saddle hunt. In the end, I was able utilize the skills and technology discussed to find success.
While I would love to be at the next camp. I don’t want to take a spot from someone else and deny their chance to experience the camp. It will likely change their approach as it did mine."