I'm currently living in Fort Wayne, but I mostly hunt in the Avilla/LaOtto area in Noble County. I've done some hunting in Huntington and Mongo, but due to those areas being public hunting grounds, I've mostly only found a bunch of Rambo's running around in those places.
I have free roam of about 180 acres in Avilla that I enjoy hunting during bow season as well as shotgun. I've noticed that a majority of the bucks there are nocturnal, with the exception of the 9 pointer that my cousin bagged last year. We see does and fawns on a regular basis, but we still haven't found the trick to seeing bucks in the morning or evening.
We have a nice creek that runs through the entire woods, alotta vegetation in the woods and the woods has corn planted on the one side and alfalfa on another.
Any tips/suggestions on how to approach this years season???
Thanks in advance!