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Get ready. 23. Never Wrap a Deer Carcass in Plastic Do not use plastic when transporting your deer from where you hunt to where you plan to butcher it. The material will prevent heat and moisture from escaping the carcass, which could lead to poor flavor and even spoiled meat. 24. Size a Buck’s Rack by Following His Trail on Snowy Days One way to tell if you’re following the track of a big buck is to see how much snow the buck’s antlers knock off when he walks under tree branches or through low brush.
Place one end of the stick on the last clear track you can identify so that it’s pointing in the direction you think the animal was traveling. Look for new tracks or flecks of blood at the other end. 114. Give Deer Time to Respond to Your Rattling Most bucks do not immediately charge toward the sound of two intruders battling in their territory. When rattling for whitetails, always wait, motionless, for at least thirty minutes after finishing an imitated fight sequence. Many hunters make the mistake of leaving the area in which they were calling too soon, before deer who may have heard the commotion have had time to respond.
Don’t Hang Your Stand Where You Find the Most Sign Areas chock-full of deer trails, droppings, rubs, and beds are not always the best places to hang your stand. The abundance of sign could mean that the area is being used as a sanctuary—a place where deer congregate before heading out to feed, or where they bed down during the middle of the day. Since deer spend a great deal of time in such places, they become very familiar with them and will be sensitive to unusual sounds, smells, and sights. It can be extremely difficult to camouflage your presence under such conditions.