Muleys are hard to pattern, unlike WT's and will stay in a certain area for a few days or weeks and then move on, sometimes they come back and other times they don't for a long time. The best time to hunt Muley bucks is during the rut. Bucks will travel along ways looking for receptive does. When the rut is hot, I like to get up high, where I can see a lot of country and glass. If you're patient and willing to stay at it, big bucks can be seen. Once spotted, you can try to stalk them. It works really well if you have a partner to keep their eye on the buck, while the other hunter stalks. You can communicate through hand signals, as to where he should go to get closer. Most of the time, muleys are in rough, broken country and you have to get into draws to stay out of their sight, so the partner really can help. One of my friends who live in KS, kills some big muleys in western KS.
Now in pappenz case, I am green and haven't hunted them in that kind of flat country. You might be able to pattern them.
Every year my Pro-Staff and I head to the woods to hunt the old wise Tom. We travel thousands of miles covering numerous states hunting these old guys. Lots of times we end up hunting public lands or private property that have been hunted already. That’s the last thing you want to hear when you just traveled 6 hours that someone else has already hunted the property. We had to come up with a game plan and one real fast.
The first thing we did was ask the farmer were they usually see the birds in...