WeHuntSC.com Blog | Food Plot Update - December

WeHuntSC.com Blog

rss

Blog Entries from the WeHuntSC.com blogging crew


Food Plot Update - December
   WeHuntSC.com - Tecomate Seed Food Plot Journey
  Tecomate Seed Food Plot Journey

If you've been around long enough (or checked out the Food Plot Journey blog series) then you know that we've been busy for the last year installing, messing up, making, working on, and learning about food plots.  I have been the quintessential guinea pig blogging about what we've been doing along the way and we are nearing the end of the journey for this year.

As you have seen, we've been highly documenting the power line food where we put Tecomate's Max Attract and Ultra Forage.  We used the GroundHog MAX and a tractor to get the ground ready and the plot has done well.  You may have also seen the epic "Hunt of 1,000 What-Ifs" that took place in the power line food plot.  When we walk through the plot now the plants are over our ankles and are up to our calves in many locations.  Needless to say, this plot has done well.

I will say that early in the season we didn't see a lot of action in the power line food plot.  Though as it has gotten colder and the deer's food sources have been lessening, we've been seeing a lot more deer passing through and browsing as they walk.  For this reason I think fall food plots can prove crucial to bring deer in front of you as deer hunting season nears its end.

Below are some updated pics from the power line plot to give you visuals for what it looks like at this point in the season.

WeHuntSC.com - Tecomate Seed Max Attract Power line Plot

You can see where we mixed the Max Attract & Ultra Forage in the power line plot

WeHuntSC.com - Tecomate Seed Max Attract Power line Plot

The Ultra Forage is the broad leaves and the Max Attract are the tall skinny blades

WeHuntSC.com - Tecomate Seed Max Attract Power line Plot

Which side of the power line would you go to if you were a deer?

WeHuntSC.com - Tecomate Seed Max Attract Power line Plot

Looks like a deer or two may have laid down in this one!

As you know, we have also been working on other food plots in various locations that we planted a little later on, but have not been reporting as much via the blog because we were just repeating the same processes at each location.  The MAX Attract and Ultra Forage are both doing well at all of the different plots that we planted. From what I can tell, the MAX Attract seems to grow a little faster and taller than the Ultra Forage, but the Ultra Forage, when it grows, has very nice, green, broad leaves. Below are some pics from other plots that we planted.

WeHuntSC.com - Tecomate Seed Max Attract Plot

WeHuntSC.com - Tecomate Seed Ultra Forage

WeHuntSC.com - Tecomate Seed Ultra Forage

WeHuntSC.com - Tecomate Seed Max Attract

The green in the midst of the brown and grey looks really good!

WeHuntSC.com - Tecomate Seed Max Attract

WeHuntSC.com - Tecomate Seed Max Attract as high as a Bojangles Cup

From the deer we've been seeing in these plots I can tell you that we'll definitely be trying to plant fall food plots again next year! These fall plots give the deer something to eat (and a healthy product at that) when their food sources lessen in nature.  Hopefully this will help hold deer in our area and give them the nutrients they need to stay healthy year round. 

Regards,

Clint
 




Comments are closed.
Showing 0 Comment


DNN Platform Hosted by  

Picking up Mercurial Superfly Cheap and Pink And Purple Mercurials,here you go.