Article by: Beau Martonik
Hunting large tracts of timber in a big woods setting that you typically find on public hunting grounds in the East and Midwest can be difficult to figure out deer movement. There aren’t any food plots or crop fields to key on and funnel the deer movement. Instead, topography and differences in vegetation tend to dictate how the deer are using this land. While I like to scout as much as possible, life doesn’t always allow for us to spend as much time out there as we’d like. That’s where trail cameras come into play to keep an eye on the woods while I’m working for corporate America.
Read about how to utilize trail cameras on scrapes to find public land whitetails below!