Join us as we create and maintain various food plots on our leases to both lure deer into range of arrows and cameras but to also aid in providing the deer with needed nutrition they need for sustained herd growth.
Join us as we take a look at what it takes to create and maintain a variety of food plots aimed at both luring deer within range of an arrow and camera lens but also to help with nutrition of our deer herd.
Food Plot Prep 2015
Clearing off the food plot for some Frost Seed Clove. We will be out in a week or two do get the seed and pre-emergent on the ground.
Clearing off the 2nd of three small food plots we have on our wooded lease.
The Hot Corner Frost See Clover Plot. 4 weeks after planting.
Honey Hole Frost Seed Clover Plot 4 weeks after planting.
The Point Front See Clover Plot 3 weeks after planting.
We have been looking at a creek bottom for years as a place that would be perfect to intercept a cruising buck during the rut as well as to possible take an early and late season doe. The grass was very high and created a great bedding area for the deer. So we decided to clear out an acres worth of a 15 acre bedding areas and put in a Triple Forage Turnip Plot. Can’t waiting to get this stuff in the ground.
Just a look at what we had to do to clear out for this plot. We took out the string trimmers out and vegitation killer and cleared out this piece of ground.
The Downtown Triple Forage Turnip Plot after 3 weeks. Time to spay the plot with Trophy Hunting Products Rack Vantage Food Plot Enhancer.
Starting to get some weeks in your clover? Don’t worry about! Just grab your string trimmer, cut the plot down to about 5 inches and spray it with Trophy Hunting Products Rack Vantage Food Plot Enhancer. The clover with choke out everything else once it starts to fill in. The deer will also thank you for because the new growth will be much sweeter tasting to them.
Don’t forget your Leg Up liquid fertilizer and another round of Trophy Hunting Products Rack Vantage and just see what the results can look like. This is just after 9 weeks!!
Doe in the Triple Forage Turnips during the first hunt of the year.
A few little guys checking out the Frost See Clover
I just wanted to share with everyone how we started, maintained and ended the story on the triple forage food plot. One Doe down and hopefully more to come.