November is a magical time to be in the whitetail woods in many parts of the US, but high winds and warm temperatures can make things difficult. Buckscore's wildlife biologist Jeremy Flinn, forms a game plan to harvest a mature deer on public land during these unseasonably warm temperatures...it's nice when a plan comes together! Meat In The Freezer...you won't want to miss the Episode 5 preview at the end! Visit buckscore.com!
In this 3rd Episode of Buckscore's "Public Pursuit" Wildlife Biologist Jeremy Flinn, talks about the causes of the October Lull and how you can prepare yourself for when the deer break out of the slump. See the Hit List for "Public Pursuit" going into the rut. The next Episode dives full steam into the rutting activity and see if Jeremy can close the deal on one of these mature public land bucks!
Buckscore's Wildlife Biologist, Jeremy Flinn, encounters a 5+ year old public land bruiser after seeing the buck using his Bushnell Trophy Cams. The season is looking good, and on the next show Jeremy finds out the bruiser he encountered is NOT the biggest buck in the area!
On the first episode of Buckscore's Public Pursuit, hunter and professional deer biologist Jeremy Flinn, scouts public land and talks about some of the current habitat management state's are doing to create better deer hunting. This episode will lead us into the hunting season where Jeremy begins to encounter some Public Land Hit List bucks. Stay tuned for episode 2!
Working as a deer biologist in the hunting industry I have access to a lot of private land. While in the industry I've become sick over some of the things going on. Lease prices over $25/acre! Climb in the stand...shove a product down your throat (rather than putting it to use correctly), and still manage to shoot a 150"+ every hunt.
That is not real hunting and any TRUE hunter knows this...So this entire season I am putting aside the private land I can hunt, and returning to my roots as a public land deer hunter. This is where I gained my passion for deer and drive to become a biologist. This deer season I will ONLY hunt public owned land, and will attempt to film every triumph, hiccup, and disappointment through the entire season. I will post my very "RAW" videos on Facebook and our YouTube channel for all to see.
I hope that you can take some of the tips I suggest and use them yourself whether hunting on private or public land. Hunting economically is not wrong, and I plan to show you my tips to save money and still hunt effectively. And maybe this deer biologist will manage to put some deer on the ground. I probably won't shoot the buck of a lifetime but any deer I harvest I will be satisfied I actually HUNTED it, rather than just shot it. The bottom line is I will learn a whole lot this year about deer and myself, and anyone with a deer license can go out and do exactly what I'm doing...the "Public Pursuit" of white-tailed deer.
I hope you guys will watch and ask questions over the next few months, this is not a PROTEST against Outdoor TV (there are plenty of great shows out there), but rather stripping deer hunting down to its original form...the Pursuit!